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Kellie Beckwith

Kellie Beckwith

Manager Corporate Services/Executive Support In 2012 Kellie emigrated with her husband and 2 young daughters to Perth Australia from the UK for a new adventure in the sunshine, and now 10yrs on can honestly say that Australia is her home. Kellie’s background is the...
Seeds glorious seeds

Seeds glorious seeds

Local Binjareb Winjan Rangers and PHCC staff have been collecting, cleaning and storing seed from local Banksia Woodlands for future restoration projects. Seed collection is a skilled and time-consuming activity, and an important objective of PHCC’s ‘World for...
Pest Predators Target Hollow Logs

Pest Predators Target Hollow Logs

Hollow logs and fallen tree limbs provide important refuges and are a great place to set up remote cameras to detect native fauna, unfortunately foxes and cats also frequent these to search for prey. In Australia feral cats and foxes have been implicated in...
Local Farmers Look to Save Money and our Waterways

Local Farmers Look to Save Money and our Waterways

COVID restrictions meant a much anticipated farmer workshop investigating soil status had to be held virtually in 2022. Farmers were able to draw on knowledge from experts in soil fertility to understand their soil requirements for the season ahead. A total of 32...
“Wash My Soul in the River’s Flow”

“Wash My Soul in the River’s Flow”

Words from the legendary Archie Roach remind us that the cultural significance of natural assets in our catchment is strongly connected to its rivers and creeks. The Williams River is found within the boundary of the Wiilman Noongar dialectal group of the Gnaala Karla...
Question – When is a lake not a lake?

Question – When is a lake not a lake?

Answer – when it’s an ephemeral wetland. So, what’s an ephemeral wetland? An ephemeral wetland is one that naturally cycles between wet and dry due to seasonal changes in rainfall and temperature-driven evaporation rates. Lake McLarty is a prime example of this type...
New way to explore Lake Clifton

New way to explore Lake Clifton

There is a new experience for visitors to Lake Clifton in the Yalgorup National Park. The Lake Clifton-Herron Residents Association with support from DBCA have recently completed works at a new day use area at the Lake Clifton Lime Kiln featuring a new walk trail,...

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