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  • Sustainable Industries

    More than 190 students from nine Western Australian secondary schools attended this year's Muresk Institute's Drone versus Dog trials.

  • Healthy Environments

    A Western Pygmy Possum has recently been found by a landholder south of Cunderdin, in a patch of bush he has been rehabilitating as part of a project funded by Wheatbelt NRM.

  • Organisational

    The Wheatbelt NRM Board met in April to kick off the development of our 3 Year Plan for 2018/19 – 2021/22.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    In the South-West, yeye or today, as in kura or the past, Noongar boordier (or elders) play a role as custodians of all knowledges, and in particular “special” knowledges which are to be passed on.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Who is Waakal and why is he important to the Noongar people?

  • Healthy Environments

    Rabbit populations in the Wheatbelt and across the south-west of WA could be reduced by around 40% in the coming weeks, as the calicivirus (Korean variant – RHDV1 K5) is released throughout the region to overcome growing rabbit numbers.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Wide Open Agriculture are presenting their first round of investor presentations throughout the Wheatbelt with their IPO Roadshows and they are keen to ensure that Wheatbelt residents are the first to be provided with opportunities.

  • Sustainable Industries

    The Australian Sandalwood Network is an active growers group dedicated towards developing the Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) plantation industry Australia wide.

  • Healthy Environments

    The newest strain of rabbit calicivirus to Australia, known as the Korean variant (RHDV1 K5), is set to be released across the Wheatbelt again this autumn in an effort to control pest rabbit numbers.

  • Productive Relationships

    Wheatbelt NRM will again this year be participating in the Dowerin Field Days and have space available for stallholders.

  • Productive Relationships

    Over the March long weekend, Wheatbelt NRM hosted a community adventure, which was part of a focus on micro-bats and other native fauna.

  • Sustainable Industries

    More than 85 people attended the two-day Talkin’ Soil Health Conference in Dalwallinu this week, led by Pip Courtney from ABC TV’s “Landline” and heard from a bounty of speakers, learning and discussing all aspects of soil properties and its health.