Innovative GPS collars track cattle, land and fire impacts in North Kimberley

A North Kimberley project is using GPS cattle collars to track cattle responses to prescriptive burning programs and inform producers of how their cattle react to fires and how they are using recently burnt areas.

Wiluna women managing country with ‘cool’ burns

A team of Wiluna women are using fire to manage important habitats and reduce the impact of large summer fires at Ululla in Western Australia’s Murchison region.

Camerons Cave water and ecology investigation extends knowledge of threatened species

Scientists have been undertaking work to increase their knowledge of threatened species living in underground caves in the north-west rangelands of Western Australia.

New native plant guide for the Goldfields promotes bushland conservation

The Kalgoorlie Urban Landcare Group (KBULG)'s new native plant guide aims to increase awareness and knowledge of native and threatened species in the Goldfields.

Producers beef-up down south

Seven beef producers from Western Australia’s Gascoyne region visited the state's south-west recently to gain a better understanding of supply chain requirements and investigate branding opportunities for their beef.

Malleefowl conservation in the southern rangelands supports national efforts

Two new projects in the southern rangelands of Western Australia are helping to protect the Malleefowl, a ground nesting bird unique to southern Australia.

Collaboration on strategies for cane toad suppression

Researchers, WA state government officers, Indigenous rangers and community are working in collaboration to determine how to tackle the spread of cane toads across the Kimberley, as well educating the public about the threat of cane toads and their movement.

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