Rangelands NRM is a natural resource management not-for-profit organisation that works in the rangelands (outback) of Western Australia supporting the people who manage the land.
Rangelands NRM works alongside and in collaboration with the people in the Western Australian rangelands (outback) who manage our our natural resources—our water, soil, plants and animals; developing programs to protect and preserve the region’s biodiversity and protect the habitat of our threatened fauna and flora, and improve land management practices and sustainability.
PROTECTING THE TERRITORY
FARMING & PASTORAL
This hub keeps up to date information on the activities, resources and events dedicated to eradicating and managing the growing spread of gamba grass in the Northern Territory.
This hub is the home of the NT Soil Consortium, which aims to better enable land managers to implement land management practices that will improve on-farm soil.
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TNRM workshops and events.
See the latest upcoming events from Territory Natural Resource Manabgement.
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