Month: April 2019

Wattle & Quoll #1

Wattle & Quoll #1

Welcome to the very first edition of Wattle & Quoll. PHCC’s bi-monthly newsletter full of information about sustainable farming, managing our natural areas and our special flora and fauna, funding opportunities, activities, project updates and more. This...
Strategic Meeting

Strategic Meeting

We had a fabulous Strategic Planning Day on 21 February.  Following our general meeting, we had a range of excellent guests speak and present to help inform us on their strategic directions, collaborative opportunities and critical issues for the Peel-Harvey.  The...
Managing our Forests – For What?

Managing our Forests – For What?

In an effort to increase awareness of the plight of our forests, we recently welcomed speakers on “Managing our Forests – For What?” through our S.H.A.R.E (Social, Help, Action and Resources for the Environment) in the Shed series. Our guest speakers provoked thought...
Mike Griffiths

Mike Griffiths

Mike commenced with us last month as our Wetland Restoration Officer and he is tasked with delivering the on-ground components of our Wetlands and People Project.A little bit about Mike:Mike developed a passion for birds and wildlife as a youngster growing up in the...

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