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Nutrient Use Efficiency - N-rich strips
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Sustainable Industries

Do N-rich strips tell the full story?

 

Free carbon planning tool
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Sustainable Industries

Tool launched to help carbon plantings add value to the Wheatbelt

 

Landowners and carbon companies wanting to grow trees for the carbon market now have a tool to help guide them on where best to plant.

 

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Organisational

Wheatbelt NRM is a not-for-profit, community organisation primarily funded by state and federal government programs.

 

 Nature enthusiasts discover hidden species
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Productive Relationships

A SMALL army of volunteer nature enthusiasts discovered evidence of the rare Western mouse in a recent Bioblitz near Lake Grace.

 

More than 60 people spent a weekend auditing native flora and fauna across two reserves at Tarin Rock.

 

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Wheatbelt NRM and other registered charities in the region will soon benefit from promoting their charity status by displaying the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) Charity Tick.

 

The symbol hopes to enable charities to seek wider support from the community.

 

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Would you like to build your Landcare group’s online presence to; keep your local and volunteer community updated, have stronger engagement, and grow your group’s fundraising capability?

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Wheatbelt NRM and Dumbleyung Landcare Zone recently hosted the 2016 Tarin Rock BioBlitz near Lake Grace. BioBlitzes are citizen science initiatives where a snapshot is taken of birds, mammals, insects, reptiles and plants over a 24 hour period, this time at Tarin and North Tarin Rock Nature Reserves.

 

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Seven more sites across the Wheatbelt have been selected to take part in Round 2 of the Perennials for Profits Demonstration program, with each of the farmers having areas they will improve with palatable forage shrubs and/or sandalwood.

 

Sites chosen include:

 

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Healthy Environments

With the weather finally beginning to warm up and numerous spring flowers on show throughout the Wheatbelt, you may be noticing lots of pollinator species out and about at the moment.

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