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.
Chapman’s Bell (Darwinia chapmaniana) is listed as Endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act), and Vulnerable under the WA Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016.
Riverside farm owners Bob and Dawn Porter have recently completed fencing more than 500 ha of remnant vegetation on their property located just 100 kilometres north of Geraldton and 80 kilometres east of Kalbarri.
Coronation Beach is one of the most attractive and popular beaches along the Mid-West Coast with both locals and visitors flocking to the area.
The first Talkin’ Soil Health conference took place in Dalwallinu on Tuesday and Wednesday and overall, the NACC team determined it to be a raging success and a fantastic addition to the series of conferences that began in York in 2013.
Farmers across the WA Wheatbelt cropping region know too well that climate change is already hitting them hard and is no longer a problem just for future generations.
NACC is very excited to announce that we have been successful in obtaining funding to host another BioBlitz!