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Farmer and fertiliser industry meetings were held in Busselton on Wednesday, 22 August 2018 to identify ways to optimise fertiliser use and reduce nutrient loss off farms. Beef and dairy grazing producing properties are the biggest contr...

Bruce Radys from Oyster Harbour Catchment Group has been using an innovative machine to improve the efficiency, speed and reduce costs of revegetating in the Kalgan River catchment. A special Commercial Native Vegetation Seeder (CommVeg)...

A community update was held in Denmark on Wednesday, 8 August 2018. The session provided a comprehensive update on the water quality of Wilson Inlet, as well as on-ground actions being implemented by Regional Estuaries Initiative partner...

River health checks

November 27, 2018

Health checks of waterways entering the Hardy Inlet, Vasse-Wonnerup, Leschenault and Peel-Harvey estuaries have revealed most of the sites assessed are dominated by fish and crayfish species unique to south west WA. The assessments ident...

Results of a water quality monitoring program have shown that while Oyster Harbour has good water quality, it is still recovering from a substantial loss of seagrass and shellfish that occurred in the 1990s. The Regional Estuaries Initia...

Oyster Harbour Catchment Group’s Bruce Radys at the Albany Agricultrual Show held 10 and 11 November 2017. Having a local community that is informed and engaged in achieving estuary health is critical to help guide future management an...

OHCG’s Bruce Radys. Introducing Bruce Radys, Project Officer, Oyster Harbour Catchment Group “Having lived and worked in and around the Oyster Harbour Catchment for over twenty years I have a strong appreciation for its environment a...

Oyster Harbour Catchment Group members and guests. In 2017 the Oyster Harbour Catchment Group (OHCG) celebrated 25 years of operation. In those 25 years, the group has attracted many millions of dollars in funding for on-ground activitie...

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