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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.

Neville Passmore: Why trees are good for suburban gardens (Part 1)

4th June, 2018 Blog

Cooling effects are at the top of my list because we are facing an urgent problem called the ‘urban heat island effect’. 

Neville Passmore: New Garden Trends – Planning a Sustainable Garden in Suburbs of High Density

5th February, 2018 Blog

The disappearing suburban backyard and the future of gardening

Dress up the garden for your Christmas celebrations

28th November, 2017 Blog

Our Living Perth blogger Neville Passmore has provided us with some tips and tricks on how to dress up your garden this Christmas!

Neville Passmore Blog: Plant tropical fruit trees

28th November, 2017 Blog

Following on from our recent Neville Passmore Blog on getting your summer garden into gear, we have a follow up article from Neville on planting tropical fruit trees in Perth in summer.

Neville Passmore: Hints for getting your garden into gear for summer

28th November, 2017 Blog

A West Australian summer is particularly harsh on topsoil and particularly the subterranean life that supports all plant growth.

Neville Passmore: Community Gardens

28th September, 2017 Blog

“Inter-generational gardening – bringing different ages, experiences and ideas together for the gardens of the future”

Neville Passmore: Supporting pollinators

31st July, 2017 Blog

Selecting Native Plants to Support Birds and Bees in Suburban Perth for a Healthy Productive Environment.

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.

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