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Project Dieback - Stories from the landDate Added: Tuesday, 27 June 2017
A case study on best practice Phytophthora Dieback management in the iconic Lesueur Priority Protection Area. This real life scenario from Project Dieback shows the highs and lows of undertaking Dieback management and the ultimate rewards that can be achieved by overcoming setbacks through collaborative effort and remaining true to best practice.
South Coast SnapshotDate Added: Tuesday, 23 May 2017
A situation statement on the current state and trend of natural resource condition in the Western Australian South Coast Natural Resource Management region. June 2016.
The purpose of this report was to capture and present available information on the condition and trend of key natural assets of the South Coast Natural Resource Management (South Coast NRM) region of Western Australia. This is portrayed by a variety of indicators provided by specialists within the fields of their expertise.
Regional Landcare Facilitator's Community Small Grants
South Coast NRM is proud to present the Regional Landcare Facilitator’s Community Small Grants Program.
This program aims to help community groups get involved in Landcare. Groups can apply for up to $500 (ex GST) to go towards the cost of running an event or project.
Projects can include a weeding day at your local reserve, a beach clean-up, tree-planting at your local sports ground, community feral animal control, or even a fauna or flora survey.
The opportunities are endless for projects located within the South Coast NRM region of WA!
Eligible groups include not-for-profit groups, sports clubs, recreation groups, associations and schools who may submit one application per funding round.
Grants will not fund assets, retrospective works or individuals.
To apply please complete the application form and submit by 3.00 pm Friday 2 March 2018.