Entries by Nathalie

Save the Date – National NRM Conference 2022

We are happy to announce that the next National NRM Conference is to be held in Margaret River, WA and will be co-hosted with South West Catchments Council! The South West Catchments Council has been the peak Regional Natural Resource Management (NRM) organisation for the South West since 2001. SWCC work in partnership with the […]

Celebrating NAIDOC week, a message from our Chair

Recognising, respecting and appreciating the cultural, physical, emotional and spiritual connection to country of our Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people, is growing across generations. Land, waters, heritage and cultural sites need protection from exploitation and destruction. NRM Regions Australia are listening. We are hearing the stories, thinking about our values and remain committed to […]

New Threatened Species Strategy launched

This week, Threatened Species Commissioner Sally Box announced the launch of the Australian Government’s new 10-year Threatened Species Strategy. Several welcome elements include: Climate adaptation and resilience such as conserving potential future places of refuge and strategies for ‘assisted colonisation’ Broadening the priority species to include reptiles, amphibians, freshwater and marine species, A new focus […]

2021 Federal Budget Factsheets

This week saw the announcement of the Federal Budget for 2021-22. Those elements relevant to natural resource management within this budget include biosecurity, soils, climate adaptation and resilience, environment protection and biodiversity stewardship. Key highlights of the budget are listed below: Soils $196.9 million in new funding over four years to implement the National Soil […]