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Round 4 of the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants.

Round 4 of the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants.

In exciting news, the Noongar communities of Tambellup and Gnowangerup have been given a real boost, with the Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan announcing them as successful recipients of Round 4 of the Regional Economic Development (RED) Grants....

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Noongar Kaartdijin

Noongar Kaartdijin

On the 9th December 2021, two school groups had the chance to visit Ballogup, Lake Pleasant View, for Cultural awareness and seed collecting as part of South Coast NRMs Noongar Kaartdijin (knowledge) program. Students from Manypeaks Primary School and the Great...

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Walking Together Project

Walking Together Project

Restoring Noongar Boodja are three integrated and time critical projects being managed by South Coast NRM in partnership with The The University of Western Australia & UWA Albany Campus, Wirlomin Noongar Language & Stories and Albany Heritage Reference Group...

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Noongar families on country for Ballogup flora and fauna surveys

Noongar families on country for Ballogup flora and fauna surveys

Eleven members of the Albany Heritage Reference Group Aboriginal Corporation (AHRGAC) got busy assisting recent flora and fauna surveys at Ballogup, Lake Pleasant View.     The Kambarang (second spring) field assessments are follow up flora and fauna surveys to those...

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Want to make a difference in conservation? Clean your boots

Want to make a difference in conservation? Clean your boots

If you’ve ever been for a bush walk along the South Coast of WA, you’ll be familiar with  dieback boot cleaning stations. But have you ever wondered what all the fuss is about when it comes to dieback? You’re in luck, because at South Coast NRM, we’re straight...

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Drought, What Drought?

Having just dripped and squelched our way through the wettest July in years, it feels counter-intuitive to be talking about drought. But it’s important to remember that drought is a constant concern for farmers — one wet season doesn’t signal the end. In fact, now’s...

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Slow the spread of Dieback

Taking steps to slow the spread Mia Hunt is Project Dieback’s Implementation Officer. Over the past few years, Mia has been working hard to figure out the answer to this question: What can we do on the ground to keep dieback out of the six most protectable regions in...

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Strong, proud connections to Country

When it comes to teenagers, the research is clear: community engagement and positive participation make them feel good. And when teenagers feel accepted, seen and supported, they’re more likely to make positive choices. For Aboriginal teenagers, connection to...

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