Welcome to WheatbeltNRM's "Your Say: Shaping NRM in the Wheatbelt" online forum.
This is a place for community members to provide valuable input into plans that will help shape a better WheatbeltNRM for everyone.

Your Say: Shaping NRM in the Wheatbelt

Forum closing on 01 December 2017 / 11:59 PM (12 days left)

Wheatbelt NRM wants you to submit an idea, or vote on others, to help prioritise how funding should be spent on the waterways, bushland, farms and towns in the Wheatbelt.

We believe the community is best placed to inform management of their natural resources. We want to hear what measures you think will best determine its management over the next 5 years.

Wheatbelt NRM worked with community to develop a strategy for our natural resources, and we have been working with community in achieving that for over 20 years.

Our previous efforts have sought to address the following issues:

  • Biodiversity & Vegetation Decline
  • Biosecurity & Feral Management
  • Climate & Weather Concerns
  • Environmental Pollution & Recycling
  • Farm Sustainability/Production
  • Soil Resource Health
  • Water Conservation & Supply
  • Waterways Degradation & Management

We encourage you to visit our NRM Strategy for the Avon River Basin, view our past projects and have YOUR SAY BELOW -  is there is something we need to add? Does the whole approach need a re-think? What have we learnt? How would you create a vibrant environment and livelihood in the Avon River Basin?


 

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1 month ago

Feral pest control
Continue the Red Card feral pest management program. Try to prevent development in areas of high biodiversity (laws- avocation?)

1 month ago

Household gardening and verge vegetation
Encourage households to have their own gardens. Continue giving ou free seedlings, but extend to households. Hold community events on household gardening. Highlight the rold individual households can have by creating gardens and more vegetation - habitats, soil erosion, harmful runoff, lower temperatures (albedo) etc.

1 month ago

Community gardens and vegetating public spaces
Create community vegetable gardens involving schools, clubs and businesses. This project would also involve investigating places to plan more trees or gardens in public spaces,, and how to involve the community in doing so.

1 month ago

Bring back the Avon River to Health
I would like to see a project which attempts to bring the Avon River back to health for the benefit of the community (recreation) and biodiversity. High inflow of nutrients off the land/town are clearly having an adverse impact along the river length. I would like to see a partnership with business and community to take ownership to improve the quality of the river, working with farmers and other land owners along the river to make sure that they have best practices in place in regard to nutrient runoff and riparian zone work.

2 weeks ago

Require an on-going program similar to previous program( we have been the recipient of fencing funding) to isolate remnant bush from production areas. The results over several years has shown a reduction in invasive weeds (ice plant especially) in bushland due to no soil disturbance by stock and regeneration of native plant species most spectacularly areas of broom bush. As part of this program wildlife corridors should be a consideration

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