Media releases

uPtake wins AWA Award

November 12, 2021

The Department of Water and Environmental Regulation’s (DWER) uPtake program has been recognised for its contribution to Research and Development Excellence at the Australian Water Association Awards held recently....

Dairy farmers in the Leschenault catchment are striving for best practice effluent management by investing in effluent systems, which are keeping nutrients on farm and out of waterways. Nine dairy farms in the catchment have joined 12 ot...

Skilling up in Manjimup

September 24, 2021

Catchment officers and government staff met in Manjimup on Wednesday 18 August to take the next step forward in the Healthy Estuaries WA fertiliser management program. This year will see an increase in the number of people able to digiti...

The Western Australian dairy industry has shown its commitment to reducing the environmental impact of dairy farm effluent with its release of a revised Code of Practice for Dairy Farm Effluent WA.  First developed in 2012 by Western Dai...

People observing an uPtake trial site

Increased confidence in the science behind efficient phosphorus application has seen major fertiliser companies incorporate the recent findings in the models they use to generate fertiliser advice they give to farmers....

Lower Blackwood Landcare and department staff

Partnership agreements were signed with nine organisations in January to collaboratively deliver Healthy Estuaries WA over the next four years. The partnership agreements will collectively fund more than $9 million of on-ground works and...

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