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Farmers fertilise minds to fertilise farms

Farmers fertilise minds to fertilise farms

Twenty-seven farmers from across the Peel-Harvey have been discovering exactly what their soils require to achieve maximum production while protecting local waterways. Participating farmers attended the workshop held on 18 February in Waroona to receive colour coded...

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Ramsar Report Card Released

Ramsar Report Card Released

The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council has launched the first Report Card on the health of the Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar Site (Ramsar 482). The Report Card reinforces the concerns held by the catchment council for the health of our internationally significant wetlands. The...

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We are hiring!

We are hiring!

Are you bursting to play a lead role in the collaborative management of the Peel-Harvey Catchment’s Land Conservation and Sustainable Agriculture program? The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council is calling for applications from skilled and motivated people to guide their...

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Are you the Peel-Harvey 2020 Soil Health Champion?

Are you the Peel-Harvey 2020 Soil Health Champion?

If so, would you like to be rewarded with travel, event tickets, and accommodation to attend the 2020 Talkin' Soil Health Conference held in York on the 12th-13th March 2020. A Soil Health Champion is a farmer who is an inspiration to those around them. They have a...

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Hotham Williams NRM Partnerships Turn One

Hotham Williams NRM Partnerships Turn One

A benchmark collaboration in natural resource management in the Hotham-Williams, has just celebrated its first birthday.  Just over a year ago, the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC), together with its corporate and local government partners, launched two...

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Wetlands Weekender

Wetlands Weekender

A mini-festival that celebrates our beautiful Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar Wetland and the amazing wildlife that inhabits these waterways. The festival program kicks off on Friday the 11th of October with a variety of fun activities planned for around the wetland and during...

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