Regenerative Agriculture Conference shown overwhelming support

News: September 27th, 2019

The inaugural Regenerative Agriculture Conference, presented by Perth NRM and RegenWA, was an outstanding success, in terms of being fully subscribed (with a waiting list on tickets) and in delivering a conference that both galvanised support for creating more sustainable food systems, from farm to consumer, and rehabilitating the regions.…Find out more

Djilba in the hills

Jorgensen Park, Kalamunda – Saturday 21 Sept 19

It’s Djilba, the time of second rains when the wattles are blooming to signal the start of wildflower season in the Perth region. On a cool and sunny Saturday morning up in the hills of Kalamunda, 21 participants joined Perth NRM and the City of Kalamunda to learn about Noongar…Find out more

Threatened Species: Into the Wild for Western Swamp Tortoises

News: August 30, 2019

On August 23rd, 2019, Perth NRM was privileged to participate in the release of 73 Western Swamp Tortoises, bred at Perth Zoo, into the Moore River Nature Reserve. Over 70 participants were part of the release, including representatives from Perth Zoo, Parks and Wildlife (DBCA), Perth NRM, Friends of the…Find out more

Salter Point popular with restoration volunteers (SCRR2)

The Salter Point foreshore restoration site is proving very popular, and work days are often oversubscribed.

Published 30/08/2019 Images (left): CVA Images (below): Bronwyn Scallan, Perth NRM The City of South Perth and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA), with the support of the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation, have been working collaboratively to enhance ecological performance of foreshore areas adjacent to the Swan and Canning Rivers. Volunteers…Find out more

Bardon Park volunteers contribute to Swan Canning River Recovery

Swan Canning River Recovery Project

Published 28 August, 2019. Maylands residents and volunteers from the Friends of Bardon Park joined City of Bayswater staff on Sunday, 4 August to plant 3000 native seedlings at the iconic Bardon Park wetlands. The planting day was part of the Bardon Park Wetlands Swan Canning River Restoration project (SCRR2),…Find out more

Regenerative Agriculture Conference

11th of September, 2019 @ Optus Stadium

REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE CONFERENCE Investing in our Food Future Date: September 11, 2019 Venue: Optus Stadium, Burswood, WA Tickets: From $195 https://www.regenwa.com/events/regenerative-agriculture-conference/ The inaugural Regenerative Agriculture Conference will bring together a cross section of our food industry stakeholders, including regenerative agriculture practitioners, researchers, government agencies and the investment sector with the…Find out more

Federal grant opportunities with Communities Environment Program

News: August 2nd, 2019

The Communities Environment Program, first announced by the Federal Government in March 2019, released its Grant Opportunity Guidelines this week. The program provides each electorate throughout the country up to $150,000 to fund small, community-led environment projects that address local environmental priorities. To be eligible, your community group must be: (a) Invited…Find out more

Education and the New Normal (Part 1) – Jason Pitman

By Jason Pitman, Perth NRM Environment Project Coordinator

When we ponder the question ‘what is nature?’, it is usually through the lens of what we see today, not what nature was a decade or even 100 years ago. Think of the last experience you had with nature. What would these places have looked like during your grandparent’s time?…Find out more

Education and the New Normal (Part 2) – Jason Pitman

By Jason Pitman, Perth NRM Environment Project Coordinator

Teaching Environmental Education Teachers can be powerful proponents for environmental education, but they need the support of their school and the wider community. Perth has over 600 schools, and with the right approach we can empower our teachers to support our students in leading environmental action. Many teachers are keen…Find out more

Smart Farms update for the North of Perth Food Zone

Soil moisture sensing program to tackle increasing water restrictions.

This project is supported by Perth NRM through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program and the City of Wanneroo, with the Department of Primary Industry and Regional Development, Wildeye and vegetablesWA.   Overview In 2018 the National Landcare Program and the City of Wanneroo funded Perth NRM to assess…Find out more

The 1%. Or why every little bit counts.

What is permeabilty in the context of fragmentation, climate change and resilience? Author: Luke McMillan, Perth NRM Environment Program Manager (May 2019) We already know that urban development and land clearing is a challenge for our native ecosystems, and there is hope that future developments will incorporate ‘wildlife corridors’, but our…Find out more

Jason Pitman wins Environment and Sustainability Award

Perth NRM is delighted that the Seven News Young Achiever Awards has recognised the work of Jason Pitman (Environment Team, Strategy Coordinator) with the Scott Print Environment and Sustainability Award. “This award was incredibly meaningful for me, and further encourages my efforts to support our communities in delivering such fantastic work…Find out more