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  • Sustainable Industries

    Our dung beetle trapping and gapping project hit its first milestone a couple of weeks ago with the first samples coming through.

  • Healthy Environments

    If you’re looking for enduring results in rabbit control, Autumn is the ideal time. With a reduced likelihood of kittens and scarce feed, a release of rabbit biological control virus, RHDV1-K5 (calicivirus) can deliver great outcomes.

  • Hotspot Heroes

    Rhodanthe chlorocephala – a scientific name for one of Western Australia’s most recognisable wildflowers, the pink and white Everlasting.

  • Hotspot Heroes

    A band of 30 Hotspot Heroes descended on Toodyay during the April school holidays to hone their powers of investigation.

  • Operations

    Main Roads is seeking to buy portions of land adjacent to State roads for revegetation purposes.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Farming in the northern Wheatbelt has its challenges as Hugh Morgan of Morgan Tirrana Farms in Bencubbin can certainly attest to. Hugh farms the 14600 ha property with his parents and wife, Deanne.

  • Healthy Environments

    At the heart of natural resource management is the aim to protect and improve our environmental assets. To achieve this, it is important to determine the current state of our assets and quantify the threats that affect their long-term survival.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Inspiring. Engaging. Thought-provoking. These were just some of the words used to describe our REstore. REshape. REnew. conference held at Muresk Institute on 31 March.

  • Healthy Environments

    Kep Koorliny. That is the name of one of the Wheatbelt’s newest Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoo chicks.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Are you a Wheatbelt farmer who needs a hand in getting on board with carbon farming?

  • Operations

    Hannah Demerise is conducting a PhD research project which is jointly undertaken with The University of Western Australia and Kings Park Science.

  • Operations

    Natural resource management in the Wheatbelt is driven by community action. Businesses, farmers, community groups and individuals all play a part in protecting our region’s natural assets.