What’s that and how did it get there?

What’s that and how did it get there?

Plants have an in-built ability to find water, which is great for their survival, but can sometimes cause problems for human installed infrastructure like groundwater monitoring bores .In 2021, PHCC implemented a monthly monitoring program to measure ground water...
Rushes and Sedges, Champions of Filtration

Rushes and Sedges, Champions of Filtration

What’s all the fuss about rushes and sedges?  Well, they are champions when it comes to water quality improvement. Their soil binding qualities and the way they clump together helps to slow down water flow and this helps to trap sediment. ‘’Big deal’’ you might...
Community Cleans Up for Wildlife

Community Cleans Up for Wildlife

Armed with gloves and litter picker tools, community members banded together in March to Clean Up the Peel with an impressive 366 volunteers across 17 clean up events collecting more than 1,900 kilograms of litter. With a focus on the waterways of the Peel-Harvey...
It’s back to the future for Dr Steve

It’s back to the future for Dr Steve

PHCC was successful in its application the WA State Government for a further four years of funding for the Science Advisor position, announced through the recent State Government Budget.  In response, PHCC is restructuring its team with Steve Fisher dedicating to...

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