Month: March 2016

Pinjarra Clean Up Success

Pinjarra Clean Up Success

24 March 2016…Over nine cubic metres of rubbish has been removed from waterways and significant sites around Pinjarra by 50 community volunteers, as part of the month long Clean Up Peel Waterways initiative. The Clean Up participants from Peel-Harvey Catchment...
Support Continues After the Fires

Support Continues After the Fires

24 March 2016… Participants at a recent two day After the Fire Workshop held in Waroona say the innovative support program offered to local landowners has been invaluable. The free workshop, hosted by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) in partnership with the...
Dine On Healthy Crabs

Dine On Healthy Crabs

14 March 2016 … A campaign focusing on grass roots lawn care to keep the region’s famous Blue Swimmer Crabs healthy is gaining momentum. The Peel community will have the chance to get on board with the ‘Save the Crabs, Then Eat Them’ campaign in a partnership between...
Free Black Cockatoo Walk & Talk

Free Black Cockatoo Walk & Talk

8 March 2016… Community members keen to protect and create environments conducive to Black Cockatoos are invited to attend a free workshop on 16 March 2016. The workshop is being delivered by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) in partnership with City of...
Free Black Cockatoo Workshop

Free Black Cockatoo Workshop

8 March 2016… Culture, community and cockatoos are the subjects of a free Black Cockatoo training workshop being delivered by the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) in partnership with the Shire of Murray and Birdlife WA. The workshop will be held at Bindjareb Park...

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