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The Haines family together with Leschenault Catchment Council Project Officer, Julie Palmer (far right) Mick and Shari Haines are passionate about protecting their property in Benger and the surrounding environment for future generations...

Members of the Sustainable Agriculture Project Reference Group visited the state’s first robotic dairies in Denmark to see how the new technology has changed day to day operations in the milking shed....

Waterways in the Geographe catchment are home to a healthy population of native fish and crayfish species, many of which only occur in the South West of WA according to a river health check-up carried out last week....

Gardening Workshop

While entertaining guests with her unique charm, Sabrina Hahn shared her knowledge on creating a waterwise garden that requires minimal fertiliser, without compromising on style, using resilient local native plants. Department of Water a...

Innovative Water Treatment Trial

Initial stages of a trial aimed at controlling algal growth in the Lower Vasse River has demonstrated improved visual amenity and reduced phosphorus build-up associated with algal blooms. High nutrient concentrations and low flows in the...

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