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  • Healthy Environments

    Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes was held over two weekends this autumn.

  • Operations

    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.

  • Sustainable Industries

    This weekend, more than 30 members of Farmers for Climate Action met in person to draw up plans for the rapidly growing advocacy group.

  • Healthy Environments

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

  • Sustainable Industries

    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.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Member for Central Wheatbelt Mia Davies MLA is encouraging future leaders in the agricultural industry to apply for the 2018 Nuffield Scholarship program.

  • Operations

    Are you keen to inspire environmental sustainability in the Wheatbelt?

  • Aboriginal NRM

    The Northam Cemetery has been given a facelift, with help from the region’s Noongar Boodja rangers. The cleanup was in response to concern from residents that the heritage listed cemetery was in desperate need of a cleanup.

  • Governance

    The Coalition’s commitment to invest more than $1 billion in the National Landcare Programme across five years has been lauded by Natural Resource Management (NRM) leader, NRM Regions Australia.

  • Sustainable Industries

    A Master TreeGrower course will soon be run in the Northam district, starting in late July 2017.

  • Operations

    Wheatbelt NRM are looking for stallholders to share its mega tent again at this year’s Dowerin GWN Field Days on 30-31 August 2017.

  • Operations

    The Jungkajungka Woodlands Festival held over Easter in the heart of the Great Western Woodlands in Norseman, attracted 95 people from as far afield as Albany and Perth, including a number from the Avon Wheatbelt.