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Big Turnout for IPPS WA in the Ferguson Valley

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On Friday afternoon, October 12th, a group of IPPS members, nursery owners, their staff and industry suppliers turned out a local event at the premises of Seed Shed in the picturesque Ferguson Valley, some 2.5 hours south of Perth A group of over 25 undertook a tour of the business and received a very professional [...]

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NACC BioBlitz 2018

Two weekends ago, 11 of us from Natural Area participated in the Northern Agricultural Catchments Councils (NACC) Bioblitz held at Gunnado Farm Walkaway (just south of Geraldton). The purpose of a Bioblitz is to identify as many species of flora, fauna, invertebrates and birds as possible in a 24 hour period to monitor the biodiversity of an area. For us it was a chance to make new friends, explore a new area and check out some of the amazing wildflowers that were on display.

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Two weekends ago, 11 of us from Natural Area participated in the Northern Agricultural Catchments Councils (NACC) Bioblitz held at Gunnado Farm Walkaway (just south of Geraldton). The purpose of a Bioblitz is to identify as many species of flora, fauna, invertebrates and birds as possible in a 24 hour period to monitor the biodiversity of an area. For us it was a chance to make new friends, explore a new area and check out some of the amazing wildflowers that were on display.

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Nursery Update: September 2018

What been happening in the Nursery you ask?

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What been happening in the Nursery you ask?

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IPPS South African Exchange

Our Nursery Manager Bree, recently arrived back from a two week trip to South Africa courtesy of the International Plant Propagators Society Australia (IPPS). During this time she attended the IPPS conference in Tzaneen, toured nurseries and met some truly wonderful people. Keep reading for more insight into horticulture and nursery production in the region. […]

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Our Nursery Manager Bree, recently arrived back from a two week trip to South Africa courtesy of the International Plant Propagators Society Australia (IPPS). During this time she attended the IPPS conference in Tzaneen, toured nurseries and met some truly wonderful people. Keep reading for more insight into horticulture and nursery production in the region. […]

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Woody Weed Control Workshop

A woody weed is a tree or shrub that has established and thrived in a area outside its natural range. They can have serious impacts on the natural environment by altering the diversity and structure of bushlands, causing local extinction of native flora, replacing food and habitat sources for native fauna and increase fire risks. […]

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A woody weed is a tree or shrub that has established and thrived in a area outside its natural range. They can have serious impacts on the natural environment by altering the diversity and structure of bushlands, causing local extinction of native flora, replacing food and habitat sources for native fauna and increase fire risks. […]

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NRM BioBlitz 2016

The 2016 Annual Wheatbelt NRM BioBlitz happened on the weekend of October 8 and 9 at Tarin Rock near Lake Grace. This year, the event was co-hosted by Dumbleyung Landcare Zone. A contingent of seven from Natural Area made the trek out into the Wheatbelt to participate, read on to see what the team got […]

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The 2016 Annual Wheatbelt NRM BioBlitz happened on the weekend of October 8 and 9 at Tarin Rock near Lake Grace. This year, the event was co-hosted by Dumbleyung Landcare Zone. A contingent of seven from Natural Area made the trek out into the Wheatbelt to participate, read on to see what the team got […]

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As part of our ongoing commitment to quality management and assurance, Natural Area are developing our current quality management systems and processes in order to become compliant with the international standard for quality management ISO 9001:2008 Quality. At this stage, we are hoping to become formally certified by the end of 2015.

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Now is the time to consider preparing natural areas for the fire season. With so many of Perth’s natural area situated in the heart of urban landscapes, the management of fire fuel loads is an important consideration to  protect properties and save lives. Natural Area Management & Services (NAMS) offers a range of fire fuel […]

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Exciting New Project

Natural Area has recently been contracted to rehabilitate a development site in Baldivis. The aim of the project is to create a natural bushland environment to be enjoyed by the future community. The project will commence with the installation of 16,300 plants into site, with ongoing monitoring and maintenance to ensure a high value biodiversity […]

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Natural Area has recently been contracted to rehabilitate a development site in Baldivis. The aim of the project is to create a natural bushland environment to be enjoyed by the future community. The project will commence with the installation of 16,300 plants into site, with ongoing monitoring and maintenance to ensure a high value biodiversity […]

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Check out the full page spread on page 29 of July’s edition of Hort Journal Australia. NGIWA Industry Development Officer, Trevor Winter visited NAMS nursery in April of this year and was extremely impressed with the innovation and sustainable pracitces in place in our  mechanised nursery. The mechanised nursery doubles NAMS capcity to produce native plants […]

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