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Westonia tree planting adds to Ranger resume

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Aboriginal NRM

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

The seed collected by the team last year was used to propagate seedlings for the revegetation project.

Pauline Guest from Ramelius Resources said “The team once again did a great job. It is a pleasure to have them here.”

Wheatbelt NRM Aboriginal Facilitator Jermaine Davis said “The team always enjoys their time in Westonia and appreciates the warm welcome they get. It was a worrying start the first day with very dry conditions but 6mm of rain solved that problem for day two.”

The Noongar Budjar Rangers continue to expand their skills and their work experience by working with organisations across the Wheatbelt undertaking a range of work.

The opportunity to work on country and help to restore the unique Wheatbelt environment gives the team huge job satisfaction.

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