Calendar 2018 – available free

The Upper Snowy Landcare Network (USLN) wish to congratulate all the participating primary schools, their art teachers and the talented students themselves for contributing masterpieces for the USLN 2018 calendar. For many years, under the original instigation of past USLN Chairwoman, Robin Sevenoaks, the USLN have enjoyed setting a theme […]

Monaro dieback planting done for 2017

Upper Snowy Landcare Network along with its many on-ground partners and collaborators such as Greening Australia, Monaro Native Tree Nursery, Cooma Correctional Centre and many others are brushing the soil from their gloves for 2017. This year saw five new 1 ha biodiversity plots planted down to a selection of […]

USL utilise drone to help survey tree dieback plots

Upper Snowy Landcare have moved into the new age by engaging a drone to help survey existing tree and shrub revegetation plots in the dieback region on the Monaro. Drone operator, Zachary Simpson, from ZRSPhotography ( has all the necessary tickets to operate his drones and obtains further approvals to […]

Greening Up the Monaro

To add to the scenic views along the Monaro Hwy just north of Bunyan is a new army of green tree guards nurturing yet another native plant revegetation plot. The new plot, installed by Sue and Steven Wallace, of more than 200 native trees and shrubs runs along the Monaro […]

Dieback Update – Feb 2017

Upper Snowy Landcare – Greening Australia continue to tackle tree dieback in 2017 Upper Snowy Landcare (USL) and Greening Australia (GA) under the NSW Government’s Bush Connect grant entitled, Monaro Tree Comeback Project, are getting more than 10 ha prepared this year for planting in response to the tree dieback […]