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Young Farmers Tour
July 2016
Please call or text Emma Reid with your ideas

Annual General Meeting
Thursday, 29 October 2015
The Pub, Borden (6pm - 8pm)

Come and see what is happening in your area…

NSPNR's key achievements

Discussions by DAFWA Katanning on:

  • The new Sheep Industry Business Innovation Project
  • Harvest weed management and reducing weed burden
Come and join us for dinner and drinks at the Pub!

Wild Radish is becoming one of the most difficult weeds to control in our area, with land further North showing signs of resistance to chemical control of the plant. 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.

Young Farmers Tour July 2016 – Borden > Perth > Lancelin

Chasing suggestions!

For ideas and expressions of interest please contact Emma, NRM Officer on 0437 248 206 or 9828 1086 or drop into the office. Share your ideas and help to organise a great trip!

Funding is available NOW for work to be done over the next 3 years

If you have you been thinking about Revegetation or Fencing work, now is the time to do it, or put it in the budget for 2013, 2014 or 2015!

NSPNR has funding available for the next three years for suitable sites within the North Stirlings Pallinup and Gillamii area’s through Enhancing Biodiversity & Revolutionising Revegetation Techniques. Three different types of revegetation techniques are available through this project; biodiversity plantings, bio diverse sandalwood plantings and fodder/forage plantings.

To RSVP or for more information contact Marnie Vaux, NRM Officer Pallinup Landcare Centre on 9828 1086, or email