Celebrating the work of dung beetles and those who have monitored their abundance since 2014.

Celebrating Dung Beetles Event Flyer
Come and help us celebrate!
Warren Catchments Council’s dung beetle monitoring project, funded through South West Catchments Council with funds from the Australian Government National Landcare Program, is drawing to a close.
Eight farming families have undertaken monthly monitoring on their cattle properties to assist in developing a more accurate understanding of species diversity and abundance – and where we have gaps in seasonal activity.
The data generated has contributed to a new $13m Rural R&D for Profit federally funded reactivation of the national dung beetle importation programme, in partnership with MLA, several universities and community groups. WCC has a major role in co-ordinating monitoring, release of new species and redistribution of existing species into new areas, as well as setting up demonstration sites and providing farmer support.
Come and hear how you could be involved.

Warren Catchments Council Community Survey

Warren Catchments Council, a community governed not-for-profit organisation, is surveying the community to identify areas of concern in order to prioritise action needed to protect our valuable natural assets.

A survey is being mailed to residents within the Shire of Manjimup however an online survey is available if you prefer this format.

Logistically it was not possible to include those in our catchment who live in neighbouring shires. It would be greatly appreciated if you were able to provide your feedback via this online survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z5JSFHZ

Avocado and Biochar Trial Update – 27th March

This innovative trial may revolutionise how avocados are grown in the south west!

Come and hear the results to date and share production issues with the grower network.

27th March 9.30am at DAFWA’s Conference Room, South West Highway, Manjimup and later on Doug Pow’s trial site 187 Pipe Clay Gully Rd, Manjimup.

Registration to Kathy at Warren Catchments Council 97718180 email kathy.dawson@warrencc.org.au

Salinity Mitigation in the Upper Warren

Environmental Action in the Warren Sub-region

Warren Catchments Council has attracted more than $4.5 million for environmental care in ongoing projects.  Click here for more details.