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In March 2018, the Friends of Trigg Beach became aware that the State Government had purchased a vacant block of land at Trigg Beach a few metres from the famous Trigg Point. A privately owned beach house, one of three built in the early years of the last century, had been demolished and the block…Keep reading
C.Y. O’Connor Beach in the City of Cockburn has a rich recreational, industrial, and cultural history. As urban expansion and the impacts of storms increases pressure on the natural environment of the beach, the City of Cockburn, in association with the community, has implemented innovative actions to manage these impacts. C.Y. O’Connor Beach has experienced…Keep reading
The Community Capacity Assessment 2021 project, funded by the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program and implemented by Perth NRM, has undertaken interviews, workshops, and online surveys to determine the current circumstances of Environmental Groups and Coastcare Group in the Perth region. The data collected reveals the enormous and invaluable number of hours and skills that conservation volunteers are contributing towards…Keep reading
In November 2021, a group from Millennium Kids, comprising adults, children and youth board members, went to Penguin Island to find out more about the little penguins and their declining numbers. On the island, we met up with Erin Clitheroe, a scientist who has been researching the penguins on the island for a number of…Keep reading
How important is the beach to you? The local community and visitors to the Peron Naturaliste region between Rockingham and Busselton are being asked to participate in a project to identify how they use and value local beaches. The initiative is being undertaken by the Peron Naturaliste Partnership (PNP) in collaboration with researchers at The…Keep reading
During October, 2021 Tangaroa Blue Foundation celebrated another successful WA Beach Clean-Up with more than 120 individual sites registered across the state. In its 17th year, it is one of the largest people-powered clean-ups on the West coast and provides a snapshot of the density and diversity of marine debris being found across the coastline…Keep reading
The 2021 WA Beach Clean-Up marked the 17th year of this special event. Alongside their partner Keep Australia Beautiful WA, Tangaroa Blue Foundation (TBF) welcomed Tallwood Constructions to their corporate donor base. Their generous contribution provided valuable funding to grow the operational capacity for the WA Beach Clean-Up in 2021. Over 1200 people from across…Keep reading
Perth NRM has received Coastwest funding to activate the Kwinana-Rockingham Coastcare community. The City of Kwinana hosts a Perth NRM representative and this new funding will significantly increase the capacity to support the local community in its efforts to improve the condition of the local coastline The Activating the Kwinana-Rockingham Coastcare Community project will engage and…Keep reading
Seagrass meadows within Western Australia’s Cockburn Sound will again be the focus of community-driven restoration as fishing conservation charity OzFish Unlimited launches Seeds for Snapper 2021 this November. Now in its fourth year, the annual marine restoration program, is calling on the community for help achieve this year’s goals. The project will see the local fishers and divers endeavor to collect, process, and disperse 1 million seagrass seeds to help restore and…Keep reading
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