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NACC Notes 20 December 2019 
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NACC Regional News

We Gift Thrift

As another year comes to and end and we enter a new decade, I find myself thinking back to the last century and the decade that was the 1920s. The Roaring Twenties was a decade of exciting social changes, marked by a general feeling of novelty where everything seemed to be feasible.

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National First Peoples Gathering On Climate Change

Last month NACC NRM’s Aboriginal Program Coordinator, Bianca McNeair had the honour of being invited to attend the Interim Steering Committee of the National First Peoples Gathering on Climate Change.

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NACC NRM Community All A Flutter for Malleefowl

NACC NRM’s latest round of Biodiversity Community Grants have been announced – supporting biodiversity protection and recovery actions for the region’s threatened Malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata).

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Fodder, Grazing and Biodiversity

What are you looking for in revegetated sites – drought proofing for stock, habitat for native animals or increasing pollinators to increase yield? Regardless of your response, Yarra Yarra Catchment Management Group’s Regeneration Field Walk provided a great opportunity to discuss further.

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Are You the 2020 Soil Health Champion?

A Soil Health Champion is a Wheatbelt farmer who is an inspiration to those around them. They embody the principals of sustainable agriculture and natural resource management. They have a strong drive to improve the health of their soils. 

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Programs and Operations Manager - readvertised

As part of the Executive Team, the Programs and Operations Manager contributes to all outcomes of the NACC NRM 2019-2023 Strategic Plan through absolute commitment to NACC NRM’s values. 

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Nuytsia floribunda (WA Christmas Tree)

Nuytsia floribunda is a fascinating plant both aesthetically and biologically. Aesthetically, this Western Australian native tree or shrub produces a dazzling display of vivid yellow/orange flowers around December, giving rise to its common name of the Western Australian Christmas Tree.

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Taj Mamid

I am a Yamaji man although I was raised in South Hedland – a small very hot town up in the Pilbara.

I have been living in Geraldton for the past two years and the cooler weather has been a very welcome change.

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Landcare - #1000sOfLocalSolutions

Stop Soil Erosion, Save our Future!

Every year on 5 December the staff at NACC NRM plant our feet firmly on the ground and stop to celebrate World Soil Day.

The theme for 2019 was ‘Stop soil erosion, Save our future’!
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Wild dog eradication grants 2020

The aim of these grants is to deliver clear benefits to the Western Australian sheep and goat industry by reducing the impact of wild dogs. 

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Midwest Malleefowl Need your Help

Do you have Malleefowl on or near your property?
Do you need help with revegetation, pest control or fencing?
Then contact NACC and let’s work together to save our iconic Malleefowl.

For more info please email us here>>


To view NACC’s full events calendar click here>

Malgana On Country Excursion

Shark Bay
25-26 January 2020

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Talkin' Soil Health

11-13 March 2020

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The Last Stand

9-13 September 2020

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