This website is a first stop for obtaining information about Nature Conservation’s recent headline news and our activities as communicated through our notices of events.
On Wednesday 20 September Nature Conservation teamed up with the Margaret River Chamber of Commerce and Industry for its second annual environment celebration. A successful evening demonstrating that the protection of our local environment matters to our business community.
Our Nature Conservation launch in late May 2017 was an overwhelming success. We are now working hard to grow our organisation. Learn more about the strategic directions of the organisation since the launch.
The Augusta Margaret River Shire’s Draft Community Strategic Plan 2036 has recently been out for final community comment and has strong environmental themes. Following a year of workshops, Councillors met in August to finalise a draft plan.
Transitioning a grant-based catchments group to achieve Nature Conservation’s ambitious goals is a lot like renovating a house while living in it. We must sustain our traditional program of grant-funded projects while at the same time finding the capacity to promote a community-wide conservation culture based on community support and partnerships. We are making steady progress but the growing pains are apparent when we push too hard.
Nature Conservation was very proud to present the Excellence in the Environment Award at the Telstra Margaret River Business Awards at a gala event on 7 August at the Margaret River Cultural Centre.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been established between The Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association (MRBTA) and Nature Conservation Margaret River Region (Nature Conservation) with the aim of further protecting the natural environment of the Margaret River region.
The organisation formerly known as Cape to Cape Catchments Group (CCG) unveiled its new name and branding to an enthusiastic crowd of supporters at Voyager Estate on Thursday 25 May.
Listed below are current and proposed environment-related events in the Margaret River region. Register now or contact us on (08) 9757 2202 or at [email protected] for full details.
Hear from scientists from the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation on surface water management in the Margaret River region. Presentations will provide updates on monitoring, evaluation, modelling and allocation processes undertaken by the Department.
Nature Conservation is teaming up with GeoCatch for the Spring Western Ringtail Possum Tally across the Margaret River and Busselton regions.