Initial self-herding work shows promising results

An initial trial in the Pilbara using the principles of Rangelands Self-Herding (RSH) has shown promising results.

Ngadju training program prepares for managing Country

Ngadju Conservation have been busy with varied land management training activities as they progress with their Malleefowl and Invasive Weed program that is enabling them to manage their Country.

Community groups unite to weed endangered Kimberley ecosystem

A collaboration to manage the weeds threatening the Endangered Monsoon Vine Thickets of Cape Leveque, Kimberley, is bearing fruit.

Desert mobs gather to share experiences and ideas

Representatives from many of the organisations working with indigenous rangers in natural resource management in the deserts rangelands met at the recent 2014 IUCN World Parks Congress.

Optunoid cacti now declared pest in WA

Sixteen species of Optunoid cacti were ‘declared’ as pest species in Western Australia last month.

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