For sixty one years the Sunshine Festival has been a proud community event, showcasing all the Midwest has to offer and this year NACC NRM joined the festivities to highlight the plight of one of the region’s threatened birds – Carnaby’s Black-cockatoos. Read more here>>
Two Way Science in Badimia Country
Malleefowl monitoring has kicked off with a bang in Badimia Country in the mid-west of WA – with more than 321 mounds being monitored by a handful of dedicated volunteers during a week long period.
‘Aboriginal peoples working alongside scientists brings together two different knowledge systems. Creating a new pathway for scientific research into climate change adaptation that is owned by the communities that are the most affected.’ Read more here>>
Our Coast, Our Land – Striving Together
In early October, the WA Landcare Network hosted the 2019 State NRM and Coastal Conference in Perth. This highly regarded WA event has been held regularly since the 1990s, and this year focussed on maximising networking opportunities... Read more here>>
Redrawing the Map – Why Collaboration is Vital
I consider myself very fortunate to be CEO of NACC NRM – a not-for-profit organisation who over the past decade has been steering the Northern Agricultural Region towards a sustainable, healthy future.
Wolf spiders are found throughout Australia. They are robust, agile hunters that live on the ground in leaf litter or burrows.
Wolf spiders eats crickets, other spiders, ants, grasshoppers and many other types of small invertebrates.
Long-time supporters of NACC NRM will be familiar with the name Jenna Brooker and in light of her upcoming move from Geraldton to Perth, the team at NACC NRM would like to take this opportunity to thank Jenna for her years of support and wish her to all the best for the future.
NACC’s Biodiversity Community Grants aim to improve the management and protection of the region’s threatened Malleefowl and Black-flanked Rock-wallaby to ensure their ecological values are retained for future generations.