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Are you a farmer? Sign up for our Kicking the Dirt newsletter to get all the latest news, events and opportunities from us and our partners. Contact geocatch@dwer.wa.gov.au or DM us. conta.cc/3zDuKfw ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to all the superheroes 🦸‍♀️ who made our Garden Guardians of the Bay Movie Fundraiser night so special! It was a wonderful evening of good food, good company and connection. The movie was pretty awesome too! All proceeds to The Man Walk Busselton - thanks for your support all you do for the community! Thanks to Rio Tinto for supporting The Man Walk and our sundowner event, as well as Shelter Brewing Co and @mosswood for kindly donating beverages. Our major supporters South West Catchments Council (SWCC), National Landcare Program, #waestuaries and #revitalisinggeographewaterways - thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

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Meet Sue. Host of 6PR Gardening with Sue McDougall, Sue is more than just a green thumb. She is a wealth of knowledge on all things gardening and landscaping. We are delighted to have Sue at our Living Soil workshop this Sunday. She will be sharing her secrets to great soil and teaching us how to get the biology back into the soil to grow amazing gardens. 🌿🌹🎋🍄🌶If you'd like to join register at: www.geocatch.asn.au/event/living-soil-workshop/ ... See MoreSee Less
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A big shout out to the Year 3's at Capel Primary School who planted 250 trees for #SchoolsTreeDay! The trees will become important habitat for the #westernringtailpossum and other native wildlife. Students learnt about why the western ringtail possum is critically endangered and what they can do to aid its conservation. They also learnt skills in tree planting and preparation, and how to work together as a team. A stellar effort by all the students involved! Tree Planting Legends! Schools Tree Day supported by Planet Ark and Toyota Australia, local support from Busselton Toyota, South West Catchments Council (SWCC) and National Landcare Program. Fabulous jumper from Boom Shankar! Get involved in #NationalTreeDay this Sunday: treeday.planetark.org/ ... See MoreSee Less
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