The Prohibited Burning Period for the Shire has been extended further and will now apply until midnight, Tuesday 14 May 2024. No fires can be lit in the open air. More information here.

Environmental community groups working in the Shire include:

 

Nature Conservation Margaret River

Nature Conservation Margaret River leverages the strength of the regional community by raising awareness, inspiring commitment and empowering action on behalf of the environment. It does this by combining grassroots community support with sound conservation science and pragmatic policy initiatives. Find out more about their programs and how you can get involved by visiting the Nature Conservation website.

 

Lower Black Land Conservation District Committee (LCDC)

The Lower Blackwood LCDC works to promote a sustainable agriculture community in the Blackwood region, where sustainability is measured in economic, social and environmental terms. Find out more about their programs and how to get involved visiting the Lower Blackwood LCDC website. 

 

Margaret River Regional Environment Centre (MRREC)

The MRREC is a not-for-profit group based in the Cape to Cape region promoting the values of conservation and awareness of our local environment in particular and of the world environment in general. The MRREC Bush Regeneration Group is also actively undertaking bushland regeneration near Clarke Road. Find out more about their projects and how to get involved visiting the MRREC website.

 

Friends of the Cape to Cape Track Inc

The Friends of the Cape to Cape Track Inc. is a not for profit community group organise group walks, undertaking track maintenance and works closely with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions. Find out more about the organisation and how you can get involved by visiting the Friends of the Cape to Cape Track website.

 

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