Month: January 2016

Perth and Peel Green Growth Plan – Public Forum

Perth and Peel Green Growth Plan – Public Forum

  VENUE CHANGED TO TUCKEY ROOM, MANDURAH CITY CIVIC CENTRE, 83 MANDURAH TERRACE,  DUE TO OVERWHELMING DEMAND…   • A detailed Strategic Assessment by the WA Government is open for public comment until early April • The Strategic Assessment addresses the...
Lone Eagle Symbolises Wetlands Significance

Lone Eagle Symbolises Wetlands Significance

21 January 2016… In celebration of World Wetlands Day on Tuesday 2 February 2016, the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) joined award-winning photographer David Rennie when he presented Andrew Hastie, Member for Canning with one of his all-time favourite...
NRM Grants Totalling $141,000 for Peel-Harvey

NRM Grants Totalling $141,000 for Peel-Harvey

19 January 2016… Local Landcare groups and farmers will share in over $141,000 in community environment grants for natural resource management projects administered by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) under the Australian Government’s National Landcare...
Media Statement – Waroona Bushfires

Media Statement – Waroona Bushfires

13 January 2016…The region’s peak natural resource management (NRM) body, the Peel Harvey Catchment Council, has issued the following statement relating to the Waroona bushfires: Peel-Harvey Catchment Council chairman Andy Gulliver said the PHCC’s staff will meet with...
PHCC Welcomes New Board Members

PHCC Welcomes New Board Members

13 January 2016…The region’s peak natural resource management (NRM) body, the Peel Harvey Catchment Council, has announced 2016 board member appointments. Two local government agency representatives were re-appointed for a further two year term: Cr Carolyn Knight from...

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