Katanning and Surrounds Fox Shoot 2018 Results

It was a fabulous night for the annual Fox Shoot, and beautiful morning for the Tally Breakfast, with great results for the year, adding to the state-wide Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes total for 2018. We had 10 fabulous teams this year! Official Results from Katanning and Surrounds Fox Shoot 2018: Place Team Name Foxes Cats Rabbits 10 Oxley Inmates 6 […]

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2017 – A Look Back, A Look Ahead

2017 has been an amazing year, with so much going on! In fact, it’s hard to keep track of it all, and there are more good things to look back on than I can fit in one little blog post. Here are a few of my highlights from 2017. Early in the year we had […]

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Katanning (and surrounds) Annual Fox Shoot and Tally Breakfast – Event Wrap Up

Honestly, it couldn’t have gone much better. 18 teams registered, and 14 of them showed up with a record-breaking haul of foxes for the annual fox shoot this year. The conditions were near on perfect, with no moon, and pleasant temperatures. Many of the teams went out all night, and then came in with their bountiful […]

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Our Projects – Enthusiastic Eastern Flats

What motivates a farmer to do Landcare work on their property? The work of fencing off creek lines and bush and planting seedlings can be time-consuming and costly, even with subsidies through grants, and most farmers already have very full schedules for fencing, maintenance and management. Peter Caldwell says he does it for the future and […]

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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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