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  • Healthy Environments

    It is evident that there are some massive feral cats out in our Wheatbelt, particularly in the shire of Koorda.

  • Climate

    On 27 April 2018 the Meeting of Commonwealth, state and territory environment ministers endorsed a strategy to deliver a common national approach to environmental-economic accounting in Australia.

  • Sustainable Industries

    The Cooperative Research Centre for High Performance Soils (Soil CRC) has been established to provide farmers across Australia with the knowledge and tools they need to make complex and difficult management decisions about their soils.

  • Operations

    Wheatbelt NRM staff, along with bat enthusiast, Joe Tonga, visited Cunderdin recently to talk to the community about the way bats live, their biology and their importance to the environment.

  • Water

    We are now over 2 months into construction for Living Lakes – Stage 3 at Lake Ewlyamartup. The conditions have been favourable to date; however we are anticipating works will slow during winter.

  • Sustainable Industries

    More than 190 students from nine Western Australian secondary schools attended this year's Muresk Institute's Drone versus Dog trials.

  • Healthy Environments

    A Western Pygmy Possum has recently been found by a landholder south of Cunderdin, in a patch of bush he has been rehabilitating as part of a project funded by Wheatbelt NRM.

  • Governance

    The Wheatbelt NRM Board met in April to kick off the development of our 3 Year Plan for 2018/19 – 2021/22.

  • 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.

  • Aboriginal NRM

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

  • Healthy Environments

    Rabbit populations in the Wheatbelt and across the south-west of WA could be reduced by around 40% in the coming weeks, as the calicivirus (Korean variant – RHDV1 K5) is released throughout the region to overcome growing rabbit numbers.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Wide Open Agriculture are presenting their first round of investor presentations throughout the Wheatbelt with their IPO Roadshows and they are keen to ensure that Wheatbelt residents are the first to be provided with opportunities.