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Bush Tucker on the Menu!

Katanning Landcare received some great news this week! We have been granted funding for an amazing four year project through the federal government’s NLP Smart Farming Partnerships grants. You may have heard Ella Maesepp and David Thompson on the radio recently, talking about the project, and on Facebook in this post: In short, the goal […]


Clearing and Drainage Information Session – Event Wrap Up

Critical information for farming enterprises was shared at the Clearing and Drainage Information Session on Thursday 26th March. Speakers from the Department of Environment and Regulation talked about the clearing laws relating to native vegetation, and covered what exceptions and permits are required and when. This is a really tricky bit of policy, with pages […]


Perennial Pastures Bus Tour – Wrap Up

The Katanning Landcare Centre organised a bus trip for farmers to visit Mingenew-Irwin Group (MIG) to view some of their outstanding work in Perennial Pastures and Pasture Cropping. The goal was to learn some of the principals of Perennial Pasture management in real-life settings, and ways that perennials can be brought into existing farming systems. […]

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