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A Bardi Jawi ranger
A Bardi Jawi ranger

Aboriginal Ranger Program Round 4 recipients announced

Environment Minister Reece Whitby and Aboriginal Affairs Minister Tony Buti have today announced the recipients of funding under Round 4 (Expansion Fund) of the McGowan Government's Aboriginal Ranger Program (ARP).

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Marmion Marine Park
Marmion Marine Park

Significant step forward for creation of Marmion Marine Park

The McGowan Government has appointed 12 members to the Community Reference Committee (CRC) for the review and proposed expansion of the Marmion Marine Park.

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DBCA News

Warlibirri National Park created in Plan for Our Parks milestone

The McGowan Government is pleased to announce the creation of the Warlibirri National Park, a milestone under the Plan for Our Parks initiative.

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DBCA News

Funding boost for Darling Range Wildlife Shelter

Environment Minister Reece Whitby has today presented a Lotterywest grant to the Darling Range Wildlife Shelter to further support its efforts in caring for sick or injured wildlife.

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Veiw of John Forrest National Park
Veiw of John Forrest National Park

Architect appointed for enhancement of WA’s oldest national park

Environment Minister Reece Whitby has today announced local architects Gresley Abas will design the new Park Centre that will become the focal point of John Forrest National Par

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Funding Round 4 Open for Aboriginal Ranger Program
Funding Round 4 Open for Aboriginal Ranger Program

$22 million boost to Aboriginal Ranger Program as funding round opens

$22 million boost to Aboriginal Ranger Program as funding round opens

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DBCA News

Community projects funded through the Swan Alcoa Landcare Program

A total of 22 community groups have been awarded $281,240 in grants this year to deliver 53 projects that will help conserve bushland and waterways in the Swan, Canning and surrounding catchments.

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Protecting biodiversity in the northern jarrah forest
Protecting biodiversity in the northern jarrah forest

Protection of WA’s vulnerable native species receives a major boost

Protection of vulnerable native species in the northern jarrah forest has received a major boost through approximately $1 million in funding for the Western Shield wildlife recovery program.

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DBCA News

Planning for the future of Marmion Marine Park

The proposed changes reflect the increasing popularity of the marine park and will allow for continued sustainable commercial and recreational activities such as fishing, tourism, diving, and boating.

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DBCA News

Expert advisory group to shape $50 million expanded Aboriginal Ranger Program

The McGowan Government has appointed an expert advisory group to help shape the future of the expanded $50 million Aboriginal Ranger Program (ARP).

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