The PHCC implements and manages a variety of on-ground, planning and capacity building projects to further progress sustainable natural resource management within our catchment and in some cases the wider South West NRM region.

The impetus for these projects does varies but in the majority of cases the project ideas are developed through the strategic planning undertaken by the PHCC (including public consultation) to prioritise and address the major threats to the natural resource assets of the Peel-Harvey Catchment.

The resulting project proposals are then further refined and appropriate funding is sourced.  The primary source of funding for the PHCC projects is the Australian Government’s “Caring for our Country” (CfoC) program.  Other sources of funds are also sort from other grant schemes such as the Coastwest and State NRM  (WA Government) and directly from Local Government and industry partners such as Alcoa.

The side menu bar to the left lists our current and recent projects categorised into their major theme areas being Biodiversity, Climate Change, Indigenous, Land, Water, Salinity and integrated projects (cross theme/asset projects).

Following is a list of our major current (and recent) projects:

Biodiversity

Climate Change

Water Quality

Ramsar

Sustainable Agriculture

Integrated Projects

  • Groundworks: Land Management Tenders
  • Man and the Biosphere Application
  • Peel Cultural Landscape Project (Project Finalised)
  • SJ Landcare Centre
  • Waroona Landcare Centre
  • Mandurah FroGs
  • Hotham Landcare Centre
  • Williams Narrogin Landcare Centre