Nearly 40 people attended the inaugural cross-regional NRM Fire Forum last month to share, discuss and learn from each other’s experiences across the WA rangelands.
A series of seminars will take place in Kununurra and Broome next month to highlight some of the biodiversity research projects taking place in the Kimberley.
Traditional Owners are working to support rare and threatened fauna in remote Western Australia through combining traditional knowledge with contemporary science.
Onshore dolphins is the topic of the second ‘Science on the Broome Coast’ talks that will take place at Broome Public Library on 9 April 2014 from 7-8pm.
Seven community groups in the WA rangelands will receive support for small projects to build capacity and community engagement in 2014.
Meet the Rangelands NRM staff