Natural Resource Management in Western Australia


The Western Australian (WA) and Australian Governments provide funding for natural resource management activities in WA through the National Landcare Programme (previously Caring for our Country) and State NRM Program.

Significant amounts are also spent on natural resource management activities by WA Government Departments, Regional NRM groups and other associations through their own programs.

Thank you!

The success of natural resource management relies heavily on the enthusiasm and commitment of individuals and groups who volunteer their time and effort in support of the environment. The State NRM Office would like to thank all the people that make natural resource management work in WA.

Talbot Brook Land Management Association (2010 planting day)


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Thank you to everyone that applied for this years community grants

We received 225 applications worth more than $7.8 million. Applicants pledged a further $13.6 million towards the delivery of projects. This equates to $21.4 million worth of activity for the protection of WA’s environment! Successful projects will be announced in October.

Page last updated on Thursday, 29 May 2014