Month: March 2015

WA Chief Scientist Checks Catchment Health

WA Chief Scientist Checks Catchment Health

The decline in the ecological health of the Peel-Harvey estuary, which experts say hasn’t been adequately addressed since the creation of the Dawesville Cut, was the focus of a visit this week by the Chief Scientist of Western Australia, Professor Peter Klinken. The...
Ministerial Briefings Highlight NRM Advocacy

Ministerial Briefings Highlight NRM Advocacy

Staff from the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council have stepped up advocacy on matters relevant to regional natural resource management within the catchment, holding three separate ministerial briefings this month. Chair Jan Star said productive meetings had been held with...
Healthy Farms, Healthy Waterways

Healthy Farms, Healthy Waterways

Photo: Dr Robert Summers, Jan Star, Dion Nicol, Matt Giraudo, Dr Carlos Ocampo at the Healthy Farms Healthy Waterways event. More than 30 guests attended an evening presentation by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council at the Waroona Resource Community Centre entitled...
Cockatoo Care Explained

Cockatoo Care Explained

Do you know your Carnaby’s from your Baudin’s? Participants at free Cockatoo Training Workshops this month will learn this and more. The events will focus on the identification, habitat needs and food resources across the wider landscape, and will also include...

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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