Saturday 8th June, Leighton Beach, Fremantle
9.00 am start. Location: Meet in the car park alongside the Fremantle SLC. Look for the Perth NRM Banner.
The Friends of Fremantle beaches will be planting native species at the beach to protect the dunes and would like you to join in the fun!
No need to sign up, just come along at 9am. Tools, gloves, morning tea and lunch provided. Please wear enclosed shoes and a hat.
This event is supported by the City of Fremantle and the Perth NRM Coastal and Marine Program.
Saturday 15 June 2019
9am start at C. Y. O’Connor Beach in Cockburn. Access from McTaggart Cove, off Cockburn Road.
Plants, tools, gloves and lunch provided.
Perth NRM Coastcare, Conservation Volunteers Australia and the City of Cockburn will be planting coastal species at C. Y. O’Connor Beach, Cockburn and would like all interested community members to join in the fun and help conserve our precious coastal reserves.
Please wear enclosed footwear, a hat and bring along a water bottle.
This event supported by the City of Cockburn and the Perth NRM Coastal and Marine Program.
It’s Makuru – the first rains! Perth NRM, Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, and the Friends of the Spectacles are hosting a Noongar Six Season Talk and planting activity at The Spectacles. To teach us about Makuru and Noongar culture, Elder Noel Nannup with be sharing his stories and showing us how nature is an important guide to changes during the year, and how the Noongar Six Seasons promote understanding of the life cycles of plants and animals.
Parking available at the gravel car park on McLaughlan Road. Please see the map when registering for the event for the location.
Join with Kwinana Beach Coastcare Group and community volunteers and plant coastal species to protect the coast. Please wear enclosed shoes and a hat.
This event is supported by the City of Kwinana, Kwinana Industries Council and Perth NRM.
Coastal Planting Day
Sunday 14th July 2019
9.00 am start at Singleton BeachCommunity volunteers will be planting coastal species at Singleton Beach and would like you to join in the fun.
Gloves, tools and lunch provided. Please wear sturdy shoes and a hat and bring a water bottle (Children are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult).
Singleton Beach Coastcare, Shah Satnam Ji Green ‘S’ Welfare Force, City of Rockingham and Perth NRM will all be there.
This event is supported by the City of Rockingham and the Perth NRM Coastal and Marine Program.
Join us for the inaugural Regenerative Agricultural Conference, demonstrating practical approaches to farming that will allow Western Australia to provide safe and healthy food, using innovative sustainability practices.
While food security has been raised as an issue at other events, the 2019 Regenerative Agriculture Conference will be the first to lay the groundwork for industry-led solutions to meet the challenges of population growth and responsible environmental management.
This is your chance to meet the innovative producers from RegenWA, understand the productivity constraints and challenges of ‘business-as-usual’ farming practices, and participate in building a strategic plan for investing in the future.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.