Category: Media Releases

Small weirs provide clear benefits

Small weirs provide clear benefits

22 August 2018….Work has started on an $850,000 agricultural drainage project that will improve the health of the Peel-Harvey Estuary with flow-on benefits tipped for local farmers. The two-year Better Collaborative Drainage Management project is working with...
Technology creates new wetland art

Technology creates new wetland art

Visitors to the Cape Bouvard Winery/Brewery in Lake Clifton on the weekend enjoyed a display of aerial photos and videos that showcase the beauty of the Peel Region’s wetlands and waterways. The visual display brought together the work of two projects by the...
Community Caring for Bandicoot Brook

Community Caring for Bandicoot Brook

Look what’s happening at Bandicoot Brook! With a little help from the students at Waroona District High School, the Coolup Land Conservation District Committee (LCDC) will continue a project to protect rare flora and Nationally listed TEC’s. The National Landcare...
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...
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...

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