The Landcare awards dinner celebration took place at the Tailrace Centre last night.
Northern Tasmanian, Todd Dudley, who is the leader of the North East Bioregional Network, won the individual landcarer award.
Mr Dudley, who earlier in the year received an international award for landscape restoration, will now once again be invited to attend the international event along with each of the evenings other award recipients.
It was his second award of the weekend after picking up the Tasmanian premier's award on Friday night at a separate event held at Albert Hall.
Acting chief executive of Landcare Tasmania Peter Stronach said the award was handed out by the Minister for Primary Industries Guy Barnett.
"It's awarded in recognition of innovation, inspiration or community building in landcare and land management," he said.
Mr Stronach said Saturday's award dinner was initially created to highlight the positive and diverse work that landcarers engage in across the state.
"The night is always great fun and allows landcarers to not only network but to celebrate the efforts of their peers," he said.
A number of awards were handed out to individuals and groups for their efforts in a variety of Landcare projects.
The award program acknowledged landcare projects that were focused on sustainable farming, biodiversity and conservation.
Awards were also given out for contributions to community and wellbeing, indigenous land management, coast care, youth participation and leadership.
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