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  • Margaret River

    Locals caring for the Margaret River

    Local residents must become stewards for the Margaret River as it faces threats including weeds, recreational access, less flow and under-pressure wildlife, says the region’s peak environment and conservation group.

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  • BioBlitz brings kids face to face with nature

    More than 200 students from across the Margaret River region descended on Barrett St Weir for a huge day of environmental education, celebrating our wonderful waterways and their fantastic fauna last Thursday.

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  • Professional services

    Nature Conservation now offering professional services

    Nature Conservation Margaret River Region has launched its new professional services arm, aimed at giving landholders another tool to help protect nature and biodiversity on their property.

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  • Vollies needed to care for possum planting

    Hundreds of people helped plant seedlings in a major revegetation site on the banks of the Margaret River during winter – and now Nature Conservation Margaret River Region is calling for volunteers to help prepare to site for the warmer months.

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  • Have your say on the Margaret River

    Everyone who swims or paddles in the Margaret River, lives or walks along its banks, or cares about the waterway is urged to come along to the next event in Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s Sundowner Series.

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  • Margaret River

    Margaret River students wow national conference

    Students from Margaret River were on the national stage today, presenting their epic environmental projects to hundreds of key environment and conservation decison-makers attending the National NRM Knowledge Conference hosted at the Margaret River HEART.

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    Getting Wise with arum lilies

    Wise Wine is creating a culture of appreciation for the natural bush by clearing its 40-odd hectare property of arum lilies, landscaping with local plants and even looking to incorporate native botanicals into products.

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    Dealing with Dieback workshop

    Learn about dieback – and how to protect your property and our local environment by stopping its spread – at the next Nature Conservation Margaret River Region (NCMRR) workshop and field day for local landholders.

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  • Wineries tackle arum lilies

    Wineries tackle arum lilies

    Three of the region’s most iconic wineries are banding together in protecting the Boodjidup Brook from arum lilies.

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  • Ringtail Tally

    Wooditjup Bilya festival returns

    Nature Conservation Margaret River Region’s free festival dedicated to the Margaret River is returning at the end of the month, with everyone urged to get involved.

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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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