BioBlitz results are in.
A full species list and event report from the 2017 Bunjil Rocks BioBlitz is now availble.
Read all about this fantastic event here.
2018 NACC Photo Competition
Calling all photographers! The 2018 NACC Photo Competition is now open.
All ages are welcome and entries close on March 31.
The hugely successful Talkin’ Soil Heath Conference is back.
We will host two separate conferences in 2018 – the first in Dalwallinu on the 13th and 14th of March followed by the Katanning conference on the 15th and 16thof March.
The Glossy-leaved Hammer orchid (Drakaea elastic) is listed as Endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), and Critically Endangered under the WA Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.
Lake Logue is a large seasonal freshwater lake situated about 13 kilometres west-southwest of Eneabba, within the Lake Logue Nature Reserve.
If you ‘dig the earth’, then you’d better book your tickets for the highly anticipated Talkin’ Soil Health conferences –…
Renowned Australian soil scientist and farming systems expert Dr Maarten Stapper is returning to the Mid-West to host a series…
Pull on your gloves and slap on your hat – NACC and Chapman River Friends are hosting a Clean-Up Day…
Anything that is going to help farmers save money, while simultaneously helping our environment and climate is a “Win-Win” as…