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Why are we controlling ferals?

 

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Planning biodiverse revegetation for next winter Spring is a great time to start planning your biodiverse revegetation projects for winter next year. By getting your seedlings orders in early (ie. now) you will give the nurseries a better chance of being able to grow the species you are after.

 

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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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BioBlitz information packs - Now Available
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Preparations are well underway for this year's BioBlitz, with Wheatbelt NRM and the Dumbleyung Landcare Zone working hard to bring this great event to you!

 

The event will run on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October, at Tarin Rock Reserve near Lake Grace.

 

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Productive Relationships

The Coalition Government is undertaking a review of the delivery arrangements of the National Landcare Programme, to ensure it is effective, efficient and continues to target natural resource management priorities.

 

Landcare champion recognised
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Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker, last night congratulated the winner of the 2016 Bob Hawke Landcare Award, Stephen Burgess, of Queensland.

 

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The 2016 National Landcare Award winners were announced at a gala dinner in Melbourne last night (22nd September 2016).

 

Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister, Luke Hartsuyker, congratulated winners drawn from 69 finalists in every state and territory, with major awards announced in ten categories on the night.

Rangers do their bit for the environment
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Rangers do their bit for the environment

 

Burlong Park has been given a spring clean by the region's Aboriginal rangers.

 

The Noongar Boodja Rangers have weeded, collected rubbish, cleaned signage and mowed the popular and iconic Northam park and permanent riverside pool just west of the town.

Boost for Biodiversity Conservation in WA
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According to a media statement from the Government of Western Australia, the state has entered into a new era with State Parliament passing history-making new environmental laws in September 2016.

 

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