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  • revegetation

    Awesome support for rivermouth revegetation day

    The Margaret River Wine Association's first Community Day with Nature Conservation was a raging success, with import revegetation work done at the Rivermouth Beach.

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  • fire-wise garden

    Fire-wise garden workshop and live installation

    Maintaining an asset protection zone, cutting out “fire ladders”, choosing the right mulch and proper spacing between plants are some of the secrets to protecting your property from bushfire. These secrets and more will be shared at a free Nature Conservation Margaret River Region fire-wise workshop and live garden installation on June 25.

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  • community planting

    Vollies needed for huge community planting day

    Nature Conservation has put the shout out for volunteers at two community planting events on Sunday June 26, one on the banks of the Margaret River and the second a Redgate Beach.

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  • plant ID workshop

    Jane Scott headlines plant ID workshop

    Plant guru and celebrated author Jane Scott will headline a special Nature Conservation Margaret River Region (NCMRR) workshop to identify local native plants as well as invasive weeds on Friday, June 17.

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  • Vollies needed for weekend of planting and conservation

    The arrival of winter rains means time to plant natives and Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has two community planting days this weekend – with volunteers needed.

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  • Revegetating your property with Nature Conservation

    Nature Conservation is continuing its work in helping Margaret River region property owners replant and regenerate their properties with natives.

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  • Sweet Pittosporum

    Residents join fight on Sweet Pittsporum weed

    Margaret River Region residents are being recruited in the fight against the invasive weed Sweet Pittosporum, which threatens our iconic karri forest.

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  • coastal conservation

    World’s best surfers help with coastal conservation

    The world’s best surfers gave back to the Margaret River region by helping plant native species, restore coastal dunes and highlight environmental stewardship at Gas Point at the weekend.

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  • conservation work

    We can help fund conservation work at your place

    Grants totalling $60,000 are available for Margaret River region landowners to carry out conservation work on their property this year. The work can include weed control, fencing of remnant bushland and waterways to exclude stock, revegetation to restore biodiversity, and dieback management.

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  • Ringtail Tally

    Call for community to join annual Ringtail Tally

    Grab your friends and family and help Nature Conservation count Western Ringtail Possums for the 8th annual Ringtail Tally. The surveys can be carried out in your garden, on your property or in a nearby bushland reserve – and with Western Ringtail Possums listed as critically endangered, every survey counts!

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