Ranger Coordinators from two groups in the Pilbara met last month to share experiences and plan training together to achieve ranger capacity for working on Country.
Two pastoral stations in the Pilbara were recently visited to continue the roll-out of Ecologically Sustainable Rangelands Management (ESRM) Plan initiatives.
A vulnerable population of black-flanked rock wallabies have been successfully translocated to reduce risk of local extinction.
Rangelands NRM are engaged with a local Aboriginal group from Shark Bay to deliver a Land and Sea Country Management Plan for the traditional owners of Shark Bay, the Malgana People.
Pastoralists in the rangelands have begun trials using principles of ‘Rangelands Self Shepherding’ (RSS) where livestock are encouraged to modify their grazing behaviours.
The first phase of the Rangelands Self-Shepherding (RSS) trial at De Grey Station will include monitoring of the current location of cows using a newly establish ‘Taggle’ system.