Nearly 360 delegates met in Alice Springs this month for the 18th Biennial Australian Rangeland Society (ARS) Conference.
More than 20 key stakeholders from industry, government and community met in Karratha on 25 March for the first of three workshops to create a Conservation Action Plan (CAP) for the Pilbara Bioregion.
Nearly 50 people attended workshops earlier this month at Flora Valley Station, Gogo Station and Roebuck Plains Station to learn more about managing grazing pastures through plant identification.
The Spinifex Land Management ranger team joined community members from Tjuntjuntjara last month on a return to country trip on Spinifex Country, part of the Great Victoria Desert, Western Australia.
Over 45 people gathered last month on Ngarluma Country for a forum to share stories and information about the important steps in considering the formation of ranger programs to strengthen caring for country activities.
Desert rangelands information will soon be available on the NatureMap website, the most comprehensive and authoritative source of information on the distribution of Western Australia's flora and fauna.
The Pilbara Regional Biosecurity Group (RBG), which supports and coordinates pest and weed management programs, is building momentum with a new committee and Executive Officer appointed and plans in place for the coming financial year.
More than 80 people, representing 30 pastoral stations attended three recent baiting days to work collectively as a community to help combat the problem of wild dogs.