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Wheatbelt NRM was excited to attend the Dowerin Field Days again last Wednesday and Thursday.

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The Wheatbelt Science Forum is an annual event presented by the Inland Lighthouse Network. Held over two days in Wongan Hills, the forum is designed to bring advanced science concepts to middle-school children (Years 5-8) of the Wheatbelt and their teachers. This year’s theme was Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).

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Wheatbelt NRM and Dumbleyung Landcare Zone are co-hosting the Tarin Rock Bioblitz in October 2016, to better enhance knowledge and understanding of the area's biodiversity values.

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Two lucky landcarers from the Wheatbelt region have the opportunity to attend the National Landcare Conference and Awards in Melbourne this year, thanks to our Regional Landcare Facilitator and the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.

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Westonia Community Resource Centre recently held a photography workshop to encourage local children to enter the Wheatbelt NRM Youth Environment Photography competition.

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The National Landcare Conference is a fabulous opportunity for Landcarers across the country to come together and learn from one another. It is also a chance to discuss building a resilient agricultural and environmental future for Australia.

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With Tarin Rock near Lake Grace now confirmed as the location for this year's BioBlitz, registrations are now open for Volunteer Team Leaders and people interested in attending the event.

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With Tarin Rock near Lake Grace now confirmed as the location for this year’s BioBlitz, we’re seeking experts in environmental science, ecology, natural history, agriculture, education and biodiversity to help during the event.

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Tarin Rock near Lake Grace has been confirmed as the location for this year’s BioBlitz.

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Lone salmon gums standing in a paddock, rocky granite outcrops and locals living in the Wheatbelt will feature in the region’s latest photography competition.

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