The 2015 Toodyay BioBlitz was the tenth BioBlitz held in the Wheatbelt and was jointly organised by Wheatbelt NRM and the Toodyay Naturalists’ Club.
The purpose of the Lower Yilgarn waterway assessment is to investigate its current condition, identify threatening processes and propose management recommendations for improving its condition.
This report describes 152 tributaries in the Avon River catchment and Mortlock River system and the process used to prioritise them for foreshore and channel assessment.
Total Water Cycle Management is an integral part of the Natural Resource Management of the town.
The purpose of this waterway assessment is to investigate the river’s current condition by recording a snapshot survey of 11 remnants in the Yilgarn River floodplain.
The Farming Landscapes for the Future software (FLFT) was developed to assist landowners in assessing the risks and benefits associated with land-use decisions.
These five tutorials are designed to help you become familiar with the FLFT scenario tool and give you a further understanding what the tool can deliver.
The On-Farm Soil Monitoring project is designed to introduce landowners and farmers to the diversity of organisms in their soils and to the use on-farm soil monitoring methods.
The aim of this book is to promote awareness of the biology, ecology, threats and management of mammals that have occurred in the Avon region since European settlement.
This book was prepared by students from Meckering Primary School with support from the Invasive Animals CRC and Wheatbelt NRM.
This report documents a snap shot study of the biodiversity outcomes at 30 production and nonproduction based revegetation sites in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.
Coordinated predator control may have contributed to these incredible critters feeling that little bit safer to come down from there rocks and say hello.
Kaya (hello)! Noongar katadjin (knowledge) of boodjar (country) is a precious thing and a privilege to learn. This storybook offers a glimpse of the rich katadjin surrounding Boyagin Rock.
This report reviews the current literature to provide a summary of the biodiversity benefi ts of agroforestry systems which could be utilised in the Western Australian Wheatbelt
This website is an interactive tool designed for the Wheatbelt Aboriginal community.
Derdibin is in the boodja (country) of Western Australia’s Ballardong Noongar people. The word gnamma (also spelled ngama) is from the Noongar language.
Discover which plant suits your on-farm revegetation project. Using your paddock info you can generate a species list of plants which will suit your site.
This guide is for land managers, farmers and communities interests in agroforestry-based revegetation options.
This guide has been developed to present some of the approaches Wheatbelt farmers are taking to address soil health issues in the region.
The Wheatbelt of Western Australia has unique remnant bush sites that are havens for endangered fauna and flora.