Category: Media Releases

$490,000 Funding for Environmental Projects

$490,000 Funding for Environmental Projects

  Image: Community projects such as saving the marron in the Harvey River have been funded under the State’s Community Capability Grants Local community groups have welcomed the announcement that $490,000 has been secured to fund environmental projects across the...
An Australian First in Wetland Action Planning

An Australian First in Wetland Action Planning

  The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council is set to launch Australia’s first CEPA Action Plan (Wetlands and People Plan) for a Ramsar-listed site.  The plan will promote communication, education, participation and awareness of the Peel-Yalgorup Wetland System and has...
ARC Linkage Project, Key to Estuary Protection

ARC Linkage Project, Key to Estuary Protection

2 January 2018…Have you heard about the latest progress in the ARC-Linkage Project? Peel-Harvey Catchment Council is a partner on an Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project titled, Balancing estuarine and societal health in a changing environment; a...
Bird Walk and Talk at Lake Yalgorup

Bird Walk and Talk at Lake Yalgorup

18 January 2018….A keen group of bird enthusiasts and curious community members recently joined specialists from Peel-Harvey Catchment Council, BirdLife Australia and the Mandurah Bird Observers Group at the beautiful Lake Yalgorup to discover more about this...
Birders Study Fairy Terns

Birders Study Fairy Terns

10 December 2015…Birders and decision makers from Perth metro, Bunbury and around the Peel-Yalgorup region gathered in Mandurah recently for a workshop and study tour of one of the region’s most significant resident shorebirds. In 2011, the Australian Fairy Tern...
Boost Numbat Numbers via New Grants

Boost Numbat Numbers via New Grants

Landowners are asked to get behind the Numbat Neighbourhood Project, to protect these amazing native animals, for future generations. The Peel Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) is encouraging applications for up to $15,000 for activities that remove threats, maintain,...

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