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Regen Recap 2023

Undertaking a second year of planting as a part of the State Government initiative More Trees for a Cooler, Greener West; we planted another 5,000

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Perched on the threshold

Have you heard about the fish stocking strategy? It’s part of the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) management plan to provide recreational fishing opportunities, and support

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Missing marsupials

When it comes to quirky animal names, the fat-tailed dunnart would have to be up there with the sarcastic fringehead and screaming hairy armadillo. They’re

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Why Green Wedges are important

On 15 June, WRA submitted to the Western Plains South Green Wedge Management Plan. WRA’s submission articulates various concern, including the potential loss of green wedge

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Referendum on the Voice

Last Monday 26 June, WRA representatives attended a Welcoming Cities Forum to further outline the issues, opportunities and misconceptions of the upcoming referendum that will ask each

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Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July® is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can have cleaner

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Wyndham Waste Alliance

The Wyndham Waste Alliance is an initiative that aims to build the skills, networks and capacity of local Wyndham residents to tackle the waste crisis.

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Launch of CALD Toolkit

On a sunny winter’s day, a group of government and community representatives gathered along a stretch of the Werribee River near Manorvale Parade, to officially

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Save Our Soils Water Watch

Findings from monthly water quality testing in the lower Werribee River. Since 2008 The Werribee River Association has been undertaking monthly water quality testing at

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Art of the Werribee River

The Werribee River Association aims to create opportunities for the community to connect with their local waterways. Along with guided walks and educational sessions, the

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Wandering Cats

Cats are a treasured pet for many families in Australia, with around 23% of households owning one or more. But for our native creatures, cats

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