News - Productive Relationships

Posted in
Productive Relationships

More than 70 volunteers, ecologists and scientists identified nearly 400 native species at last weekend’s Bioblitz near York. The rapid 24-hour hunt involved the search and identification of flora and fauna, including insects, in a 200-hectare patch of bush land just west of the town.

Posted in
Productive Relationships

Posted in
Productive Relationships

Congratulations to Dowerin’s nursery owner and farmer, Rob Boase, who was recently named WA's Individual Landcarer at the 2017 Western Australian Landcare Awards in Perth. He was nominated by the Wheatbelt NRM team to acknowledge his tireless work in protecting unique and rare flora and vegetation across the Wheatbelt.

 

Posted in
Productive Relationships

A Lotterywest grant will support community members and volunteers across Western Australia to participate in the upcoming State Natural Resource Management (NRM) and Coastal Conference on 29-31 August 2017.

Posted in
Productive Relationships

A grant of $150,000 is set to upgrade ageing hardware for Wheatbelt NRM.

 

Posted in
Productive Relationships

The proponent of a planned $160 million solar farm near Cunderdin is encouraging people living in the Wheatbelt to explore all types of renewable energy.

 

Posted in
Productive Relationships

Are you keen to inspire environmental sustainability in the Wheatbelt? Do you have an idea for how to demonstrate and encourage efficient resource use?

Posted in
Productive Relationships

Woodlands knowledge

 

The Jungkajungka Woodlands Festival held over Easter in the heart of the Great Western Woodlands in Norseman, attracted 95 people from as far afield as Albany and Perth, including a number from the Avon Wheatbelt.

 

Posted in
Productive Relationships

We’re looking for innovative projects to support that engage the local Wheatbelt community in SUSTAINABILITY, across three categories:

 

Going batty with Joe Tonga
Posted in
Productive Relationships

Did you know that kids hear bats better than their parents? Or that humans can only hear one type of bat?

 

These are just some of the fascinating ‘bat-facts’ shared with the 50 strong crowd at our recent Goomalling Bat Night.

 

Pages