- Climate Change /Carbon
- Ferals and Native Invasives
- Indigenous Engagement
- Land Use and grazing
- Rehydration /Water
Introduced weeds are a major threat to the natural environment, impacting biodiversity, ecosystem function, soil and water quality. Invading land making it less productive, competing for sapce, nutrients and sunlight as well as choking waterways, poisoning and harming native animals and stock. Coordinated efforts to remove weeds across property borders and across country by land managers and indigenous Rangers.
Finding common ground to protect Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area
The project will work to immediately address current issues with predators (cats, feral dogs, foxes) which are impacting on the two largest mainland nesting sites of Loggerhead turtles in WA.
Reducing risks to bilby habitat across the northern rangelands
Rangelands NRM will facilitate the engagement of Traditional Owners, Indigenous Rangers and pastoralists into complementary initiatives to address known threats.
Weed control for threatened species habitat
The Pilbara Mesquite Management Committee (PMMC) has been operating locally in the Pilbara region since 2001, working primarily with land managers to battle weed issues on pastoral leases, mining tenements and conservation estates.
The Fortescue River catchment in Western Australia’s Pilbara region is the focus of this six-year project to protect and improve existing native vegetation and manage threats to biodiversity.
Starting in 2012, the Aquila project’s aims to eradicate rubber vine infestation in the West Kimberley on the lower Fitzroy River.
Members of Norseman’s Ngadju community are working to protect and conserve the vulnerable malleefowl and care for key sites in the Great Western Woodlands (GWW) of WA.