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Ben Cole is Managing Director of Wide Open Agriculture. His vision is that in 20 years’ time, the Wheatbelt towns are full of shops, the landscape is revegetated and people can see the land has more trees and wildlife.

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Mark Grogan is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Community Pod, a social enterprise that sells quality coffee capsules/pods and fresh beans to the consumer at home or work.

Student at Bioblitz
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Wheatbelt NRM offers the Moorditj Boodjar Environmental Award for Students annually to primary and secondary schools throughout the Avon River Basin with winners receiving a hardcover copy of Wildlife in Australia and a ‘Certificate of Merit’ presented by a member of the Wheatbelt NRM team.

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Participants at this year’s BioBlitz were successful in finding well over 300 species at Tarin and North Tarin Rock Nature Reserves near Lake Grace.

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A small army of volunteer nature enthusiasts discovered evidence of the rare Western mouse in a recent Bioblitz near Lake Grace.

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Would you like to build your Landcare group’s online presence to; keep your local and volunteer community updated, have stronger engagement, and grow your group’s fundraising capability?

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Wheatbelt NRM and Dumbleyung Landcare Zone recently hosted the 2016 Tarin Rock BioBlitz near Lake Grace. BioBlitzes are citizen science initiatives where a snapshot is taken of birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and plants over a 24 hour period, this time at Tarin and North Tarin Rock Nature Reserves.

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Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker, last night congratulated the winner of the 2016 Bob Hawke Landcare Award, Stephen Burgess, of Queensland.

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The 2016 National Landcare Award winners were announced at a gala dinner in Melbourne last night (22nd September 2016).

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With only three weeks to go until the Tarin Rock BioBlitz near Lake Grace, we popped out to see how the site is going and what creatures are out and about.

Leigh Whisson (Regional Landcare Facilitator) said that the breadth of wildflowers he saw out there is wonderful and will be a boon for nature photographers. 

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