Month: July 2016

Community funded to restore Tunbridge Gully

Community funded to restore Tunbridge Gully

  Image: PHCC’s Hotham Williams NRM Co-ordinator Mel Durack surveying weeds at Tunbridge Gully A collaborative community project has secured $79,865 over three (3) years to improve the health of Tunbridge Gully and the Hotham River in Boddington.  The funding will...
$490,000 Funding for Environmental Projects

$490,000 Funding for Environmental Projects

  Image: Community projects such as saving the marron in the Harvey River have been funded under the State’s Community Capability Grants Local community groups have welcomed the announcement that $490,000 has been secured to fund environmental projects across the...
Green Army Restoring Murray River Banks

Green Army Restoring Murray River Banks

Image: Members of the Green Army teams are assisting landholders on the Murray River to repair riverbanks. Partnerships between Green Army Teams, Shire of Murray, Department of Lands, the Peel-Harvey  Catchment Council (PHCC) and local landholders are helping to...
Plan, Prepare and Prosper Workshops

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...
Landholder Engagement Supports Erosion Control

Landholder Engagement Supports Erosion Control

Image: Peel-Harvey Catchment Council project officer Johanne Garvey and landholder Gordon McLarty inspect recent fencing to support erosion control along the Murray River.  4 July 2016… Local landholders are continuing to support the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council...

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