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LANDCARE 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY:Sophie Taylor-Price, Landcare ambassador speaks during a Landcare 30th anniversary launch in Parkville, Melbourne, Friday, July 19, 2019. July 19, 2019 (AAP Image / NO ARCHIVING)

LANDCARE 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY:Sophie Taylor-Price, Landcare ambassador speaks during a Landcare 30th anniversary launch in Parkville, Melbourne, Friday, July 19, 2019. July 19, 2019 (AAP Image / NO ARCHIVING)

FED: Landcare celebrates 30th, looks to future

Saturday, July 20, 2019.


Landcare brought farmers and conservationists together 30 years ago - and now the movement is looking to attract new volunteers to help care for the environment.

Sophie Taylor-Price, whose grandfather Bob Hawke was instrumental as prime minister in making Landcare a national program, said its 30th anniversary was a moment to acknowledge its success.

"On this day, 30 years ago, my grandfather asked the community to join together in tackling environmental challenges," Ms Taylor-Price said.

Landcare had grown into a movement of more than 6000 groups and hundreds of thousands of volunteers across rural and urban Australia, she said.

The national not-for profit aims to help resolve environment issues and has helped establish projects including natural habitat restoration, helping enhance biodiversity and Australian food and farming systems.


SOURCE: AAP Newswire