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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.

RegenWA Newsletter (February 2024)

Read the first RegenWA newsletter of 2024, including details of upcoming webinars on invertebrate management, pasture-raised chicken and eggs, and a review of the global application of regenerative agriculture.

Citizen Science: September Update

17th October, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

How can we learn together to transform gardens into habitat for wildlife? The Turning Gardeners into Conservationists team have recently shared project outcomes with environmental researchers and practitioners both nationally and internationally.

Citizen Science: August Update

28th August, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

The citizen scientists of our Turning Gardeners into Conservationists have completed more than 11,000 monitoring surveys and spotted an incredible 185 wildlife species visiting their gardens, in just the last 12 months!

RegenWA Newsletter (August 2023)

Read the August edition of RegenWA's newsletter, including details of the sustainable agriculture conference, dingoes in the landscape, workshop subsidies, webinars and funding opportunities.

Partnering to plant trees in Gabalong

Joining forces to improve farm sustainability, 14 intrepid volunteers trekked from Perth and Geraldton to Gabalong with the goal to plant 20,000 native seedlings – or as many as they possibly could!

Citizen Science: mid-year update

7th August, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

We're now a full year into wildlife monitoring for the Turning Gardeners Into Conservationists project!

2023 Small Grant Fund open for applications

13th July, 2023 Individual

Perth NRM have a small allocation of funds available to support 'Friends of', Landcare and Coastcare groups in our region.

Perth NRM Newsletter (July 2023)

The July edition of Perth NRM's newsletter has been published.

Stopping site sediment pollution

Building sand from construction sites can be contaminated with cement and metal cuttings as well as paint, plastics, rubbish and mulch.

Citizen Science: May Update

20th June, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

What species of wildlife will use wildlife-friendly garden structures? This is one of the big questions that our Turning Gardeners into Conservationists project is trying to find out!

Citizen Science: April Update

22nd May, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

Our citizen scientists continue to amaze us with their backyard discoveries and wildlife-friendly gardening efforts!

Perth NRM Newsletter (May 2023)

The May edition of Perth NRM's newsletter has been published.

Rockingham cleans up

Thank you to the awesome people who came down to Palm Beach and Singleton Foreshore to help in the Rockingham Big Beach Clean Up on Sunday 30th April.

Healthy landscapes for small landholders

Owners of small agricultural properties play an important role in managing our peri-urban landscapes, which are the areas where land-use transitions from rural environments to urban or regional centres.

Citizen Science: March Update

26th April, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

More than 150 new habitat structures are now being installed in gardens throughout the South West as part of our Turning Gardeners into Conservationists project!

Coast community leads restoration

Last year we started work on the ‘Community-led stewardship in Perth’s northern coastal corridor’ project, with lots of amazing progress made already.

Perth hosts international horticultural geneticist

Earlier this month, Perth was visited by renowned horticultural geneticist Professor Masayoshi Shigyo of the Yamaguchi University in Japan.

Citizen Science: February Update

20th March, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

For our citizen scientists, February was all about learning how to install wildlife-friendly garden structures!

Citizen Science: January Update

3rd February, 2023 IndividualCitizen Science

Six months of citizen science!

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