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News

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

Caring for Canning River and Cygnia Cove Wetland

As part of the Swan Canning River Recovery Stage Three, Perth NRM is working on a strategic project to trial sediment control measures at a development site.

2022 SALP Applications Now Open

Community groups and organisations are invited to apply for the 2022 round of the Swan Alcoa Landcare Program (SALP) grants, to assist community-led programs to improve, protect and enhance our environmental assets.

COVID-19 Update

Following the West Australian Government's announcement of a COVID-19 related lockdown, Perth NRM will immediately implement safety measures for its staff and stakeholders.

SERCUL Steps In To Control Boneseed

A Community Stewardship grant from the State NRM Office has made it possible for SERCUL to take the lead in regional Boneseed management.

Digging into World Soil Day

The World Soil Day event at Muresk was a successful and illuminating look at the work being done by Western Australian farmers and scientists to improve soil health in our region.

Sediment Task Force research published

The CRC for Water Sensitive Cities has published research commissioned by the Sediment Task Force, marking an important milestone in sediment management.

National Biodiversity Month: Urban Forests

In the last of our National Biodiversity Month series, we look at the role of the urban forest in urban hotspots.

National Biodiversity Month: Living Streams

Living Steams and Constructed Wetlands are an increasingly popular way to use ecological systems as part of our urban infrastructure, offering improved biodiversity value to our suburbs.

The Power of Partnership

A partnership between South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare (SERCUL), the City of Canning and the Water Corporation has led to a great project in Nurdi Park, Riverton, as part of the Swan Canning River Recovery program.

Coastal Capacity Building Grant

Perth NRM has been awarded a $19,400 Coastwest Grant to continue the Coastal Capacity Building project delivered by its Coastal + Marine Program.

Coogee Maritime Trail

The Coogee Maritime Trail, developed by the City of Cockburn in partnership with the Western Australian Museum, Murdoch University Divers and Perth NRM was opened earlier in 2017.

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