Our projects

Perth NRM works across a wide range of projects through our Environment, Sustainable Agriculture and Community programs. Our purpose is to empower people to make positive ecological impacts.

2021 Community Capacity Assessment

The 2021 Community Capacity Assessment (CCA) project seeks to understand the challenges facing natural resource management groups and volunteers in order to provide better support and planning.

Adopt A Beach

The Adopt A Beach program helps schools experience, learn about and conserve our coastal and marine environments with in-class activities and excursions.

Revegetation along the coastline

Coastal + Marine

Perth NRM works with community groups, schools and local councils to preserve, protect and enhance the coastline and beaches in our region.

Coastal Capacity Building

This wide-ranging project, funded by Coastwest, incorporated a number of coastal, cultural and community activities to increase engagement with coastcare projects in our region.

Fish Habitat Restoration Project

Creating new Black Pygmy Mussel beds in the upper Swan-Canning Estuary may improve overall estuary health and provide a food source encouraging the repopulation of key fishery species.

Food Future

Food Future is about ensuring the generations to come have access to safe, healthy and local fresh food.

Gardening for Wildlife

Citizen Science Project: ‘Turning gardeners into conservationists: using gardens to conserve wildlife.’

Measuring On-Farm Natural Capital

Industries around the world are adopting new performance standards such as triple-bottom line reporting. Perth NRM is investigating tools for applying environmental reporting in agriculture.

RegenWA

Perth NRM has been instrumental in the establishment of RegenWA, a network of committed WA farmers and stakeholders who are implementing and sharing their experiences in Regenerative Agriculture.

Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator

Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitators (RALFs) form a nationwide Community of Practice, providing regional expertise to the local agricultural sector to access assistance and develop new programs.

ReWild

ReWild Perth is an initiative to 'Bring Nature Home' and encourage people to provide native habitat in their gardens, courtyards or balconies.

Sediment Task Force

The Sediment Task Force is funded by the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) and supported by Perth NRM

Six Season Walks

The Noongar Six Season Walks has quickly become one of our most popular community programs, combining Traditional Ecological Knowledge from Elders and an environmental activity.

Smart Farms Small Grants

Perth NRM works with stakeholders to secure and implement Smart Farms Small Grants from the Australian Government.

Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Agriculture creates a focus on using resources efficiently and effectively to ensure quality production for present and future generations.

Swan Alcoa Landcare Program (SALP)

The Swan Alcoa Landcare Program has been successfully delivering onground works for over two decades, delivering over $9.8M to community groups in the region.

Swan Canning River Recovery

This project is currently targeting the Middle Canning region of our major river systems, with support from the Australian Government's Environmental Restoration Fund.

Swan Canning River Recovery Education Program

The Swan Canning River Recovery Education program engages students to learn about the river system and how we can lessen our impact on the riparian environment.

Swan Region Strategy

The Swan Region Strategy for Natural Resource Management provides a strategic, integrated framework for natural resource management in the Swan Region of Western Australia.

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