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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.

Arrive Clean, Leave Clean – how you can help to manage Phytophthora Dieback

23rd May, 2017 IndividualLocal Action

Have you ever wondered why native trees and shrubs, in your natural reserve or park, turn brown and die rapidly? 

Biodiversity study in the classroom

An energetic group of 63 Year Three students from Peter Moyes Anglican Community School showed great interest and knowledge about different habitats and biodiversity found along the coast during a field trip to Quinns beach.

Coastal forum

Perth NRM was a proud supporter of the recently held Coastal Forum along with Northern Agriculture Catchment Council (NACC) and Curtin University which was held on April 7th at the Bold Park Ecology Centre.

Feral Animal Control

The task of managing introduced fauna is undeniably important when it comes to the preservation of native species.

Perth Hills Water Forum

Perth NRM worked with the Hills Orchard Improvement group to host the Perth Hills Water Forum on 17 April 2017 to discuss water allocations and benchmarking water management practices.

Work for the Dole protecting our dunes

The recent summer storms in Perth resulted in areas of localised erosion along our coast.  In the City of Rockingham, damage to a dune from an excessive stormwater flow highlighted the impact that high intensity storms can have on our coastline.

proAlliance staff cleaning the beach at Kwinana

While summer brings holidays and lazy days at the beach the influx of beach users also see increased litter levels along our beaches and in adjacent car parks.

Pyramid Mulla-mulla conservation in Living Landscapes

The only known colony of the Pyramid Mulla-mulla (Ptilotus pyramidatus) is being surveyed as part of efforts to better understand and conserve the Critically Endangered species.

Jujubes make their way onto our market shelves

The jujube, also known as the Chinese date, is the most important fruit crop in China used in both medicine and food for thousands of years.

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.

Sediment Management Research Initiatives

Research into sediment runoff from building sites captures impact of Perth's big rainfall events

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