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.
The bush is looking better on ‘Suncrest Farm’, near Canna, where Darryl and Jude Beattie recently completed a 10 kilometre stretch of fencing to protect remnant vegetation on their beautiful 2000 hectare property.
Landcare steward Brendon Haeusler is always working hard to improve the soil quality on his farm, and recently completed fencing a four-kilometre protective boundary around a section of native vegetation on his property ‘Kilburn’, northeast of Carnamah.
Native vegetation will have the chance to thrive at Saddleworth Farm, a cattle and cropping property in Allanooka, after the owners recently completed a protective fencing project with the help of NACC’s Habitat Fencing Incentive.
At the end of the ‘clearing line’ – the boundary between the extensive remaining native vegetation of the inland rangelands and the more extensively-cleared agricultural zone – and sharing a boundary with Lake Moore, Bininninga Farms is a broadarce farm full of life.
Northampton farmers Brad and Jan Eastough have recently completed fencing around more than 10 hectares of remnant bushland and breakaways on their property – protecting the habitat of Wedge-tailed Eagles and Carnaby’s Black-Cockatoos.
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.
Passion and Respect are two of NACC’s core values and they are also two words that quickly spring to mind when talking to local famer Russel Coupe – a passionate and knowledgeable land owner with a property in Nabawa.