Month: June 2019

Its reveg time in the Peel-Harvey

Its reveg time in the Peel-Harvey

For a lot of people on the land, June and July mean revegetation time. The soil is typically damp and the days are cool. The rains have usually started in earnest (if they’re going to start at all!) and the days are cooler – which is exactly what the tender...
Community Cleans Up Ramsar 482

Community Cleans Up Ramsar 482

Another successful Clean Up Peel Waterways Month has taken place across the Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar Wetlands during March.  Peel Harvey Catchment Council coordinated the month-long Clean Up Peel Waterways Event in collaboration with Friends of River Peel. This year...
Will Desmond the Dung Beetle save the World?

Will Desmond the Dung Beetle save the World?

Perhaps not, but we are pretty excited to be working with North Dandalup Primary School students to breed Dung Beetles which will then be provided to landholders along the Serpentine River. The North Dandalup students are doing some great projects to learn about the...
Stints are Rad

Stints are Rad

The Stints are Rad project is an educational program designed to teach students about the amazing migratory shorebirds that travel to our Ramsar-listed Peel-Yalgorup Wetland System. The Red-Necked Stint is one of these amazing birds. Weighing approximately 25 grams,...
Performance for our Planet

Performance for our Planet

The Perth Town Hall came alive with stunning music and visuals for the “Performance for our Planet” event which included PHCC’s film “Wetlands from Above.” The Perth Symphony Orchestra provided a live musical accompaniment to a series of short films that took us on a...

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