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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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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.

 

Mark Grogan from Community Pod
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Productive Relationships

Mark Grogan is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Community Pod, a social enterprise that sells quality coffee capsules/pods and fresh beans to the consumer at home or work.

 

Wheatbelt Sustainable Agriculture trial sites on show
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Sustainable Industries

Head along to the following Research / Crop Updates this March to learn more about some of our successful Trials and Demonstrations sites in the region.

 

Wheatbelt floods
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Climate

We probably don't need to tell you that it's been a wet couple of weeks here in the Wheatbelt!

 

If you've been adversely affected by the floodwaters there is help available to assist landholders recover from a natural disasters and to help individuals, families and communities to get back on their feet.

 

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Aboriginal NRM

Wheatbelt NRM has been working with the Brookton Noongar community to commemorate the significance of an old ceremonial ground at nearby Nalya/King’s Chair.

 

The site was registered by local Aboriginal Elders with the Department of Aboriginal Affairs in 1990, as a very significant site to Noongar people.

 

White-striped Free-tailed Bat - Tadarida australis
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Healthy Environments

Tadarida australis    |   Family: Molossidae    |   Conservation status: Not listed

 

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