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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.
Nature Conservation is pleased to report it received over 400 responses to its recent Nature Conservation Community Survey. See what the survey results are telling us about our community.
At the recent 2018 Telstra Margaret River Business Awards six businesses were recognised for excelling in their efforts to protect the environment with Fair Harvest Permaculture taking out the Nature Conservation sponsored Environment Excellence Award.
Nature Conservation Chair, Dr Boyd Wykes has heralded the recent formation of the Giant Light Steps Alliance as an exciting alliance to promote care of our environment by all community sectors.
Nature Conservation Margaret River Region and the Shire of Augusta Margaret River have jointly released a Draft Margaret River Protection Strategy for a period of community comment until Friday 12 October 2018.
Nature Conservation is ramping up a campaign to get on top of the arum lily in the Margaret River region and needs all landowner's to get involved in controlling this invasive weed on their properties.
Nature Conservation has recently completed a Draft of the Lower Margaret River Foreshore Action Plan on behalf of the Shire of Augusta Margaret River. Members of the community have an opportunity to provided comment on the Draft Action Plan to Nature Conservation by Friday 13 July 2018.
Nature Conservation Margaret River Region is seeking a business sponsor for its annual nature event, the Margaret River Bioblitz. This fun, interactive event conducted in spring each year, aims to raise community awareness, understanding and engagement in protecting the biodiversity of the Margaret River region.
Nature Conservation is calling on the community to be mindful of the type of rat poisons they use in order to protect the owl populations of the Margaret River region and potentially other native fauna.
Nature Conservation is encouraging everyone to send their fauna sightings to the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA), Australia’s national recording database. Recording local fauna helps us conserve threatened species and local biodiversity.