The Gunduwa Regional Conservation Association aims to enhance biodiversity conservation and sustainability, while simultaneously contributing to increased productivity.
The Gunduwa Regional Conservation Association was established to foster collaborative, landscape-scale conservation initiatives across the northeast part of the agricultural region and adjoining rangelands – an area bordered by Beacon, Wubin, Morawa and Payne’s Find.
NACC is a proud partner of the Gunduwa initiative which covers a unique part of Western Australia – encompassing the botanical transitional zone between the Wheatbelt woodlands and the expansive mulga zone of the interior. It is a region of considerable natural diversity – on farms, pastoral lands, woodlands, salt lakes, shrub lands, and the banded iron and greenstone hills of the “outback” rangelands.
Gunduwa is looking to engage and inspire individuals and groups to undertake research and work in the region, and encourage and support a range of projects that contribute to the initiative’s goals. A portfolio of small project proposals, submitted by various organisations, are currently being considered by the Management Committee.
The Gunduwa Business Plan can be viewed here:
Gunduwa Regional Conservation Association Inc is funded by Extension Hill and Mount Gibson Mining through the Environmental Offset package contained in Ministerial Statement 753.