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Two more stations undergo wildlife assessment

Both Challa Station and Carey Downs Station have recently become registered Land for Wildlife properties. Rangelands NRM’s ‘Land for Wildlife’ (LfW) program is providing land managers the opportunity to better integrate conservation values into a productive pastoral/grazing system. Rangelands NRM Project Officer Mez Clunies-Ross..

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Feral animal control at Gnaraloo station to help wildlife recovery

Foxes, feral cats and wild dogs have been controlled by Animal Pest Management Services (APMS) on Gnaraloo Station from near the coast through to the boundary at Lake McLeod. This project during 2018/19, funded by Rangelands NRM through the National Landcare Program, aimed to..

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RALF Update

Mez, Jardine and Sarah Rangelands NRM RALFs have all been busy in the last three months. May The Aboriginal Pastoral Forum in Port Hedland held by the DPIRD saw some tough issues raised as well as some successful exemplars of Aboriginal business models and..

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