Upper Glenelg Landcare helping farmers understand a changing climate at a local level

Philippe Perez
Updated September 20 2023 - 8:39am, first published September 19 2023 - 11:36am
President of the Wando River Landcare group Kate Dorahy and Upper Glenelg Landcare facilitator Lynn Brown with a scatter tree planted on Ms Dorahy's Nareen property. Picture by Philippe Perez
President of the Wando River Landcare group Kate Dorahy and Upper Glenelg Landcare facilitator Lynn Brown with a scatter tree planted on Ms Dorahy's Nareen property. Picture by Philippe Perez

Farmers in the far south west of Victoria are encouraging more landholders to take part in local Landcare projects, citing the importance of agriculture and environmental industries working together in the face of more volatile weather patterns.

Philippe Perez

Philippe Perez

Journalist

Philippe is a journalist for Australian Community Media's Stock & Land. He is based in Ballarat and covers all aspects of Victoria's farming community and industry. To get in contact, email philippe.perez@stockandland.com.au