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Using locally sourced lime to fight soil acidity in the Wheatbelt was one of seven projects to share in $85,500 in new funding for sustainable agriculture.

 

More than 70 landholders, farmers, scientists and bureaucrats have met in Northam for Wheatbelt NRM’s annual general meeting.

 

Woma Python
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Healthy Environments

With the days getting longer and warmer, snakes are on the move and it is important to look out for your safety, but most of the time when we see these guys they are just catching some rays or passing through.

 

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Over 80 people attended the Wheatbelt NRM Annual General Meeting where several exciting speakers explored the inspiring theme of ‘Making space for the new’.

 

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Wildlife emergency rescue kit
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Healthy Environments

Wildlife Emergency Rescue Packs

By Colleen Fulford - Wheatbelt Region

 

Noongar Boodja Rangers
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Aboriginal NRM

The Noongar Boodja Rangers are continuing to flourish with 50 community members actively participating in the program.

 

The Ranger program aims to give unemployed members of the Aboriginal community the opportunity to get back ‘on country’ doing natural resource management work.

 

Wheatbelt road
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Aboriginal NRM

Many main roads in WA are built on journey ways that were walked by Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years. They were walked as songlines, trade routes and seasonal runs. Songlines are living narratives, usually a journey made by one of the spiritual ancestors. Songlines have layers of meaning revealed slowly over a lifetime.

Feral cat in trap
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Healthy Environments

Rick Beatty is a landholder who got in touch with Wheatbelt NRM recently when he heard about the Mortlock Connections project.

 

Rick is a sheep and wheat farmer with extensive bush blocks on his farm in Kulja which is dotted with mallee fowl mounds. He has been having problems with rabbits, foxes and feral cats.

 

2016 Great Cocky Count results
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Healthy Environments

The numbers are in and the news for Perth’s much-loved black-cockatoos is far from encouraging.

 

Results from BirdLife Australia’s 2016 Great Cocky Count indicate that populations of Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoos across the Perth–Peel Coastal Plain are still in rapid decline.

 

Farming Together
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Sustainable Industries

The Australian Government’s $14.9m Farming Together initiative is a national, two-year campaign for primary producers and processors to collaborate and claim marketplace power. It aims to build financial and societal sustainability across Australia’s primary producers.

 

How does it work?

 

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