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A grant of $150,000 is set to upgrade ageing hardware for Wheatbelt NRM.

 

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Healthy Environments

Planet Ark celebrated 21 years of National Tree Day and Schools Tree Day - Australia's largest community tree-planting and nature care event. Tree Day is an opportunity to do something positive for your local environment and community and to reconnect with nature.

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Mapping Plant Available Water-Holding Capacity (PAWC) using electromagnetic (EM) and Radiometric Surveying.

 

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The Fulwood’s have been successfully deep ripping on their property for years but recently they’ve been questioning whether they are going deep enough.

 

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Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes was held over two weekends this autumn. 814 community volunteers participated in this coordinated predator management activity.

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The proponent of a planned $160 million solar farm near Cunderdin is encouraging people living in the Wheatbelt to explore all types of renewable energy.

 

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This weekend, more than 30 members of Farmers for Climate Action met in person to draw up plans for the rapidly growing advocacy group. Among them were farmers from Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and Tasmania, with most commodities represented.

 

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Like many involved in the Mortlock Connections project, Wheatbelt Landholders are passionate about rehabilitating their rural lifestyle.

 

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The heavy rains experienced in February this year took most of us by surprise and while rains are always welcome, floods, erosion and other consequences created a need for mitigation across many Wheatbelt properties.

 

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