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  • Water

    We are now over 4 months into construction at Lake Ewlyamartup, and 1 month in for Lake Yealering under the Living Lakes – Stage 3 Project.

  • Healthy Environments

    Between the 2015 and 2017 winter planting seasons, more than a million native seedlings have gone into the ground as part of Wheatbelt NRM’s Bushcare Grant, Healthy Bushland, Mortlock Connections and Twenty Million Trees projects.

  • Climate

    Following a dry start to winter in the wheatbelt, the recent rainfall has made a big difference to the amount of water available in the soil profile.

  • Operations

    We will be attending the upcoming 2018 GWN Dowerin Field Days. We will be displaying with the entire Wheatbelt community, farmers and families in mind.

  • Healthy Environments

    Nineteen landholders across the Wheatbelt have successfully received funding through Wheatbelt NRM, supported by the Australian Government’s Twenty Million Trees and National Landcare Program.

  • Sustainable Industries

    Farming in the Shire of Muckinbudin in the north east Wheatbelt, can be challenging at times particularly on the sandy ridges which are prone to wind erosion.

  • Governance

    The Western Australian Government 2018-19 Community Stewardship Grants are now open and Wheatbelt NRM is supporting our community to apply.

  • Governance

    Wheatbelt NRM supported 7 community members to attend the WA Feral Cat Symposium in Mandurah on 31 May 2018.

  • Healthy Environments

    It is evident that there are some massive feral cats out in our Wheatbelt, particularly in the shire of Koorda.

  • Climate

    On 27 April 2018 the Meeting of Commonwealth, state and territory environment ministers endorsed a strategy to deliver a common national approach to environmental-economic accounting in Australia.

  • Sustainable Industries

    The Cooperative Research Centre for High Performance Soils (Soil CRC) has been established to provide farmers across Australia with the knowledge and tools they need to make complex and difficult management decisions about their soils.

  • Operations

    Wheatbelt NRM staff, along with bat enthusiast, Joe Tonga, visited Cunderdin recently to talk to the community about the way bats live, their biology and their importance to the environment.