Four years of trials have found that national phosphorus recommendations are relevant for soils in South West Western Australia.
Geographe Bay seagrass shows resilience
Scientists monitoring the health of Geographe Bay’s seagrass meadows continue to be pleased with the overall health of the seagrass following the release of the 2022 Keep Watch seagrass monitoring report by GeoCatch.
Monitoring for management in the Geographe waterways
Monitoring water quality in the Vasse Wonnerup wetlands and Geographe waterways is an important component of the Revitalising Geographe Waterways program, especially over summer months, where monitoring is used to inform management decisions.
New monitoring plan provides snapshot of Geographe Waterways
A new science and monitoring plan that provides insight into the health of the Geographe Waterways has been released.
Restoration work continues at Yakamia Creek
On November 28th, South Coast NRM was joined by Menang Elder Avril Dean, Lindsay Dean and project partners Minderoo Foundation, the City of Albany, and Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, to celebrate works to date and contribute to the restoration works of the Amity Reach project – a collaborative and ambitious urban water restoration project in the heart of Albany.
Massy tour re-energises regenerative conversation
Our Soil Wise project recently supported esteemed author, farmer and scientist Dr Charles Massy’s tour of WA. RegenWA share the highlights of the tour.
New guidelines to assist farmers and reduce environmental impacts
Water Minister Dave Kelly has today announced the release of new best practice guidelines for nutrient management to assist grazing farmers in Western Australia’s South-West.
New uPtake trial to assess alternative phosphorus product
A new trial in the Peel-Harvey catchment is examining if the use of low water-soluble phosphorus fertiliser can improve pasture growth, while reducing nutrient loss to local waterways.
South-West agricultural soil testing opportunities to benefit farm profitability and waterway health
Expressions of interest are now open for farmers to participate in the latest round of the fertiliser management program through Healthy Estuaries WA.
Sediment removal program to commence in the Lower Vasse River
Water Minister Dave Kelly has announced the commencement of a sediment removal program in the Lower Vasse River in Busselton to improve local water quality. The City of Busselton is leading and co-funding this work, with funding provided through Healthy Estuaries WA under the oversight of the Vasse Taskforce.