Seasons Greetings from the State NRM Program
Funds to protect natural resources
Community Gardens Grants 2015-16
Volunteers boost natural resources management
Environmental heroes honoured at 2015 Western Australian Landcare Awards
Nine of the state's most impressive environmental achievements have been recognised at the 2015 Western Australian Landcare Awards, with the winners representing the diverse work of the landcare movement with activities ranging from sustainable farming practices to rehabilitation of coastal sites.
Panel Discussions Stimulate Conversation at State NRM Conference
Technology, community engagement and investment in natural resource management (NRM) are among key topics selected landcare experts will discuss at special interactive panel sessions during the upcoming State NRM Conference being held in Mandurah from 21-23 September 2015.
Green Army Teams Glimpse Landcare Future at State NRM Conference
2015 WA Landcare Awards finalists annnounced
Congratulations to the finalists in the 2015 WA Landcare Awards.
The winners will be announced at a gala dinner on Tuesday, 22 September 2015, in conjunction with the State NRM Conference in Mandurah.
Finding the Balance
A keynote address by respected Natural Resource Management (NRM) advocate Dr Carmen Lawrence will stimulate and inspire delegates, and lead a strong line-up of guest and regional speakers at the State NRM Conference to be held in Mandurah 21-23 September.
With a focus to drive sustainable action into the future, the conference theme Finding the Balance: Healthy Environment, Productive Economy, will promote critical thought and challenge society's growing struggle with the restoration and protection of our environment - with a swelling population underpinned by economic desires.
2015-16 Community Action Grants applications extended
The State NRM Office is pleased to advise that the application period for the 2015-16 Community Action Grants has been extended by one week. Applications now close at midday Monday 31 August 2015.
State boost to preserve our natural resources
The State Government today announced a $24 million investment that will help protect and enhance Western Australia's natural resources through the State Natural Resource Management (NRM) program.
Agriculture and Food Minister Ken Baston said the program supported many diverse projects, mostly carried out by volunteers who played a vital role in caring for our natural resources.
Get Grant Ready
Get Grant Ready
The 2015 State Natural Resource Management Program grants will be opening soon.
Students teach politicians about Dieback
Landcare Awards now open
It's time to nominate a group or someone you know that's been doing great work to protect the environment.
There are nine awards categories to choose from, to fit any kind of Landcare project or local hero, and all winners will be finalists in the 2016 National Landcare Awards.
Entries close 31 May
To find out more or to nominate visit www.landcareonline.com.au