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  • Nature Conservation's Adopt a Spot program

    Art, nature and culture combine

    Local kids are the big winners after one of Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s youth programs received a big shot in the arm, winning grant funding to blend environmental learning with culture and art.

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  • Western Ringtail Possum

    Protection vital for Western Ringtail possum refuge

    If you helped collect dead possums for Nature Conservation Margaret River Region last year, the results are now in from some ground-breaking research done by the University of WA using the animals’ tissue samples.

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  • World Surf League

    World Surf League back marine program

    The World Surf League (WSL) has backed an exciting new youth marine program that will give young locals the opportunity to learn from some of the biggest names in coastal conservation, watermanship and leadership.

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  • marine life

    Marine life in spotlight at sundowner

    Almost 300 people packed the Margaret River HEART on Tuesday night to hear about our incredible local marine environment – and the threats posed by human impacts.

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  • Open Nature Gardens Weekend

    Jane Scott hosts river walk

    Botanical royalty Jane Scott will lead a free guided walk along the banks of the Margaret River as part of Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s packed calendar of events this year.

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  • Waatu Kaatijin

    Waatu Kaatijin makes a splash at Gnarabup

    An Australia-first marine program made a splash in Margaret River today, turning local students into citizen scientists and empowering them to solve problems affecting our ocean and coastline.

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  • creeping weeds and vines

    Cracking down on creeping weeds

    Blue Periwinkle, Dolichos Pea and Pandora Vine – they’re the unholy trinity of creeping weedy vines that threaten our bushland, and Nature Conservation Margaret River Region says now is the time to control them.

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  • Ocean and leadership learning as part of new marine youth program

    Ocean opportunity of a lifetime

    TWENTY young locals will have the opportunity of the lifetime to learn from some of the biggest names in coastal conservation, watermanship and leadership as part of an exciting initiative coming to the region.

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  • Nature Conservation Margaret River Region

    Paddle to share passion for Margaret River

    Join Nature Conservation Margaret River Region for a free paddle up the Margaret River to learn more about this unique waterway and the animals and plants it supports.

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  • Bush Regeneration Team

    Bush Regeneration Team ready for action

    It’s been a busy summer for Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s Bush Regeneration Team, which has been tackling weedy trees, spraying the last of the season’s arum lilies, and carrying out coastal conservation.

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Upcoming Events

  • Nature Conservation Volunteer Opportunities

    Check in here for the latest volunteer events and opportunities and find out how to get involved in protecting nature in the Margaret River Region.

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