Month: January 2015

Wake Up to World Wetlands Day

Wake Up to World Wetlands Day

Living next to an internationally important wetland system is something Peel residents can treasure and celebrate on 2 February 2015 during World Wetlands Day. The date is celebrated around the world each year to mark the anniversary of the signing of the Ramsar...
Survey Input Secures Hamper for Alex

Survey Input Secures Hamper for Alex

  Mandurah, 27 January 2015…Local Williams resident Alex Watt’s input on the draft Hotham-Williams Natural Resource Management Plan being undertaken by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council has earned him a $200 Marradong Country produce hamper. Over 1700 community...
Ministerial Visit Acknowledges PHCC Status

Ministerial Visit Acknowledges PHCC Status

Jane O’Malley, CEO, Jan Star, Chair, pictured with Hon. Greg Hunt, Don Randall MHR Canning Mandurah, 15 January 2015…The board and staff of Peel-Harvey Catchment Council were delighted to welcome a visit from the Federal Minister for the Environment, the...
Nutrient Trial Successful in Peel-Harvey

Nutrient Trial Successful in Peel-Harvey

Mandurah, 17 February 2015… The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC), in partnership with the Department of Water and the Water Corporation, has significantly reduced nutrient discharge from the Waroona Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) as a result of its...
Turning Water Into Wood

Turning Water Into Wood

Mandurah, 7 January 2014…Seventeen people recently attended a workshop on Farm Water Management, “Turning Water into Wood” at Neil Kentish’s property in Serpentine. Entitled ‘A Landholder’s Perspective’ and presented by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council, the day...

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We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present