Vertical Farm Real Estate
16th March 2018
@ Simon Hills - 9.00 am
Focus on the Pallinup; Sheoaks, Pools and Floods
22nd March 2018
@ Kybelup Pool - 9.00 am
29th March 2018
@ The Pub, Borden - 6.00pm
WEED OF THE MONTH
Fleabanes are annual herbs with a basal rosette of entire or toothed leaves and an erect, often greyish, leafy flowering stem. The small flower heads are cream to white and do not have the radiating petal-like florets seen in many daisies. Instead there are several slender tubular florets. READ MORE...
ANNUAL VELDT GRASS
This annual grass is commonly 50-80 cm tall. The leaf blades have dark stem-clasping bases and a membranous tongue (ligule) between the blade and sheath. The purplish green inflorescence is fairly loose with large drooping spikelets. READ MORE...
Welcome to North Stirlings Pallinup Natural Resources
North Stirlings Pallinup Natural Resources covers a large parcel of the Pallinup River catchment area bound by the Shires of Gnowangerup, Broomehill and Tambellup. Our aim is to inspire both current and future generations to undertake sustainable management of the regions natural resources through coordination, education and implementation programs. We ensure all information and technology presented to our members is up to date and delivered by professionals and experts in their field. As a highly motivated group of people we seek to encourage the viability of the landholder by forging connections with other environmentally related fields to benefit the social, economic and environmental status of the North Stirlings Pallinup areas.
Focus On Pallinup: Sheoaks, Pools and Floods
Thu Mar 22 - 9am to 11am
The life of the Pallinup River, the past, present and future. Come join us at the Kybelup Pool to hear the key findings on the latest survey, take a short stroll and hear what actions there maybe for the future. Presented by Steve and Geraldine Janicke from Waterways Assessment & Environmental Investigations and North Stirlings Pallinup Natural Resources. This project is made possible by the State Government’s NRM Program.
Thu Mar 29 - From 6pm
The Pub, 13 Moir Street, Borden WA
The Farmer Exchange is an online agricultural community for Aussie primary producers to connect with one another. Join in on this free event to find out more. Refreshments and Canapes provided.