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John and Robyn Lynn’s farming enterprise in Cunderdin falls within the Mortlock Catchment, in the WA Wheatbelt.
The WA Threatened Species Forum aims to address the decline of Australia’ threatened species, by raising awareness of current and emerging challenges and opportunities for WA’s unique native plants and animals.
In this interactive story-map, you will meet Karlie the Carnaby's Black Cockatoo.
Karlie was injured, then rescued and is now part of a study using GPS technology to track cockatoos and learn more about how they use the environment.
Wheatbelt NRM has been visiting nurseries recently to assess the quality and health of seedlings we’ve ordered for projects this year.
The site visits give us the opportunity to identify potential problems and make any required changes easily.
Photos from our recent 'Spring Sowing Crop Walks' looking at how Wheatbelt NRM trials of spring sown crop and pasture varieties have been growing this summer, especially with all the rain!
Pingelly Paddock Walk - 23 February 2017
Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes brings together community members to help stop feral animals damaging the environment and this year Regional Men’s Health will benefit from the program.
Calyptorhynchus latirostris | Short-billed Cockatoo, White-tailed Black Cockatoo, Rainbird or Ngoorlak
Did you catch our CEO Natarsha Woods on ABC Radio recently talking about the 2017 Wheatbelt floods?
Get a head start on weed control
With all the recent rain and germination of weeds, farm paddocks across the Wheatbelt are full of farmers in spray units, knocking down weeds.
The second round of monitoring is underway for 13 revegetation sites in our ‘Avon River Basin EPBC species habitat security’ project.