Introduction to Permaculture and Soil Basics Workshop – Event Wrap Up

When you plan an event, you always hope for the best, but you can never be sure how things are going to turn out, and you always worry: Will people turn up? Will the presenters be engaging and informative? Will the day run smoothly and will everyone go home happy? Apparently, we didn’t have to […]

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2014 Wrap Up

As we head out the door for our Christmas break, we wanted to take a moment to reflect back on the year that was and what we have to look forward to when we return in the new year. We have had the most amazing year, full of fun, challenges, new opportunities and more. Here’s […]

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Dot Survey Results – Christmas on Clive 2014

Christmas on Clive was Katanning Landcare’s last social engagement for 2014. This year we introduced ‘Dot Surveys’ at any ‘fetes’ we’ve attend and we have gained a lot of insight from them! Plus, we think they’re FUN! 🙂 Our first Dot Survey was in September at the Eco Fair, where we asked about people’s biggest local environmental concerns, […]

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Bridal Creeper Survey Results

Earlier this year we did a quick survey to find out what people knew about Bridal Creeper, and if they felt plant density was changing. Please click on the link below to be redirected to the SurveyMonkey Bridal Creeper survey results page https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-YJ8WHLRV/

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Keeping Chickens – Event Wrap Up

On Friday 10th October we ran the last of our EcoWeek workshops – Keeping Chickens. This workshop was sponsored by the FRRR, and EcoWeek sponsored by SGIO Insurance. Yann and Sol Toussaint from the Rainbow Coast Neighbourhood Centre Community Garden in Albany, and Kate Mason of Katie Joy’s Free Range Eggs from Kojonup presented some […]

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Our Projects – Attacking Native Habitat

National Tree Day 2014 was once again a huge success for Katanning. Over two days 38 volunteers were able to plant 3100 native seedlings in the Katanning region, which will lead to a number of environmental benefits, including improved habitat for native animal species. We can see that National Tree Day, and other events, like […]

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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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