About Us: We love community events!

We have more plantings happening at Piesse Lake in 2018! Please get in touch with us to find out more. All events will be posted on our Landcare Facebook page! Phone: 08 9821 4327 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landcare.katanning/ or https://www.facebook.com/Katanning.EcoWeek/ Email: hello@katanninglandcare.org.au

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About Us: We have a small shop

Come and check out our range of products, including bamboo toothbrushes, produce bags, toilet paper, stainless steel straws, keep cups and more… pop in at 10 Dore Street in Katanning between 8:30-4:30 Monday to Friday. Phone: 08 9821 4327 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landcare.katanning/ or https://www.facebook.com/Katanning.EcoWeek/ Email: hello@katanninglandcare.org.au

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About Us: EcoWeek events are for everyone!

Keep an eye on our Facebook pages for a huge variety of events, including EcoWeek, EcoExchanges and more! Phone: 08 9821 4327 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landcare.katanning/ or https://www.facebook.com/Katanning.EcoWeek/ Email: hello@katanninglandcare.org.au

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About Us: We grow native trees!

The time is right for native seedlings to be planted in our area. If you haven’t ordered your seedlings yet, get in touch, we may still have a few available for sale for 2018 plantings For more information about what we do, please get in touch with us: Phone: 08 9821 4327 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landcare.katanning/ or https://www.facebook.com/Katanning.EcoWeek/ Email: […]

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About Us: Katanning Landcare Loves …

For more information about what we do, please get in touch with us: Phone: 08 9821 4327 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landcare.katanning/ or https://www.facebook.com/Katanning.EcoWeek/ Email: hello@katanninglandcare.org.au

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About Us: Katanning Landcare is …

For more information about what we do, please get in touch with us: Phone: 08 9821 4327 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/landcare.katanning/ or https://www.facebook.com/Katanning.EcoWeek/ Email: hello@katanninglandcare.org.au

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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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Employment Opportunity: Events Coordinator 2018

Are you great at making connections? We are looking for an enthusiastic, people-oriented, organised, person who loves connecting and empowering people. Starting in February 2018, the Katanning Landcare Events Coordinator will plan, organise and drive all Landcare events in 2018, including EcoWeek, community volunteer activities, small landholder workshop, and other events.   Join a passionate, […]

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A beautiful weekend for planting

The weather smiled down on us again this weekend, as our 18 volunteers did more garden maintenance, and had a test run at planting the reeds for the Piesse Lake shoreline. Here’s a few photos from Sunday’s busy bee. Click on each image for a larger photo. Remember, we have lots of other opportunities for […]

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National Landcare Conference 2016

By: Ella Maesepp On September 22 and 23 2016, I attended the National Landcare Conference in Melbourne. For those who weren’t there – here are the key messages I got from the amazing array of speakers! 2016 was my fourth National Landcare Conference, with each having its own distinct vibe: * Adelaide 2010: “We’ve lost our mojo, […]

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The Hidden Benefits of a Home Vege Garden

I’ve always disliked gardening. I think it’s because I’d kill most things I planted. But when my son came along, I decided to give veggie gardening another go as I felt it was important that he grew up knowing where food comes from. The greenie in me also said I needed to do it, complementing […]

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A New Family Watching Over Lake Ewlyamartup

Yesterday we celebrated the unveiling of a new sculpture at Lake Ewlyamartup, a family of four – mother, father, toddler and baby – made from agricultural scrap metal. The family are welcoming, watching the lake and creating a point of interest for visitors. But the story behind this piece of public art is so much […]

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