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Committed to a sustainable future

Supporting landholders to care for the land through improved environmental conservation and feral animal exclusion with help from Gallagher Permanent Fencing solutions.

Our relationship with Landcare Australia

For over 50 years, we have been committed to supporting Australian farmers by providing farm-fit solutions to help simplify the challenges faced by those working on the land.

Landcare Australia is a national not-for-profit organisation that supports over 6,000 groups and more than 100,000 volunteers with landcare projects that are focused on sustainable land management practises and environmental conservation.

Gallagher commenced its partnership with Landcare Australia in 2018, by sponsoring the Sustainable Agriculture stream at the National Landcare Conference and with the donation of electric fencing products to support several Landcare projects across the country.

As of 2023, in collaboration with Landcare Australia, we have facilitated over 100 conservation fencing projects across the country. We're excited to see the environmental conservation outcomes from these projects, and look forward to seeing how we can continue supporting these projects into the future.

The Gallagher Landcare Electric Fencing Grant

Our easy to install permanent electric fencing solutions increasingly assist landholders and groups to implement more sustainable and profitable farming practises, while helping them achieve tangible conservation outcomes.

The Gallagher Landcare Grant focuses on making on-farm conservation more accessible by improving grazing management and protecting waterways across the country. 

Following the previous success of the Gallagher Landcare Electric Fencing Grants, and our continuing support of projects aligned with priority areas of conservation, biodiversity, and feral animal exclusion, we are proud to announce we will be continuing these grants into 2024.

Click the button below to find out more about the 2024 Grants. Expressions of Interest close on the 15th April. 
Expressions of Interest now open!


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Landcare Projects 

Read some of our customer stories below to discover more about some of these projects and how they have achieved their goals using Gallagher Permanent Electric Fencing solutions.

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Endangered rock wallabies get extra protection with smart fence technology

Gallagher Landcare Electric Fencing Grant is facilitating the installation of a Gallagher i Series Electric Fencing system featuring remote monitoring capabilities, and is set to play a key role in ensuring the wallabies are securely protected from predators.

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Graziers' land rehydration missions gets a boost with electric fencing grant

Gallagher Mega Anchor and Insulated Line Posts are being used to restrict cattle access to areas be rehabilitated, including a deep erosion incision that cuts through the property, and an intact "chain of ponds" - an environmentally-valuable natural feature.

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Gallagher feral proof electric fence excludes pigs to protect habitat

A 10-wire Gallagher Permanent Fence is protecting the critically endangered Western Swamp Tortoise by excluding feral pigs from a swamp, in the Mogumber Nature Reserve in Western Australia.

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