While no farmer likes to see their land degraded, the cost of revegetating can sometimes outweigh productivity benefits. But a new project launched by the South West Catchments Council (SWCC) is aiming to tilt the cost/benefit ratio in the farmer’s favour. SWCC program manager Dr Mike Christensen said the...
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Get the buzz on pollination and make your place bee-autiful! WHEN: Monday 26 November 2018 WHERE: Balingup Fire Station (enter from Forrest Street) TIME: 1pm to 4.15pm RSVP: Places are limited. Register by Friday 23 November. Email [email protected], Mobile 0448 939 307 Afternoon tea provided Learn more about native...
Farmers can learn more about the benefits, costs and risks associated with forage shrubs and what varieties best suit soils and climate at a SWCC workshop in Woodanilling on 16 April. Keynote speaker and animal research scientist Dr Dean Revell will share insights into his Eureka Prize-winning ‘Enrich’ project...
Find out how forage shrubs and pollination in canola can increase production… WHERE: Woodanilling Pavilion COST: Free WORKSHOP PRESENTERS: Dr Dean Revell outlines the benefits, costs and risks associated with forage shrubs and varieties to suit your soils and climate. John Karasinski speaks on the economic importance of honey...
Exploring the connection between Aboriginal culture and pollination is the focus of a SWCC workshop on Wednesday 5 June at Barrabup Pool near Nannup. Wadandi/Pibulmun cultural custodian Iszaac Webb of the Undalup Association will share his traditional ecological knowledge and understanding of the location with participants. SWCC project manager...
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST! Walk and talk with Wadandi/Pibulmun cultural custodian Iszaac (Waalitj) Webb and learn more about pollinators, traditional ecological knowledge and the Aboriginal continuous connection to Country. WHEN: Wed, 5 June 2019 WHERE: Barrabup Pool, Nannup This project is supported by...
The importance of keeping dead wood in your bushland 26 August, 2020
Keeping fallen trees, branches and debris in your ...
Community survey dramatically improves understanding of Carnaby’s cockatoo breeding areas in the South West region 26 August, 2020
Community members across the South West Catchments...
Supporting farmers to make the transition to regenerative agriculture 26 August, 2020
South West Catchments Council (SWCC) has released ...
- Aboriginal Consultation and Engagement: Guidelines for Environmental Management Practitioners in the South West
- Community Engagement and Communications Strategy: January 2016 to January 2018
- Biodiversity Refugia and Linkages 2015 - 2018 Fact Sheet
- A river flows through it
- Carbon Farming Awareness 2012 - 2016 Fact Sheet
- Feral Pig Control 2012 - 2016 Fact Sheet
- Regional Landcare Facilitator 2015 - 2018 Fact Sheet
- Ruabon-Tutunup Corridor 2011 - 2018 Fact Sheet
- 2016 South West Celebration Evaluation Report
- 2015 South West Celebration Evaluation Report