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How do YOU picture the Wheatbelt?

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Community groups or individuals that help to look after the environment are being given extra support.

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The WA Governor has spent time at Burlong park walking along the Avon River as part of her first official visit to the Wheatbelt.

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Wheatbelt land care receives new face and funding Leigh Whisson has worn many hats over the past two decades, many of them focusing on the health of native wildlife and fauna in the WA Wheatbelt.

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The Kulin Wildflower Group and Herbarium is encouraging other groups in the Wheatbelt to apply for a grant to help them in their daily operations.

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Two wildflower groups, a river conservation society and a native sandalwood enterprise have been given a hand to help with the daily running of their operations.

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A project designed to teach children in Northam about their natural surrounds has caught the attention of WA’s science teachers. Avonvale Primary School successfully applied to natural resource group Wheatbelt NRM’s 2011 Community Small Grants scheme. The $15,000 grant meant the school’s science coordinator Velu Ramasamy could organise activities and excursions for all 196 students.

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The scenery on Gen Whisson’s journey to work each day is a vastly different one to that of two years ago.

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More than 60 students from three Wheatbelt schools have spent a day learning about their natural environment.

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Staff normally more at home behind a computer have left the confines of their offices to help rehabilitate a stretch of the Avon River between York and Beverley.

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