Ban the Bag Community Art Project
Free workshops to create your own tote bag and contribute to a community mural.
A sanctuary is often defined as a place of refuge or safety from pursuit and danger. This is definitely one way to describe the Australian Wildlife Conservancy’s Mt Gibson Wildlife Sanctuary as it has become the perfect place of refuge for some of Western Australia’s most precious and threatened native species.
The elusive Malleefowl might soon make an appearance on Charles Wass’ property after he recently finished installing a 2.3km section of fencing on his 1,700 hectare farm ‘Harold Park’ located south-west of Coorow.
Wilson’s Wattle (Acacia wilsonii) has recently been listed as Endangered under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).
Karara Rangeland Park – a vast reserve managed by the Parks and Wildlife branch of the Department for Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions – is located east of Perenjori and comprises of six former pastoral stations.
“Positive changes on even a single small acre can make a big difference to the environment, and pasture or weed management in particular can provide many benefits, no matter how big or small the property is.”
It’s National Volunteer Week, and thus an apt time to give a ‘shout-out’ to all of the many volunteers from across the NACC NRM Region who volunteer their time and expertise to help make this a better place, and to advance sustainability in our landscapes and communities.