Have Your Say
Notifications of proposed clearing and projects that may impact the environment are found via the following websites and media:
The Wildflower Society of Western Australia’s Conservation Subcommittee reviews these proposals and identifies those that it believes may have significant impacts on the flora and vegetation of Western Australia.
You can really help potentially save some of these areas or ensure that the government reviews them carefully by submitting your own email or letter.
Digby Growns on ‘New Creations from Kings Park’ at Northern Suburbs
27 February @ 7:30 pm
Join Northern Suburbs members for the monthly meeting, held at the Henderson Environment Centre in the Star Swamp Bushland Reserve, […]
Webinar: WATER IS LIFE IN OUR DRY STATE
29 February @ 7:30 pm
Join us for our first webinar back for 2024 with our special guest speaker Greg Keighery to present on WATER […]
Landsdale Conservation Park Guided Walk
2 March @ 8:00 am
Join David Pike for a 90 minute guided walk in Landsdale Conservation Park, looking at flora, insects and wildlife. Meet […]
Seed Cleaning Group
6 March @ 9:00 am
This group meets fortnightly to prepare seeds for the propagation of native plants. The group maintains an extensive seed bank […]
Guest Speakers – Jean and Fred Hort – Recent Observations – Flora and Fauna
7 March @ 7:30 pm
Jean and Fred will be sharing images and news of their recent discoveries. […]
Koondoola Regional Bushland Guided Walk
9 March @ 8:00 am
Join David Pike and Jennie Villiers for a 90 minute guided walk in Koondoola Regional Bushland, looking at flora, insects […]
The Wildflower Society uses its independent technical knowledge of WA’s wildflowers to help you better know, grow, enjoy and conserve the wildflowers of Western Australia.
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