Month: June 2019

WA’s Native animals win out over Feral Cats

WA’s Native animals win out over Feral Cats

The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council applauds the State Government decision to list feral cats as a declared pest under the Biosecurity and Agricultural Management Act 2007. “The collective efforts to protect Western Australia’s biodiversity has just had a significant...
We are updating our NRM Strategy!

We are updating our NRM Strategy!

It is hard to believe it has been nearly 5 years since we published our first NRM Strategy for the Peel-Harvey Region.  Our Binjareb Boodja Landscapes 2025 has provided the framework for Natural Resource Management across our patch since April 2015 and it’s time for...
River Health Assessments underway…

River Health Assessments underway…

In the past 12 months the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation have undertaken three (3) River Health Assessments on the Serpentine River providing our projects with baseline information on what fish, macro invertebrates, crayfish etc. are in various parts...
Greening Farms, Saltbush Field Day

Greening Farms, Saltbush Field Day

Fifteen farmers from across the Catchment recently attended a Saltbush Field Day aimed at providing new insights into the use of saltbush, a drought tolerant native species grown throughout Australia as a fodder crop for sheep and cattle. Planting of saltbush on farms...

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