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  • Healthy Environments

    Last month, Beverley D.H.S students from Kindy to Year 10 participated in National Tree Planting Day.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    The Noongar Boodjar Rangers are excited to be working with Syrinx Environmental to trial the revegetation of old farmland in Toodyay.

  • Sustainable Agriculture

    We understand that the community is concerned about the growing population of corellas in the Wheatbelt, and their impact on country.

  • Water

    Our efforts to protect and repair the waterways of our region are as important as ever.

  • Healthy Environments

    Just like Christmas, the seedling order period comes around quickly. This means it’s time to get orders in for 2024 planting projects.

  • Community Engagement

    We are pleased to welcome Reid Smith to our team. “I was born and raised in Goomalling and am really excited to be back working in the region,” he said.

  • Governance

    On Thursday 19 October, we hosted our Annual General Meeting, with more than 50 people attending at Bridgeley Community Centre in Northam.

  • Governance

    This year we have changed the approach to the AGM with a formal AGM being held with Members only to be followed by a “5-year Project Wrap-up” and Presentation on “New Directions” with leading-edge presenter Larissa Taylor, who is a Director of Savoir Consulting.

  • Healthy Environments

    Feral cats kill over 1.5 billion native mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs, and 1.1 billion invertebrates each year in Australia. Predation by cats is a threat to over 200 nationally listed threatened species and they have been implicated in 28 mammal extinctions.

  • Aboriginal NRM

    The Noongar Boodjar Rangers have been up-skilling in aspects of native seed collection.

  • Sustainable Agriculture

    The bushfires were devastating for all, and have had a huge impact on years of landcare restoration, destroying revegetation projects, fencing of remnant vegetation and wildlife habitat.

  • Water

    Another generation of Wheatbelt land managers stretched their legs at Boshack Outback in Bolgart this week to learn about the impacts of water quality on aquatic macroinvertebrates in the very special Wattening spring complex of wetlands.