A vibrant Wheatbelt community that creates
healthy environments and livelihoods.
Help is on its Way for Fire-Affected Farmers
Work is progressing on the first round of support to help farmers who lost remnant vegetation in the Wickepin and Corrigin fires last February. This round, the focus will be on protecting recovering remnant stands in cropping paddocks.
Help Malleefowl Survive This Harvest - Drive the Wheatbelt with Care
Malleefowl across the Wheatbelt are currently laying eggs and tending their mounds to ensure as many of their precious eggs hatch as possible. These native birds are vulnerable to car strike, so keep an eye this harvest season. Have you spotted a malleefowl? Fill out a survey by following the link below.
The Soil CRC are conducting a study to investigate cybersecurity in the Australian Agricultural sector from the perspective of people working in the sector. They are interested in people’s experiences and opinions on what is currently working well and challenges facing the sector as farming businesses incorporate digital technologies into their practices. If you’d like to participate in the study please find out more by following the link below.
WA Woodland Birds Team would like to be able to contact people that are interested to participate in the “Birds on Farms Project” in Western Australia. It could be either as a volunteer to carry out surveys, as someone that owns a property and wants to register their farm for surveys or if you are just interested to knowing more about the project. Read more or complete the form here.