Chair of the Landcare SJ Board, Prof. David Lindsay, and Board member Jan Star signing a new three year agreement on landcare service delivery in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale.

Three year deal a win for Landcare in Serpentine Jarrahdale.

SJ Community Landcare Centre Landcare SJ Inc have been delivering environmental outcomes in the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale for over 25 years. A not-for-profit organisation that coordinates landcare, bushcare and catchment care, Landcare SJ achieves reversals in land degradation, promotion of best practice land management, conservation and restoration of habitat for native flora and fauna; […]

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North Dandalup Primary School Preserving Bushland

 North Dandalup Primary school has 2ha of bushland reserve, mostly in good condition, containing several types of  rare Marri Woodlands botanically classed as Threatened Ecological Communities. In the early days of settlement farmers knew that land containing certain species of plants and trees would have soil that would be successful for farming. As a consequence […]

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Cat Management – is there a silver bullet

By Scott Thompson on Jun 08, 2016   Predation by feral cats is one of the greatest threats facing threatened species and fauna assemblages across Australia. The ongoing management of the impacts of feral cats is a challenging task and although there are many techniques being trialled, we don’t seem to have found a ‘silver […]

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There must be Better Ways to Manage Native Animals

There are opportunities to better manage native animals in urban, peri-urban and rural areas. Often it is more about better coordination, getting in early or knowing who to contact to get the right advice. There is also a strong case for a more evidence-based approach to feral animal management and for guidelines on issues such […]