Reflecting on our achievements over the past year with the release of the GeoCatch 2019/20 Year in Review.
We are proud of our collective achievements, in what was a year like no another. We are always working to do things better, do more with less and push the limits of what we can get done on the ground to improve the health of our catchment and, ultimately, Geographe Bay. This last financial year has forced us to adapt and learn a range of new skills, skills that will benefit our organisation and the community post COVID-19.
We are committed to delivering projects across the Catchment that protect and enhance the natural environment, increase community awareness and ownership, and which bring stakeholders together towards a common goal.
Some of our collective achievements include:
- 24 farms engaged in soil testing to improve fertiliser practices
- 8 on-ground farm projects to improve water quality
- 10,634 seedlings planted for Western Ringtail Possum habitat
- 585 volunteer hours in citizen science and on-ground action
- 22 community events with 1153 participants
Our major achievements for 2019-2020 have been collated into an infographic for the community.
We would like to thank our partners who make this important work possible and our community for sharing our passion.