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The State NRM Office was established by the Western Australian Government to facilitate the coordinated delivery of natural resource management in Western Australia.
A key role of the Office is the coordination and delivery of Government funding and grants for natural resource management activities in Western Australia. Read more about activities funded.
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2013 Community Grants Applications NOW OPEN
The State Government has pledged $3 million towards Natural
Resource Management grants for community groups to undertake
important environmental projects.
Applications close Friday, July 5
For more information please see our State NRM Program Grants page.
Nominations open for 2013 WA Landcare Awards
Calling for entries from individuals, community groups and networks working to protect and restore their local environment, farm, coastline, bushland, wetland, waterway, school, region, catchment or backyard.
If that sounds like you or someone you know, why not submit a nomination today?
For more information or to nominate visit the WA Awards website
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Myrtle rust – a new threat to WA’s biodiversity
Some of Western Australia’s most iconic native plants will be under the spotlight during workshops in May to try and protect them from a virulent fungus moving through eastern Australia.