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Wheatbelt NRM will be conducting a survey in March 2017 through a Community Resource Centre near you.

 

The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete and all questions are voluntary.

 

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Productive Relationships

Ben Cole is Managing Director of Wide Open Agriculture.

 

His vision is that in 20 years’ time, the Wheatbelt towns are full of shops, the landscape is revegetated and people can see the land has more trees and wildlife.

 

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Aboriginal NRM

Condrun | Kick Bush | Astroloma serratifolium

 

Condrun is a low or erect spreading shrub between 0.1-1.2 m high and to 2 m wide. The leaves are sharply pointed with finely serrated edges. The species often grows on poorer stony or lateritic soils.

 

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Organisational

Wheatbelt NRM has recently updated its three program names to better articulate their activities and bring them in alignment with the organisation’s 3 Year Plan.

 

Livestock feed after heavy summer rains
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Sustainable Industries

It’s coming to one of the critical times of year when lambs are dropping and ewes need high nutrition to produce good milk to get the little fellas fat. However, recent rains have washed out a lot of nutrition in the crop stubbles and weeds need to be sprayed out ready for crops leaving very little feed for livestock. Hello Autumn Feed Gap!

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Healthy Environments

The 3rd of March is the United Nation's World Wildlife Day.

 

It’s an international day to celebrate and raise awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants.

 

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Join the Wheatbelt NRM team!
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Organisational

Be sure to keep an eye on our Employment and Opportunities pages as we have some exciting opportunities coming up, including:

 

Registering a culturally significant site
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Aboriginal NRM

Join Wheatbelt NRM’s Noongar Boodja Rangers as they explore the steps for registering a culturally significant site with the Department of Aboriginal Affairs.

 

Threatened Species Prospectus
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Healthy Environments

The Australian Government has just released its Threatened Species Prospectus which is the next step in its new approach to reversing the declines in our native plants and animals.

 

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