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  • Nature Conservation ambassadors join fight for the environment

    Two renowned local identities – artist Leon Pericles and author Jane Scott – will use their high profile to campaign for the environment as ambassadors for Nature Conservation Margaret River Region (NCMRR).

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  • Arum blitz recruits landholders in northern Capes

    Landholders in Dunsborough, Meelup, Yallingup and surrounding areas are invited to join the region's biggest arum lily program and do their bit to protect regional reserves and the national park.

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  • Margaret River to host WA Beach Clean-Up Day

    Margaret River region residents are being urged to join thousands of West Australians cleaning up their favourite beach for WA Beach Clean-up Day on Sunday, October 16.

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  • Our Patch

    Conservation kids protect Our Patch

    Year 6 students from across the Margaret River region showcased some inspiring environmental solutions when presenting their annual projects from the Our Patch program run by Nature Conservation Margaret River Region.

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  • Keith Bradby launches Nature Conservation’s Sundowner Series

    A giant of conservation, Gondwana Link’s Keith Bradby, will be a guest presenter at the launch of Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s new Sundowner Series at the Margaret River District Club on Tuesday, October 4th.

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  • Open Nature Gardens Weekend

    Open Nature Gardens Weekend returns

    Some of the most inspiring nature and wildlife gardens – including the Gnarabup native garden of author and plant guru Jane Scott – will be open to the community for the Open Nature Gardens Weekend on October 15-16.

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  • Our Patch

    Our Patch kids fight for endangered hooded plover

    The best young brains in the region have been busy devising shelters to boost the breeding success of critically endangered hooded plovers, helping to bring the iconic birds back from the brink of extinction.

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  • Arum lilies

    Dallip Springs bounces back from arum invasion

    Hundreds of endemic species have been planted at Dallip Spring giving the ecologically sensitive site a leg up in its battle against arum lilies.

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  • Adopt a Spot

    Adopt a Spot recognised for major award win

    Nature Conservation Margaret River Region is proud to announce our ground-breaking kids' education program - called Adopt a Spot - has been shortlisted for a major coastal award.

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  • Landholder booklet protects nature and biodiversity

    Biodiversity and remnant bushland will be saved thanks to a new guide produced by Nature Conservation Margaret River Region to assist people moving to the Margaret River region.

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