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Landcare matters – September 2016

Landcarematters – A monthly update on Natural Resource Management (NRM) in the Hotham-Williams subcatchment.

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Landcare matters – August 2016

Welcome to the latest edition of Landcarematters – an update on NRM in the Hotham-Williams subcatchment.

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Plan, Prepare and Prosper Workshops

Government of WA , Department of Agriculture and Food

Primary Producers in the Serpentine/Jarrahdale and Peel Region are invited to participate in a series of Plan Prepare and Prosper workshops. This series is a facilitated strategic planning process that will help primary production businesses to assess their business and determine the best course of action in response to known and projected challenges to business performance.  This course follows on from the very successful Plan Prepare and Prosper workshops held recently in Waroona in June 2016.

When:             6 x 8hr sessions (2 days per week starting soon)

Tranche 1:       1 and 2 August; 8 and 9 August; 22 and 23 August

Cost:               Free. 10 PLACES AVAILABLE

Where:            To be confirmed – it will be based on number of registrations received

Register at:

For more information click here 


PHCC Seeking WQIP Manager

Water Quality Improvement Program Manager

We are currently advertising for skilled and motivated Environmental Engineers and Water Quality project managers to play a leading role in a ground-breaking environmental water project. The successful applicant will become our Water Quality Improvement Program Manager delivering projects that improve the environmental health of the Peel-Harvey Catchment.

If you enjoy working closely with a team of professional, highly effective NRM practitioners hell-bent on protecting and enhancing our waterways, pride yourself in your ability to manage and delivery water quality projects with multiple project partners within time and budget, are proactive and super efficient, this is your job.

Applications close 10am Tuesday 12 July. See link below:

For further information click here

Hotham Williams Landcarematters Newsletter July 2016

Welcome to the first edition of Landcarematters – a monthly update on Natural Resource Management (NRM) in the Hotham-Williams subcatchment.

NRM refers to the management of natural resources such as land, water, soils, plants and animals. It brings together landuse planning, water management, biodiversity conservation and the future sustainability of industries such as agriculture, mining, tourism, fisheries and forestry.

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PHCC Releases Pinjarra Clean Up Australia Video

Every year, Clean Up Australia‬ events encourage and inspire local people to help clean up their community spaces.

This ‪video‬ shot at the ‪Pinjarra‬ Clean Up Australia Day demonstrates how members of our local community were willing to come together to do something to help protect and care for the area that they live and work in.

While the site in this video has recorded improvements, across Peel Waterways the amount of rubbish picked up each year is increasing dramatically. Great work, everyone!

S.H.A.R.E Feral Animal Control

Feral animals are the single biggest threat to Australia’s native animals and feral cats alone are already implicated in the extinction of more than 20 Australian mammals. On Thursday 19 May 2016 the PHCC through its S.H.A.R.E (Social, Help, Action and Resources for the environment) series, presented an informative session for our community on Feral Animal Control. Find out more by viewing the presentation by PHCC’s Regional Landcare Facilitator, Luke Rogers here

Home River Ocean TV Commercials

The Home River Ocean campaign is an initiative of the South West Catchments Council (SWCC) and is a collaborative partnership with the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council and others.

Peel-Harvey garden lovers are being urged to create crab friendly lawns in the ongoing ‘Save the Crabs, Then Eat Them’ campaign – the overarching message of the Home River Ocean campaign which encourages residents to think about how and when they fertilise their lawns – for the sake of our waterways and crabs.

Watch the television commericals here and meet Crusty and Chrisso – they’re quite the characters!

The Shed

The Jetty

The Chat




Banksia Woodlands – PHCC Submission Released

The Federal Government has opened a public comment period for listing the Banksia Woodlands on the Swan Coastal Plain as a threatened ecological community.  Submissions are due 13 May 2016.  To view ours, click here:


Fairy Tern Conservation Strategy for SW Coast


J.N. Dunlop (Conservation Council WA)

Click here to see the pdf.


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