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  • Sustainable Industries

    The Soil CRC are conducting a study to investigate cybersecurity in the Australian Agricultural sector from the perspective of people working in the sector.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    As the weather continues to get warmer and drier, it is the beginning of native seed collecting season for our Noongar Boodja Ranger’s team and they’re already off to a great start!

  • Healthy Environments

    With harvest well and truly underway, keep an eye out for malleefowl, who are vulnerable to extinction, while you’re out in the paddock or driving through the Wheatbelt.

    Malleefowl across the Wheatbelt are currently laying eggs and tending their mounds to ensure as many of their precious eggs hatch as possible.

  • Healthy Environments

    Work is progressing on the first round of support to help farmers who lost remnant vegetation in the Wickepin and Corrigin fires last February. This round, the focus will be on protecting recovering remnant stands in cropping paddocks.

  • Healthy Environments

     The Wheatbelt Regional NRM Strategy highlights that the majority of the Wheatbelt falls below the target of 30 % native vegetation cover required to maintain an ecologically viabl

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Our Noongar Boodja Rangers have been busy assisting AGT (Australian Grain Technologies) with the removal of weeds and diseased plants in a lupin breeding trial, conducted in Bolgart.

  • Healthy Environments

    WA Woodland Birds Team would like to be able to contact people that are interested to participate in the “Birds on Farms Project” in Western Australia. It could be either as a volunteer to carry out surveys, as someone that owns a property and wants to register their farm for surveys or if you are just interested to knowing more about the project. Read more or complete the form here.

  • Operations

    Nominations for the 2022 Moorditj Boodja Environmental Awards are now open. The awards recognise Wheatbelt school students who embody the values of Mooditj Boodja (Strong Country) through their involvement in environmental projects. The annual award is designed to encourage young people to become actively involved in Landcare or natural resource management work. The awards are open to both primary and secondary students throughout the Avon River Basin.

  • Operations

    From 31st October to 2 November, our Wheatbelt team travelled down to beautiful Margaret River to attend the National NRM Knowledge Conference. It was few days of learning, collaboration, inspiration and networking!

  • Healthy Environments

    The Threatened Species Action Plan 2022-2032 maps a pathway to recovery for our nation’s threatened wildlife, spanning terrestrial, marine and freshwater environments. It presents a vision to drive practical on-ground efforts and identifies critical action for the recovery of threatened species and ecological communities guided by experts and the Australian public. Read the Action Plan.

  • Governance

    Over 30 people attended our Annual General Meeting on 20 October at Bridgeley Community Centre in Northam. Helen Shanks and Chris Marris were successfully reappointed to the Board. Our 2021-2022 Annual Report is now available and can be found here.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    Recently our Noongar Boodja Rangers team was involved in training new rangers on how to identify and record flora. They visited a reserve at Kokeby, where they learnt how to identify plants through the soil they're in, the shapes of their leaves, size of the plant and its fruit. It's vital that we are accurate when seed collecting for our revegetation projects. Find out more here.