18 October, 2017
Minister for Water, the Hon Dave Kelly MLA visited a Busselton dairy this month for an overview of DairyCare effluent and fertiliser projects in the catchment.
The DairyCare project is addressing nutrient runoff from dairy farms under the Revitalising Geographe Waterways program.
Dairy farmer Wesley Lammie showed Minister Kelly through the farm’s ...
11 October, 2017
2017 marks 20 years of GeoCatch working with community and partners to improve and protect the natural resources of the Geographe catchment.
Last week, GeoCatch’s work over twenty years advocating for better management to ensure the health of the catchment and its waterways was recognised in a visit by Minister for ...
09 October, 2017
Free Possum Night Walks delivered by GeoCatch in Busselton during the school holidays on Wednesday and Thursday 27th and 28th September were popular with families keen for some night time adventure, with both evening events fully booked.
“Our Possum Night Walks are always popular with families and are a great chance ...
18 September, 2017
Weed and erosion control, creation of access points, a platform for fishing and the reduction of nutrients in the water were key areas of interest expressed by local residents in a survey undertaken by students from Busselton Senior High School.
GeoCatch partnered with the Busselton Senior High School earlier this year ...
12 September, 2017
As national Landcare week comes to a close, we thank the unsung heroes of the Australian Landcare movement for caring for our environment.
The Geographe catchment has had a long history of Landcare groups with a number of local groups including the Toby Inlet Catchment Committee, Dunsborough Coast and Landcare Committee ...
08 September, 2017
September 7 marks National Threatened Species Day and is an important reminder of the threatened species living in our backyards, the Western Ringtail Possum.
Western Ringtail Possums were once widely spread across the south west from Perth to Albany but their range has declined dramatically due to land clearing for urban ...
07 September, 2017
Thursday 7th September marks National Threatened Species Day. To commemorate this important day, GeoCatch Project Officers, Nicole Lincoln and Lisa Massey guided Year 3 students from Georgiana Molloy Anglican School on an interpretive wetland walk in Busselton.
The group walked along two of the City of Busselton’s Wetland Trails
04 September, 2017
A native of South Africa, the Arum Lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) is a garden escapee in Western Australia which has subsequently become a declared pest. The Arum is widespread in the south west of the State from Northampton to Albany. The management of this weed in the Geographe catchment continues to ...
30 August, 2017
The last days of winter were gloriously enjoyed by the water quality monitoring team who took to their canoes to collect samples from the Vasse Wonnerup wetlands. In comparison to the wet and wild weather conditions experienced in the last few months the team made the most of the recent ...
10 August, 2017
The water quality problems that we face in the Geographe Catchment are not unique and learning from others is an important part of the Revitalising Geographe Waterways program.
GeoCatch is proud to host “Looking over the fence” with three fascinating presenters from Queensland and New Zealand sharing their experience in dealing with water ...