Winners of South Coast NRM’s 2018 ‘Capture Nature!’ Photography competition were announced on Friday 6 April at an awards night held at the Mt Barker Co-operative building at the Museum of the Great Southern. It was also the first viewing of the exhibition.
“The calibre of the photographs has been outstanding and there are some excellent images showcasing our vibrant and dynamic region.” said Carolyn Daniel, chairperson for South Coast NRM.
South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc. is very pleased to announce that it will be moving its Albany office from 28th March 2018.
What’s your favourite part of the south coast region? What should we look after above anything else? What are the biggest threats to the magical places that we all call home?
These and many more questions will be explored at workshops to be held in Esperance and Albany during the next month.
Carolyn Daniel, a local farmer with a long association with landcare, brings a wealth of experience to head up a new Board of Management at South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc.