This ‘3 Year Plan’ presents strategic direction to ensure Wheatbelt NRM effectively responds to national, state and regional NRM needs. This will be achieved by engaging our community to actively support and progress our strategic objectives. This ‘3 Year Plan’ is supported each year by an Operations Plan that sets out how resources will be allocated and utilised in progressing the strategic objectives in this document.
The Wheatbelt Regional NRM Strategy guides NRM investment priorities within the region. The regional community provided important guidance to the development of the strategy, which reflects their values and understanding of the environment they live in and know.
Evidence of the value of natural resource management. While the eastern state are struggling with drought, there has been new work done that is showing evidence that NRM should be part of the solution. It is about resilience. Are you interested to see if NRM will help your bottom line, and address drought risk? Then attend our AGM and hear from our guest speakers.
As part of the Nutrient Use Efficiency Round 4 project, each of the 20 participating farmers are currently undertaking tissue and soil biology sampling at each of their six sites within their trial paddocks.
Screening of lentil genotypes by a global team, including researchers from The University of Western Australia has revealed some significant traits in lentils that will allow the important grain legume to endure increasing global temperatures.
This project is evaluating the establishment and performance of alternative nitrogen fixing pasture species that may be better adapted to low rainfall, heavy soil types in the South - Eastern Wheatbelt.
A Lotterywest grant will support community members and volunteers across Western Australia to participate in the upcoming State Natural Resource Management (NRM) and Coastal Conference on 29-31 August 2017.