Intrepid Landcare came to Bunbury on 5 May to spark creativity in the way young people are engaged in environmental action. Environmental leaders from around the South West attended the free workshop, including representatives from the Green Army, Leschenault Catchment Council and Katanning Landcare. The Intrepid Landcare facilitators, Naomi...
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The Landcare groups receiving Strategic Groundworks funding from the South West Catchments Council (SWCC) are not only increasing the capacity of local Landcare Coordinators but also making a difference on the ground. GeoCatch has partnered with the City of Busselton to continue working on revegetating a reserve vested in...
Responsible cat ownership in Busselton 12 January, 2021
(via GeoCatch) Kitty Cat School came to Busselton ...
Rotational Grazing Training Opportunity Opens 17 December, 2020
Expressions of interest are now open to take part ...
Options to improve farm water storage and capture 17 December, 2020
It is no secret that the Western Australian grain ...
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