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WALKING TOGETHER WITH SHANDALL CUMMINGS & DR ALISON LULLFITZ

PODCAST: WALKING TOGETHER CLICK TO PLAY Recently UWA Albany tutor, Shandell Cummings and research associate, Alison Lullfitz were interviewed for the podcast, Ecology Matters. They describe the research work they do together as part of the Walking Together project...

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WORK HEALTH & SAFETY WORKSHOP

With recent changes to the Work Health & Safety (WH&S) Act, it’s super important that you understand your responsibilities. North Stirlings Pallinup Natural Resources are hosting a WH&S and Industrial manslaughter course in Borden on the 17th August....

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SLOW DOWN TO PROTECT ENDANGERED CARNABY’S BLACK COCKATOOS

Motorists are strongly urged to be cautious when travelling on the South Coast Hwy and Chester Pass Road to avoid hitting Carnaby’s black cockatoos that are feeding on the side of the road in large flocks. There have been many cockatoos hit and killed in the...

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BIOLOGICAL FARMING SYSTEMS AND REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

RegenWA is a network of committed West Australian farmers and industry stakeholders who are identifying, implementing and sharing innovative and sustainable land management practices that other farmers can learn from and adopt. On Saturday August 20th, RegenWA are...

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COMBINED EFFORTS BRING ACTION AGAINST SYDNEY GOLDEN WATTLE

A joint effort between Binalup Rangers (a local Noongar enterprise), the City of Albany, Greenskills, Albany Heritage Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation (AHRGAC), and South Coast NRM has helped further the control of Sydney Golden Wattle, in and around the...

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ANNUAL DIEBACK INFORMATION GROUP CONFERENCE

The annual Dieback Information Group (DIG) conference will be kicking off on the 31st August. DIG brings together the latest in scientific knowledge, best land management practices and industry innovation. This year will provide a focus on behaviour change and...

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NOONGAR KAARTDIJIN BUSH FOODS AT BREMER BAY

South Coast NRM recently supported a Cultural awareness session at Bremer Bay Primary School through the Noongar Kaartdijin (Knowledge) program. Kimberley Gray, a Noongar educator living in Bremer Bay, along with his daughter Jessica, shared local Noongar bush food...

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THREATENED SPECIES EVENING AND ART EXHIBITION

Wow, what an amazing response to our Threatened Species Artwork Competition! We can’t thank you enough for taking part, and helping to spread awareness of our iconic species’. Now it’s time to showcase all the artistic talent! Please join us for a...

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NATIONAL TREE DAY PLANTING 2022

Happy faces at the recent Shire of Esperance National Tree Day planting event held at Lake Monjingup. Kylie Fletcher, South Coast NRM Land & Water Program Manager, joined fifty other volunteers who gathered to plant 1500 trees – the perfect way to kick off...

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LIVING REEF FESTIVAL

August is jam packed with the Living Reef Festival; bringing together the people of Esperance to celebrate the Great Southern Reef.   Register now for the exciting line-up of events and workshops as part of the Living Reef Festival, visit the events program for more...

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SONGLINES AND THE FITZ

The amazing coastline and landscape of the Fitzgerald Biosphere is home for Wirlomin Noongar people and a birthplace of Culture. For millennia, Wirlomin Noongar people shared stories, songs, and dance that resonated with the rhythms of ‘Songlines’ and the deep...

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TALKIN’ SOIL HEALTH 2022

One of Australia’s largest and most reputable soil health conferences, Talkin’ Soil Health, is returning to York on Thursday, 11 August. The conference will be jam-packed with national and local speakers and presenters from DPIRD, UWA, CSIRO, Soil CRC and local...

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