Carbon magazine showcases NRM collaboration

Results from a four-year long, WA-wide carbon awareness project are showcased in a new publication released in August.

Southern Rangelands team unearth landcare opportunities

Rangelands NRM’s Southern Rangelands team met with several landcare stakeholders over the past month to investigate priorities, partnerships and projects to advance sustainable land use in the region.

Predators feast on cane toad tadpoles

Naturally occurring tadpole-eating predators have been ‘too efficient’ in reducing cane toads in a recent study to test pheromones in water.

Good stockmanship showcased at inaugural Pilbara event

A total of 30 competitors representing four stations met on Yarrie Station in the Pilbara last month to compete in the inaugural Pilbara Livestock handling cup.

Remote sensing trial key to targeted wild dog management

Remote sensing has been used to develop maps of breakaway formations in the landscape commonly utilised by wild dogs.

Cross tenure prescribed burning connects land managers in Millstream Chichester

Prescribed burning has taken place in Millstream Chichester National Park reduce bush fire risks across lease boundaries.

Plans put to action to conserve the Great Western Woodlands

The Gondwana Link program is continuing work with the Ngadju Conservation Rangers to development and implement an environmental program in part of the internationally significant Great Western Woodlands.

Crocodile plough trial shows promise for managing pasture

A trial using a crocodile plough to manage and improve pasture has shown promising results in the Kimberley.

Enhancing the sustainable management of the WA rangelands though facilitation, collaboration and delivering outcomes.