The staff and students of Newton Moore Senior High School recently endured the heat and flies to collect illegally dumped rubbish in Bunbury’s Shearwater Tuart Forest.
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The Landcare groups receiving Strategic Groundworks funding from the South West Catchments Council are not only making a difference on the ground but also increasing the capacity of local Landcaremore >
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