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  • New Chair takes the reigns of Nature Conservation Margaret River Region

    A meeting of the Board of Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has today elected Dr John Cresswell as its new Chair. John succeeds Dr Boyd Wykes, who has chaired the environmental group for four years.

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  • Nature Conservation celebrates Citizen Science Day by thanking volunteers

    Nature Conservation celebrated Citizen Science Day, Saturday 13 April 2019 by thanking our fantastic team of citizen scientists who are assisting us with our Western Ringtail Possum survey program.

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  • Calling on volunteers to assist Nature Conservation’s campaign to control arum lily

    Nature Conservation is ramping up a campaign to engage the community to assist with arum lily control and aims to significantly reduce the extent of the invasive weed across the region. We need volunteers to help with communication activities, administrative support, data entry, surveying and mapping, and photo monitoring.

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  • Wonderful support for Nature Conservation at its Annual Movie Fundraiser

    Our Annual Movie Fundraiser was a great hit with significant funds raised to underpin Nature Conservation's work. Thanks to all involved for their generous support.

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  • Nature Conservation successful in 2018 State NRM Community Stewardship Grants Round

    Nature Conservation is excited to announce that it has been successful in 3 grant applications in the 2018 State NRM Community Stewardship Grants Round announced in early January 2019.

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  • Staff Position Available – Environmental Education Officer

    Are you passionate about the environment and love working with children. This may be the job for you?

    Nature Conservation Margaret River Region is seeking applications from suitably qualified professionals for the position of Environmental Education Officer.

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  • Shire’s Environmental Management Fund continues to support conservation work

    The Augusta Margaret River Shire has once again generously supported Nature Conservation's conservation work through its 2018-19 Environmental Management Fund.

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  • Five year funding boost for Western ringtail possums

    Good news for Western ringtail possums in the Margaret River region. Nature Conservation has secure five year funding to the value of $196,000 from National Landcare Program through the South West Catchments Council which will provide a longer term strategic focus for conservation of this critically endangered species in our region.

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  • Nature Conservation 2017-18 Annual Report

    Nature Conservation was proud to present its 2017-18 Annual Report to its membership at its recent AGM.
    The report outlines the key achievements for each of Nature Conservation's 5 Conservation Programs and 3 Engagement Programs for the year ending 30 June 2018.

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  • Call for Nominations to join the Nature Conservation Board

    Nature Conservation is calling for nominations for members to join the Nature Conservation Board ahead of its 2018 Annual General Meeting at 4.00pm on Monday 10 December 2018.

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