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Wheatbelt NRM is excited to announce construction works for the Living Lakes – Stage 3 project, which will be commencing in March 2018.

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Wheatbelt NRM has commenced work on the $3.7M Royalties for Regions Living Lakes Stage 3 Implementation Project.

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Wheatbelt NRM is delighted to announce that Royalties for Regions funding has been successfully obtained for the upgrade of two Wheatbelt lakes – Yealering and Ewlyamartup.

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Seven towns in the Wheatbelt will share in $2 million to help capture precious storm water run off.

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More towns in the Wheatbelt will harvest storm water run off after a $2 million funding boost from the State government.

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A group of dedicated volunteers from around Wyalkatchem have helped restore a water hole on a granite outcrop, which provides one of the most beautiful views of the Wheatbelt.

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Research has shown composted organic mixes of straw and sheep manure could hold the key for the safe disposal of acidic water from deep drains.

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A project to help save precious drinking water has come to fruition at one of WA’s leading agricultural colleges. Wheatbelt NRM has teamed up with the Cunderdin Agricultural College and the Department of Agriculture and Food WA to invest in rainwater tanks and cut their reliance on scheme water.

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The problem of water logging on their Goomalling farm has prompted the Morris family to once again jump in the tree planter.

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The Avon is now a highly disturbed river system due to clearing in the catchment for agriculture, the establishment of towns adjacent to the river and the River Training Scheme.

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