- Climate Change /Carbon
- Ferals and Native Invasives
- Indigenous Engagement
- Land Use and grazing
- Rehydration /Water
Managing projects within the scale and diversity of the natural resources of the rangelands demands investment, experience, strategy and coordination.
Data Collection Training
training to support pastoralists to calibrate & validate data to better understand & manage feed on offer (FOO) & the nutritional & environmental value of grasses. Data collected is utilised alongside satellite imagery to give pastoralists better tools to drive better outcomes.
Glenflorrie Biodiversity Survey
Biodiversity is and always will be an important component in any pastoral business. A healthy and ecologically balanced ecosystem provides the means for productivity, profitability. Now in the forefront of the global agenda; the need for biodiversity surveys to be undertaken is dramatically increasing.
Smart Farms – Revitalising the Southern Rangelands – Hillview Station
This case study is based on the Smart Farms Project Revitalising the Southern Rangelands and the pastoral industry through advanced and refined grazing management project. Here we explore the outcomes of exploring and implementing new technology and techniques at Hillview station, a regenrative pastoral station working to adapt to the continual pressures of drought and other climate pressures.
The Central WA coastline features two World Heritage Areas. Ningaloo Coast and Shark Bay, listed for exceptional natural beauty and significant biological diversity, which are under threat.
Dampier Peninsula Fire Working Group
Rangelands NRM is coordinating the Dampier Peninsula Fire Working Group, which brings together Traditional Owners, ranger groups, government agencies, not for profit organisations.
Demystifying Carbon Webinar
Carbon farming in Australia is a growing industry and is making an important contribution to reducing emissions and meeting our international obligations to the Paris Agreement.