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  • Sustainable Industries

    It felt like the Knights of Camelot were back as we joined the Minister for Agriculture, Alannah MacTiernan at her round table in Merredin last week.

  • Healthy Environments

    Last year the Northam Scout Group built nest boxes and installed them on their Northam bush block.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Noongar Budjar Ranger Tommy Garlett jumped at the opportunity to share his stories about Ballardong country with a group of interested people from the Wheatbelt Development Commission and DPIRD including Minister Alannah McTiernan at a meeting at Burlong Pool.

  • Sustainable Industries

    The Future Drought Fund was established in September 2019 by the Australian Government.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Wheatbelt NRM proudly supports the Statewide Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes program - a community based feral animal control program with almost 1000 people across south west WA participating in autumn 2020 culling over 6000 pest animals.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Our Noongar Budjar Rangers have gone back to the Edna May mine at Westonia to help with their tree planting program.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Regenerative agriculture is the current buzz word is agriculture and supporters claim these practices build resilience to climate change, increase farm profitability and improve the health benefit of the food produced.

  • Healthy Environments

    Not long after Graeme and Judy Garlick purchased this property at Pingrup, a friend, Anne Rick, who is a local botanist approached Judy and told her that there was a rare species of Acacia (Acacia lanuginophylla) on their newly acquired land.

  • Water

    Dean and Jacqui Bicknell from Nunile believe land management is about achieving a balance between sustainable use and conservation.

  • Water

    Last week the Wheatbelt NRM team including the Noongar Budja Rangers were out at Lake Yealering and Lake Ewlyamartup to revegetate disturbed areas.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Kelly and Justin Mann form Beverley are part of our Australian Government Mixed Farming project that is working with farmers to plan for improved ground cover outcomes that not only seeks to improve soil health will make life easier for farmers to manage the summer feed gap.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Farmers/ farm workers or contractors impacted by drought may be entitled to receive a one off payment up to $3000 through the Drought Community Support Initiative.