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  • Sustainable Industries

    Have you got saltbush plantings that have grown out of control and are no longer able to provide a feed source for stock?

  • Aboriginal NRM

    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.

  • Healthy Environments

    This project involved revegetation around an existing woodland remnant.

  • Healthy Environments

    For this project, a number of blocks and wide corridors were revegetated, providing buffers from adjacent roads and restoring a degraded road reserve running through the property.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Below the surface lie extraordinary populations of animals without backbones—invertebrates.

  • Sustainable Industries

    There are 140,000 types of fungi. Often, it is hard to know that fungi are about.

  • Healthy Environments

    Despite some tough seasons and summer wash-outs, results from the Wheatbelt NRM 2015-2017 planting seasons are becoming increasingly evident, with farmscapes transforming.

  • Water

    We are now over 4 months into construction at Lake Ewlyamartup, and 1 month in for Lake Yealering under the Living Lakes – Stage 3 Project.

  • Healthy Environments

    Between the 2015 and 2017 winter planting seasons, more than a million native seedlings have gone into the ground as part of Wheatbelt NRM’s Bushcare Grant, Healthy Bushland, Mortlock Connections and Twenty Million Trees projects.

  • Climate

    Following a dry start to winter in the wheatbelt, the recent rainfall has made a big difference to the amount of water available in the soil profile.

  • Operations

    We will be attending the upcoming 2018 GWN Dowerin Field Days. We will be displaying with the entire Wheatbelt community, farmers and families in mind.

  • Healthy Environments

    Nineteen landholders across the Wheatbelt have successfully received funding through Wheatbelt NRM, supported by the Australian Government’s Twenty Million Trees and National Landcare Program.