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    Wheatbelt landholders with carbon farming aspirations should be on the lookout for the key information about the State Government’s $15 million Carbon Farming and Land Restoration Program this quarter.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Wheatbelt NRM is urging stakeholders in the landcare, conservation and agricultural sectors in our region to have their say on the National Soil Strategy.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Do you know someone in the Wheatbelt who is helping to improve soil health? It could even be you.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Wheatbelt NRM would like to extend our heartfelt condolences at the loss of former Governor-General and inaugural National Soils Advocate Michael Jeffery, who died last month shortly after celebrating his 83rd birthday.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Do you know what summer weeds are growing at your property and do you know which ones are a real problem?

  • Healthy Environments

    Late last year we updated our community on the successes witnessed by the Wheatbelt NRM Healthy Environments team traversing the Wheatbelt for insights on the nesting behaviour of the black cockatoo.

  • Operations

    You may be aware that the requirements for Western Australia’s ethics approval for research and monitoring involving wildlife are due to be enforced from 1 July 2021.

  • Healthy Environments

    The end of the year also sees the end of our Matchstick Banksia work. Although it’s been a short project and impacted by COVID-19, we’ve managed to get a lot done.

  • Healthy Environments

    “It sounds like you’re just making this up, does that even exist? ….” Is the most common response from people when we talk about Wheatbelt malleefowl to those who are unfamiliar with this unique bird.

  • Sustainable Industries

    A four tonne per Hectare Barley crop would make any farmer smile, but would you believe it’s in Gabbin and the only nutrient that’s been applied is composted Chicken Manure.

  • Governance

    In years to come how will we remember 2020?

  • Operations

    Wild Orchid Watch is a national citizen science project that is designed to collect and record scientific information about Australian native orchids.