The Equine Landcare Project started in 2014 with a successful grant through the National Landcare Programme to host sustainable equine landcare events in the Peel region.

Now funded through the State Natural Resource Management Community Action Grant Program, with support from the Peel Harvey Catchment Council, the project has been running for over two years.

The current round of grant funding has supported a series of field days focussing on on-ground education on sustainable management practises for horse properties. Topics range from soil amending to pasture rotation systems. Read the event summaries below.


2017 will be another exciting year for the Equine Landcare project with information session focused on local shire policy planned as well as the popular Heavenly Hectares Workshops and full day Property Planning Courses scheduled.


If you would like more information on the Equine Landcare Project email, check out the SJ Equine Landcare Group Facebook Profile or sign up to the Landcare SJ monthly newsletter to keep up to date with events and news.

SJ Equine Landcare Field Day Reports 2016

Property Planning Field Day in Serpentine

The Property Planning and PIC Feild Day was held on Serpentine Friday, April 27th, at the wonderful Peaceful Meadows Agistment Centre. The event is part of the Better Pasture series supported through ...
Property Planning Flyer

Equine Landcare Events for Serpentine Jarrahdale

Landcare SJ and the SJ Equine Landcare Group, through funding from the State Natural Resource Management Program, is planning their next set of field days to support horse property owners ...
horse stuck in piggery roof

WA Horse Council LARGE ANIMAL RESCUE – book now as limited places

LARGE ANIMAL RESCUE – book now as limited places ‘The WA Horse Council’s  AR3  Masterclass will be held at the State Equestrian Centre, on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th  May ...
Extreme case of summer sores

Summer sores and faecal egg counts- Worm management in summer.

This summer has your horse developed a sore just won’t heal? You may be dealing with a summer sore.
Summer sores occur when worm larvae are deposited by flies ...

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