Seasons Greetings

The Rangelands NRM Board and staff wish everyone the best for the Christmas season and look forward to working with our partners and new collaborators in the New Year.

Extended fire information shared and extended website launched

More than 40 fire management stakeholders came together last month to hear from and share information with fire experts and practitioners working in WA’s rangelands region.

Winners announced for 2016 kids’ outback photo competition

Results are out for this year’s Kaz Collins School of the Air Photo Competition run by Rangelands NRM for children living in the outback of Western Australia.

Fire scar maps assist in prescribed burns

Fire scar maps are now available for land managers in the Fortescue catchment to assist with prescribed burn planning and wildfire incident management.

Wiluna women leading two-way science

Wiluna women are leading the implementation of fire management, Malleefowl and feral animal monitoring across three properties in the Wiluna area.

Bootcamp helps pastoralists to achieve positive changes

A rural leadership ‘bootcamp’ was held in October to build the leadership skills of land managers.

Aerial survey shows Parkinsonia treatment success

An aerial survey was carried out last month to assess the treatment effectiveness of May and August treatment cycles on Parkinsonia populations on Roy Hill Station.

Gascoyne forum makes the connection

New alliances and innovations in livestock management are creating real opportunities for sustainable business development in the northern WA beef industry.

Enhancing the sustainable management of the WA rangelands though facilitation, collaboration and delivering outcomes.