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Cranbrook School provides boost to wetland restoration

As part of the Gondwana Wetlands program, Green Skills and the local Gillamii Centre  organised a lake foreshore re-vegetation  and wetland restoration project on the Lehmann farm, near Cranbrook on Thursday 26th July 2018. Forty two enthusiastic students and four teachers from the Cranbrook School helped plant 2400 salt tolerant shrubs and trees (of 12 […]

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Green Skills Denmark consultancy team completes the review of the Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan for the Torbay Catchment Group – July 2018

Green Skills Denmark consultancy team completes the review of the Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan for the Torbay Catchment Group – July 2018

The Green Skills Denmark consultant team has recently completed the community engagement process and document creation for the review of the 2006 Watershed Torbay – Torbay Catchment Restoration Plan.  The community engagement process involved numerous community workshops, an online survey and a number of meetings with the Torbay Catchment Group Committee and other key stakeholders […]

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Report from the WA Landcare Network Form

Report from WA Landcare Network  Forum By Basil Schur On Friday 20th July he WA Landcare Network held a members and Stake-holders forum at the Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre. Around 90 people attended the event.  The Welcome to Country by Marie Taylor, a Whadjuk Noongar Elder, included some special story telling – and this complemented […]

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News films highlight Cultural links to wetlands

New YouTube films highlight cultural importance of two south coast wetlands Green Skills has recently produced two short YouTube films documenting  Noongar Elders,  Carol Pettersen and  Eugene Eades, visiting  culturally significant wetlands east of Albany.The films were made by  Frank Rijavec with assistance from Margaret Robertson. The films are based on a day’s outing led […]

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Gondwana Connections Exhibition Opening & Landcare Forum held in Manjimup

On Monday 16th July, Green Skills held a landcare forum at the Manjimup Art Gallery to open the Gondwana Connections  Arts and Photographic exhibition. The event was co-sponsored by Gondwana Link and the Warren Catchments Council.  It provided an opportunity to show case the wonderful art and photographic work completed in recent years by both […]

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Perth’s first winter seedlings are in!

Perth’s first winter seedlings are in!

The City of Kalamunda got in early, and were well prepared for this week’s impressive rainfall. Last month, our Ecojobs team of 4 spent the day augering soil, planting seedlings, and protecting them with tree guards. All that is left is to soak up the rain! We have teams planting seedlings throughout the Perth metro area from […]

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