Capacity Building

Through workshops, field days and planting events we strengthen the capacity of local communities to respond to threats and improve the health of their land.

Building local capacity

Landholders can play a major role in ensuring that gliders remain a part of our landscape.

Since 2012, we have been mobilising Landcare Groups and local landholders to take part in coordinated pest control activities, and to restore habitat in priority areas.

We continue to build on this work by partnering with local community groups and government to run workshops, field days and planting events to promote a greater understanding of habitat management, integrated with best farm practice.

These include:

These activities help to increase the capacity of local landcare groups and property owners to respond to threats and to improve the health of their land.

Revegetation on private land as part of K2W project

Apply for a grant

Apply for funding to work on projects that help to protect our land and natural resources by reconnecting the landscape. Learn more about the funding opportunities we offer for community groups, landholders and cultural groups.

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Who's Living on my Land workshop

Who’s Living on My Land

Join your local ‘Who’s Living on My Land’ citizen science survey that uses infrared motion detection cameras to record the animals living on your property.

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Contact us

Email: mary@glideways.org.au
Phone: 0459 352 892

Be part of the solution

Everyone has something to contribute, from participating
in one of our citizen science projects, to protecting habitat on your farm.

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