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Welcome to Perth NRM's news and media releases page. We cover a range of project updates, news and feature articles.

Perth NRM providing greater food security to consumers

Ever wondered whether that avocado you ate or that carrot you bought was from Western Australia?

Food Future

Sustainability indicator platform

Perth NRM’s Food Future Program engages students at Perth schools

Students were able to learn about these topics as well receive information about possible careers in Agriculture, the importance of soil and bees, as well other aspects of farming in WA.

Perth NRM leading the way for a more secure food future for WA

Food Future WA, an initiative of Perth NRM, today hosted the WA Food Future Alliance, at Technology Park Function Centre, Bentley.

Wanneroo Jobs Summit developing future food models

The Wanneroo Jobs Summit was held at Mindarie Marina early in June

Towards a WA Food Agenda

Perth NRM recently partnered with the City of Wanneroo to facilitate the ‘Towards a WA Food Agenda’ workshop.

What is Food Future WA

Food Future is an initiative of Perth NRM and forms one of it's three main programs. Food Future is about ensuring the generations to come have access to safe, healthy and local fresh food.

Perth NRM Regenerative Farmers’ Network host Charles Massy

Perth NRM's Regenerative Farmers' Network (RFN) welcomed Charles Massy, author of 'Call of the Reed Warbler', to WA hosting several events during his visit.

Planning Our Food Future

The Food Future WA initiative is similar to the Melbourne Food Plan, where both Melbourne and Perth are expected to undergo major population growth and need a plan to create a resilient city food bowl.

Facilitating a shared responsibilities approach to achieving a more secure food future

While innovation and new technologies will continue to help our farmers produce more food with fewer inputs

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Events

We are working to establish a calendar of virtual events during these strange times. Please feel free to submit yours!

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