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Flora & Fauna Surveys in the Pilbara

The Natural Area consulting team were commissioned to undertake flora and fauna surveys in Pilgangoora as part of feasibility studies in the area. Natural Area’s Senior Botanist – Sharon Hynes, Lead Biologist – Alex Devine and Field Hand – James Piper undertook the works. This is what James Piper had to say about the experience: […]

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The Natural Area consulting team were commissioned to undertake flora and fauna surveys in Pilgangoora as part of feasibility studies in the area. Natural Area’s Senior Botanist – Sharon Hynes, Lead Biologist – Alex Devine and Field Hand – James Piper undertook the works. This is what James Piper had to say about the experience: […]

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Sustainability Initiatives 2016 : Composting

With the growth of our team, we are ever mindful of the impact our activities have on the environment. In 2016, Natural Area are introducing monthly sustainability initiatives in order to reduce, reuse or recycle, increase awareness and contribute to sustainable work practices. A large part of the Natural Area Sustainability Initiatives (NASI) relies on […]

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With the growth of our team, we are ever mindful of the impact our activities have on the environment. In 2016, Natural Area are introducing monthly sustainability initiatives in order to reduce, reuse or recycle, increase awareness and contribute to sustainable work practices. A large part of the Natural Area Sustainability Initiatives (NASI) relies on […]

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Sustainability Initiatives 2016: Bottled Water

With the growth of our team, we are ever mindful of the impact our activities have on the environment. In 2016, Natural Area are introducing monthly sustainability initiatives in order to reduce, reuse or recycle, increase awareness and contribute to sustainable work practices. A large part of the Natural Area Sustainability Initiatives (NASI) relies on […]

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With the growth of our team, we are ever mindful of the impact our activities have on the environment. In 2016, Natural Area are introducing monthly sustainability initiatives in order to reduce, reuse or recycle, increase awareness and contribute to sustainable work practices. A large part of the Natural Area Sustainability Initiatives (NASI) relies on […]

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Oman Botanical Gardens

Our founding Director – David Hancock visited the Oman Botanic Gardens recently on a research trip with Dermot Molloy from the Royal Melbourne Botanic Gardens. The purpose of the trip was to assist the team there with propagation issues, investigate restoration issues and to promote the IPPS and SERA. Oman have an extraordinary vision for […]

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Our founding Director – David Hancock visited the Oman Botanic Gardens recently on a research trip with Dermot Molloy from the Royal Melbourne Botanic Gardens. The purpose of the trip was to assist the team there with propagation issues, investigate restoration issues and to promote the IPPS and SERA. Oman have an extraordinary vision for […]

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Wheatbelt NRM BioBlitz 2015

The Bindoon – Dewars Pool Road BioBlitz is a community project aimed at bringing together professional and amateur biologists, ecologists and naturalists – and those interested in learning more about their natural environment – to advance the scientific knowledge of, and learn more about, one part of the State’s diverse biota, ecological communities, and environmental […]

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The Bindoon – Dewars Pool Road BioBlitz is a community project aimed at bringing together professional and amateur biologists, ecologists and naturalists – and those interested in learning more about their natural environment – to advance the scientific knowledge of, and learn more about, one part of the State’s diverse biota, ecological communities, and environmental […]

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Dieback Information Group (DIG) Conference 2015

The 14th annual Dieback Information Group conference was held on Friday 31st of July 2015 at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre. The conference was sponsored by Natural Area and attended by Natural Areas own David Hancock and Sharon Hynes (Botanist). This year the focus was on the biosecurity issues that surround Phytophthora dieback and other […]

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The 14th annual Dieback Information Group conference was held on Friday 31st of July 2015 at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre. The conference was sponsored by Natural Area and attended by Natural Areas own David Hancock and Sharon Hynes (Botanist). This year the focus was on the biosecurity issues that surround Phytophthora dieback and other […]

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Native Grass Establishment – Field Day

Members of our nursery team recently represented Natural Area at a native grass establishment field day held at the Shenton Park Field Station. The field day was hosted by Kings Park and Botanic Garden and Native Seeds Pty Ltd where the uses of native grasses, advantages and limitations where presented and discussed by Dr. Jason […]

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Members of our nursery team recently represented Natural Area at a native grass establishment field day held at the Shenton Park Field Station. The field day was hosted by Kings Park and Botanic Garden and Native Seeds Pty Ltd where the uses of native grasses, advantages and limitations where presented and discussed by Dr. Jason […]

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Charles Darwin Reserve – Field Training

Our resident fauna expert spent a week up at Charles Darwin Reserve recently, as part of a field training program organised by ECU. The course – Techniques in Wildlife Conservation was aimed at participants looking to gain extra skills in fauna survey techniques and handling native animals. The course included a theory component with field […]

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Our resident fauna expert spent a week up at Charles Darwin Reserve recently, as part of a field training program organised by ECU. The course – Techniques in Wildlife Conservation was aimed at participants looking to gain extra skills in fauna survey techniques and handling native animals. The course included a theory component with field […]

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New Phytophthora Control Protocols

Towards new protocols for Phytophthora control Supply of stock for restoration and revegetation By David J. Hancock The threat to Australian plant life and biodiversity from existing and potential additional forms of Phytophthora is real and well documented. Some 50% of Western Australia’s endangered flora is susceptible to Phytopthora dieback. Whilst there is a range […]

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Towards new protocols for Phytophthora control Supply of stock for restoration and revegetation By David J. Hancock The threat to Australian plant life and biodiversity from existing and potential additional forms of Phytophthora is real and well documented. Some 50% of Western Australia’s endangered flora is susceptible to Phytopthora dieback. Whilst there is a range […]

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The Natural Area Open Day is shaping up to be an dynamic day thanks to the support we have from Global Synthetics, Eclipse Soils, Baileys, Elders and Garden City Plastics! Global Synthetics | “Australian Company – Global Expertise” Think all things erosion control including gabion cages, rock mattresses, geosynthetic sand containers, turf reinforcement. Reagan will […]

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