Ever wonder where feral cats sleep?

Through our Farmers for Fauna Project, we get calls and emails from farmers who have spotted native fauna including numbats, chuditch, bush-stone curlews and quenda. These native fauna populations in some areas are increasing due to efforts in feral cat and fox...

Community come together to talk estuary health

In October, The Peel-Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) and The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation (DWER) invited our local community to come together for the second annual Estuary Forum to find out about the current science on the health of the estuary and...

Popanyinning – Hard to say, nice to stay!

The small town of Popanyinning is close to the eastern extent of the Peel-Harvey Catchment and home to one of eight Hotham-Williams River Action Plan (RAP) sites which we have been introducing you to in recent months. The Hotham River is located between the township...

Woodlands for Wildlife Workshop a hit

Dryandra Woodland National Park was the perfect location for our recent Woodlands for Wildlife Workshop where Simon Cherriman presented to 29 interested local landholders and community members. Simon Cherriman, author of Hollowed Out, spoke about tree hollows, habitat...

Soil sampling in full swing!

Soil sampling for this year’s Sustainable Agriculture Fertiliser Management program intake is in full swing.  Participating farmers can choose to have staff from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) take soil samples on their...

Fabulous SJ Food Farm Fest

PHCC is proud to support our community celebrate the regions ability to produce food and create sustainable farms with the Serpentine Jarrahdale Food & Farm Alliances “2022 Food & Farm Fest”. A packed line-up of competitions and lots entertainment gave people...

Feral Pig Control under the spotlight

Feral pigs are a significant biosecurity risk to Australia and a coordinated approach to monitoring and controlling them in WA is needed if we want to reduce their impact. The Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) organised a meeting in...

We acknowledge the Noongar people as Traditional Custodians of this land and pay our respects to all Elders past and present