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2014

  • South West Catchments Council farewells Bill Bennell

    South West Catchments Council farewells Bill Bennell
    Bill is a Ballardong Nyungar man. He started work with SWCC in July 2002 as Indigenous Land Management Facilitator. In 2006 he took on the role of Stakeholder and Program Manager and in 2009 became 
  • Not-for-profit groups encouraged to help preserve Aboriginal Sites

    $250,000 is available through the Department of Aboriginal Affairs to not-for-profit organisations committed to the preservation and protection of important and significant Aboriginal Sites in WA 
  • Noongar Stories from Forrestdale Lake

    In a new Perth Region NRM film, Noongar elders Vivienne and Mort Hansen share their stories about how Noongar people once relied on the wetlands for food, water and shelter. 
  • Conference audience captivated by Aboriginal presenters

    Conference audience captivated by Aboriginal presenters
    Presenting during the Aboriginal engagement session at the ‘Tipping Point’ Conference in Busselton on 9 May, David Collard, Bevan Gray, Les Schultz and Zac Webb had the audience captivated. 
  • Come to the Tipping Point Conference

    Come to the Tipping Point Conference
    Aboriginal engagement is the topic of a concurrent session at this year’s State NRM ‘Tipping Point' Conference. The session, will showcase the work of five groups working in Aboriginal NRM 
  • Your Way Our Way

    Your Way Our Way
    Perth Region NRM is pleased to announce the upcoming Your Way - Our Way Aboriginal consultation workshop to be held at the South Perth Community Hall on Wednesday 5 March 2014 10am to 4pm 
  • FREE Cultural Awareness Workshops

    FREE Cultural Awareness Workshops
    Workshops will be held by the South West Catchments Council (SWCC) this February. Boyup Brook - Wednesday 12 February; Katanning - Thursday 13 February; Walpole - Friday 14 February.