Category: News

NATIONAL BIOSECURITY STRATEGY

Developing a national biosecurity strategy for all of Australia has been a collaborative effort between Australian, state…

ON COUNTRY AT TOOTANELLUP

Restoring Noongar Boodja are three integrated and time critical projects being managed by South Coast NRM in…

WORLD WETLANDS DAY

For the first time, #WorldWetlandsDay has been recognised as a United Nations International Day of Importance. Each…

NOONGAR KAARTDIJIN

Noongar Kaartdijin is a knowledge program hosted by @SouthCoastNRM, bringing Noongar cultural educators and ecological awareness to…

Caranaby’s Black Cockatoo

There is an unmistakable sound that precedes a flock of Western Australia’s iconic Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo. The…

Noongar Kaartdijin

On the 9th December 2021, two school groups had the chance to visit Ballogup, Lake Pleasant View,…

Walking Together Project

Restoring Noongar Boodja are three integrated and time critical projects being managed by South Coast NRM in…

Drought, What Drought?

Having just dripped and squelched our way through the wettest July in years, it feels counter-intuitive to…

Slow the spread of Dieback

Taking steps to slow the spread Mia Hunt is Project Dieback’s Implementation Officer. Over the past few…

Heritage Survey

Albany Heritage Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation (AHRGAC), and South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc. commissioned a Heritage…

NRM Forum

The remarkable backdrop of Middleton Beach was no distraction from the important conversations at a recent NRM…

Nullaki to become south coast sanctuary

Endangered and threatened species could one day be translocated to a fenced area on the Nullaki thanks to the efforts of local landholders and…

Hello cocky!

A full-grown Carnaby’s black-cockatoo chick looks up from the safety of its ‘cockatube’. Two chicks were hatched…

Nesting with the malleefowl

As the days heat up some of the country’s most elusive birds are beginning to emerge from…