AABR's aim is to foster and encourage sound ecological practices of bushland management by qualified people, and to promote the study and practice of Bush Regeneration.
Organised by The Greens. Useful campaigning 'how to' downloads and training courses. Full of practical skills and campaign secrets to help get your message out.
In a world where conservation budgets are insufficient given the number of species threatened with extinction, identifying conservation priorities is crucial. British ecologist Norman Myers defined the biodiversity hotspot concept in 1988.
BirdLife Australia brings together people who care about birds. More than just a research organisation, BA is a passionate advocate for the protection of our birds and the habitats on which they depend.
Birds in Backyards is a research, education and conservation program focusing on the birds that live where people live. Learn about how you can create bird-friendly spaces in your garden and local community.
The objectives of the program have been to research the distribution and ecology of Carnaby's, Baudin's and Forest Red-tailed Black Cockatoos and threats to their survival.
CCWA is the State’s foremost non-profit, non-government conservation organisation. It's mission is to increase community awareness on conservation, and encourage action for conservation throughout Western Australia.
The Department is the State's environmental manager. The site contains an extensive range of resource materials and reports.
The impact of Phytophthora Dieback is arguably the greatest threat to the biodiversity of the south-west region in Western Australia. Within infested areas Phytophthora dieback acts like a Biological Bulldozer.
Provides community groups and individuals with environmental legal services including advice, education, representation and opportunity to participate in reform of laws affecting the environment.
The EPA has statutory obligations to conduct environmental impact assessments and initiate measures to protect the environment from environmental harm and pollution.
The Environmental Weeds Action Network is a community initiative to tackle the problem of environmental weeds in bushland and waterways.
A community website that allows you to map sightings of feral pigs and the problems they are causing in your local area. Feral pigs cause over $106 million damage each year. Record sightings in FeralPigScan.
The database contains over 22,046 records of basic name and descriptive information on the state’s flora — including many lichens, bryophytes and algae, and fungi.
All about bats in Western Australia.
GL programs assist individuals, families and communities to adopt more environmentally sustainable lifestyles and our programs have been a major catalyst for change for many generations of Australian families.
Australia is proud to boast more than 4000 community landcare groups, 2000 Coastcare groups and many thousands of landcare volunteers in most towns across the country.
NE delivers various environmental educational workshops for community members and schools interested in learning skills for a sustainable way of life.
NatureMap represents the most comprehensive window currently available on the distribution of Western Australia's flora and fauna. It contains information from the WA Herbarium and the WA Museum.
PANDORA, Australia's Web Archive, is a growing collection of Australian online publications, established initially by the National Library of Australia in 1996, and now built in collaboration with nine other Australian libraries and cultural collecting organisations.
RCE WA joins the growing global network of 85 RCEs committed to action the goals of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (DESD, 2005 – 2014).
Roleybushcare is an environmental group that is focused on maintaining and protecting the bushland around the Roleystone and Karragullen areas. We have regular planting and dieback treatment days.
The PBP supports Local Governments to use their functions and powers effectively to protect and manage natural areas. It provides documents/tools, interlinked projects and programs, and targetted suppport to LGAs.
Perth Region NRM Inc. is a community-led regional organisation responsible for coordinating and delivering natural resource management (NRM) in the Perth Region.
With eyes attuned to small bumps in the ground and an irresistible urge to scratch among the leaf litter, volunteers with the Perth Urban Bushland Fungi Project (PUBF) are revealing Perth's fungal treasures.
The Australian Weeds Strategy provides a framework to establish consistent guidance for all parties, and identifies priorities for weed management across the nation.
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