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  • Sustainable Industries

    A recent trip to visit to our summer pastures trial site at Pingelly has revealed some great green biomass growing, even after three periods of grazing over the summer.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Kardan is a tree to 30m in height with rough grey bark. Flowering has been recorded in January to May and also in September. Flowers are brilliantly coloured mostly white but there are red or pinkish or orange forms.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Flower Power is an online tool created by DAFWA to help predict the flowering time of crop varieties, reducing the risk of frost damage and heat stress at flowering time.

  • Healthy Environments

    John and Robyn Lynn’s farming enterprise in Cunderdin falls within the Mortlock Catchment, in the WA Wheatbelt.

  • Healthy Environments

    The WA Threatened Species Forum aims to address the decline of Australia’ threatened species, by raising awareness of current and emerging challenges and opportunities for WA’s unique native plants and animals.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Warrany is a perennial, tuberous scrambling or climbing shrub that gets to three metres in length and height. It flowers from April to July and grows on grey sands, granitic and basaltic soils and laterite.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Wundowie's main playground is looking brand new after some recent work on it.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Some 30 growers and agriculture students came together in Northam recently to attend an eConnected Grainbelt Demonstration Project.

  • Water

    Wheatbelt NRM has commenced work on the $3.7M Royalties for Regions Living Lakes Stage 3 Implementation Project.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Noongar Budjar Rangers visited Amery Acres near Dowerin recently to learn hands-on skills in preparing sites for seedling plantings.

  • Healthy Environments

    In this interactive story-map, you will meet Karlie the Carnaby's Black Cockatoo.

  • Healthy Environments

    Wheatbelt NRM has been visiting nurseries recently to assess the quality and health of seedlings we’ve ordered for projects this year.