David Lindsay and Jan Star signing three year deal with 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; […]

cockatoos in the classroom flyer

Cockatoos in the Classroom

The 2018 Great Cocky Count Birdlife Australia- The Great Cocky Count is a long-term citizen science survey and the biggest single survey for black-cockatoos in Western Australia. On one night in autumn, volunteers monitor known roost sites and count black-cockatoos as they come in to their evening roosts. Records submitted from across the southwest provide […]

Extreme case of summer sores

Summer sores and faecal egg counts- Worm management in summer.

This summer has your horse developed a sore just won’t heal? You may be dealing with a summer sore. Summer sores occur when worm larvae are deposited by flies onto moist areas on a horse, such as a wound or near the eye. The worm larvae then irritate the area causing inflammation and itching. This […]

Worms and Weeds Equine Event

Are you confused about how to move forward in summer with your worms and weeds management? Worry no more- Landcare SJ are hosting a new Equine Landcare event on Worms and Weeds Summer Management.   Western Envirapest & Weed Solutions talking about your summer weed issues, what plants to look our for, and how to create […]

Calling all Cockatube owners!

If you have a Cockatube installed on your property, Landcare SJ is interested in hearing from you! NRM Project Officer Sarah is in the process of designing a monitoring program for a sample of installed Cockatubes, thanks to funding from the WA Natural Resources Management Office. The first step is to conduct a review of […]

Perth Royal Show volunteers with head in a photoboard showing a scarecrow and a chicken.

Landcare SJ takes Cocktube’s to the Perth Royal Show

For the very first time Landcare SJ constructed an interactive stall for the Perth Royal Show. In partnership with the Serpentine Jarrahdale Food and Farm Alliance (SJ FFA), the stall showcased the Cockatube artificial nesting box for the black cockatoos, promotion of the Food and Farm Fest event on May 5th 2018 by displaying local […]

Red Tailed Black Cockatoo inspecting an artificial nesting box outside the Landcare SJ office in Mundijong.

Measuring NRM Success – Project Update

State NRM Project 2016, CCGL15461: MEASURING NRM SUCCESSES IN SERPENTINE JARRAHDALE. Read all about the latest news on this project as written by project officer Sarah Way-   Since commencing with Landcare at the end of May, Sarah has been systematically reviewing all Landcare’s project data from 2007 through to the present. Not surprisingly, Landcare’s […]

The crowd at the 2017 Landcare SJ AGM

Landcare SJ showcase activities at annual general meeting

The Serpentine Jarrahdale Landcare Centre hosted to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Landcare SJ Inc a not-for-profit community organisation. The Australian Government defines an AGM as –  “a meeting held once a year that all members of a charity are invited to attend. The purpose of an AGM is to give members a report […]

a picture of a bushfire with the words-Have you made your bushfire survival plan?

Fire Safety Survival Plan Workshop in time for 2017 fire season.

Landcare SJ, the SJ Equine Landcare Group, The Forever Project, and the Peel Harvey Catchment Council have partnered up to provide equine landowners the opportunity to create a fire safety survival plan with the experienced presenter award winning Rohan Carboon, Bushfire Safety Consultant. This workshop will be funded through the National Landcare Programme and State […]

Spraying phosphide on to control dieback

NEW Funding Received for Dieback Control

Peel-Harvey Catchment Council Community Environment Grant Round 2 Dieback Treatment on Private Land Three large areas of privately owned native vegetation will benefit from grant funding through the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council’s Community Environment Grant. The grant will be used to treat 3870m of Phytophthora dieback disease front, which will protect 142ha of bushland from infestation […]