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In 2008 the wetlands of the Wheatbelt were mapped by DBCA and Wheatbelt NRM.

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The Wheatbelt NRM Noongar Budjar Rangers have partnered with a leading carbon entity to assist with the revegetation of areas of unproductive farming land in the Wheatbelt.

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The Noongar Boodja Ranger team has been successful in gaining another contract to carry out work in the Wheatbelt.

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The town pool in Northam was a hive of activity over the last couple of weeks as the Noongar Budjar Rangers assisted the Shire of Northam to plant the river banks with native species.

Aboriginal NRM

In the South-West, yeye or today, as in kura or the past, Noongar boordier (or elders) play a role as custodians of all knowledges, and in particular “special” knowledges which are to be passed on.

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Who is Waakal and why is he important to the Noongar people?

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Each year, the staff at Wheatbelt NRM offer the Moorditj Boodjar Environmental Award to all primary and secondary schools throughout the Wheatbelt for students who are actively involved in Landcare or natural resource management work.

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Noongar men, women and children who cleared the land, worked the farms and helped develop the Shire of Quairading have had their contribution recognised in a new publication produced by Community Arts Network (CAN).

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Last week, Wheatbelt NRM’s Noongar Boodja Ranger Team assisted the Shire of Northam in cleaning and maintaining Burlong Pool, which is a site of cultural significance to the local Noongar people of Northam.

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The Balga is a perennial tree-like monocot (grass) that grows up to 5m high, with an often blackened trunk, to over 3m.

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