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Sustainable Agriculture

Wheatbelt NRM’s CEO Dr Karl O’Callaghan, interviewed on several radio segments at the end of last month highlighting the importance of citizen science and implications for the Corella project. 

Dr Karl O’Callaghan said on his radio interview with Jeremy Jone’s Breakfast 29/11/23 show on the ABC that “the first thing we need to do is come up with a regionwide plan to coordinate the activity on managing the corella problem” He went on to say, “There’s nothing better than citizen science and what people are seeing on the ground to inform what strategies we put in place.”

This survey is gathering data on which corellas, where they are, what they are doing and the impact they are having on the infrastructure and environment of where you live.

Please help us to collect that data.  If you missed the breakfast show on ABC Midwest and Wheatbelt on Thursday 30 November you can listen at  with the interview beginning at about 37minutes.

For more details on the Corella project, or if you have any questions on the survey, please contact Project Delivery Officer Jacquie Lucas, on 9670 3118 or


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