Proposed changes to the Nature Conservation Rules of Association for consideration in a Special Resolution at the upcoming 2017 Annual General Meeting
An introduction to Nature Conservation with a brief summary of its philosophies, programs to protect the environment and the people directing its activities
The 2016 Nature Conservation Annual Report (when it was known as Cape to Cape Catchments Group). Outlines achievements and financial results for the financial year ending 30 June 2016
The Rules of Association which establishes Nature Conservation Margaret River Region Inc and governs its operations as approved by the Western Australia Department of Commerce on 2 May 2017
This guide provides helpful hints on how to design and revgetate farm dams to function as a living wetland within the landscape.
This brochure provides a list of Australian natives local to the region suitable for planting in urban gardens.
This brochure provides a list of plants which should be removed from urban gardens and replaced with local natives.
This guide provides identification and control information for woody weed species found in the Margaret River region.
This guide provides information on widespread and emerging environmental weed to look out for in the Margaret River region.
A comprehensive guide to identification, control and monitoring of the introduced environment weed arum lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica).
An information kit providing landowners and managers with guidance on controlling Fox and Feral Cat populations.
An information kit providing landowners and managers with guidance on conducting controlled burns - how planning and management can be used to conserve plants and animals for the various habitat types of the region
A comprehensive listing of plants and animals found in the Margaret River region, with useful information on local plant species that will attract wildlife, and guidance on how to monitor to record environmental change.
The latest research findings from researchers at Murdoch University's Freshwater Fish Group and Fish Health Unit on the aquatic biodiversity of the Margaret River and the Cape to Cape region.
A case study of the critically endangered Margaret River Hairy Marron and conservation action being undertaken to protect this species from extinction.
An easy guide to identification of various common and threatened crustaceans in the Margaret River region.
This brochure details the freshwater fish and crustacean found in the Margaret River Region and their conservation status.
This Strategy provides direction for management of environment weeds within the Margaret River region including prioritization of both widespread and emerging weeds and recommendations for improved coordination of weed management activities.
Prepared by researchers at the Freshwater Fish Group at Murdoch University in 2012 this strategic plan provides a comprehensive review of the knowledge of freshwater fish and crustacean species in the Margaret River region.