four women walking through a paddock in Jarrahdale for the Healthy Habitats program

In the (conservation) zone for rate relief

New bushland area enters the Serpentine Jarrahdale Conservation Zone. A privately owned property in the Jarrahdale hills has become the most recent entry into the Serpentine-Jarrahdale Conservation Zone. The property includes a 10 ha high conservation area which will be protected in-perpetuity for conservation under the new zoning and a conservation covenant. In return for […]

Peel Harvey Catchment Council Community Grants

A total of $65,240 has been provided by the Australian Federal Government through the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council for the protection and enhancement of 4 significant bushland reserve in Serpentine Jarrahdale and north Murray. Brickwood reserve, Byford – 50ha Mundijong road and Duckpond reserve – 11ha North Dandalup Primary School reserve – 2ha Privately owned bushland […]

people walking through bushland in keysbrook

Healthy Habitats Bus Tour 2016 – What Has Been Achieved

On a very wet Saturday on the 8th October, 21 Serpentine Jarrahdale land owners took part in the Healthy Habitats Bus Tour 2016 of 3 Healthy Habitats properties. Amongst the group were Healthy Habitats members, Councillors from the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale, representatives from Landcare SJ and land owners interested in bushland management.   The […]

picture of monk and bontanist inspecting dam at Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastery

Healthy Habitats – Creating Wetlands at Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastery

Healthy Habitats – Creating Wetlands Penny Hollick from the Shire of Serpentine Jarrahdale and Kristy Gregory, Landcare SJ officer did a Healthy Habitats site visit to the Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastery today.       The monks would like to turn their 3 dams into living wetlands so  were seeking expert advice through the Healthy Habitats […]

Healthy Habitats. An Update from Landcare SJ Officer Kristy Gregory

Another great partnership between LandcareSJ and the Shire of SJ. Healthy Habitats I have just now helped Dr Penny Hollick complete the final report to the State NRM Office,  and I have been amazed when quantifying what has been achieved on-ground, in actively looking after bushland on private property. I thought the following most noteworthy […]