Rangelands NRM are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Kaz Collins School of the Air Photo Competition. The competition, now in its fifth year, invited children living in the bush to submit photos depicting ‘looking after the rangelands’.
The Great Victoria Desert Biodiversity Trust is pleased to announce the first round of projects to be funded in the Great Victoria Desert.
Freshwater crocodiles in Windjana Gorge National Park have been surveyed in an effort to better understand native species that will be impacted by the arrival of cane toads in the Kimberley.
The Indigenous Land Corporation is working with Nyikina Mangala Rangers to undertake erosion mitigation and fencing to protect and restore the Lake Daley lake system on Myroodah Station in the West Kimberley.
Western Australia’s seven regional NRM groups, together with the Department of Parks and Wildlife were pleased to present the inaugural WA Threatened Species Forum – held on Friday 30 October, 2015.
Over the past three years, the University of Western Australia has carried out stormwater and groundwater sampling projects around Broome’s Roebuck Bay to assess their link to toxic blue-green algae growth.
A new project will continue feral animal control measures to help protect endangered nesting turtle colonies on the Western Australian Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area.
A ‘Field Guide to Common Grasses of the Southern Rangelands’ is now available to help land managers better understand local grasses which would inform decisions about land and livestock management.