The King River residents are blessed with a still quite peaceful and natural catchment landscape, with its river corridor still relatively intact with a high biodiversity including threatened species such as Western Ringtail Possums, Red-tailed cockatoos, and much more. The clearing of the landscape has led to several side effects imposed on the river. Degrading water quality is a risk and there is a loss of native vegetation accompanied by the invasion of various weeds that threaten the natural ambiance of the area as well as creating potential economic problems. Development pressures have increased rapidly during the past one hundred years, to the extent that the natural river environment can no longer maintain itself. Responsible and informed management of the river is required if the community wants its natural values to be retained.
If you are a landholder around the King River, Willyung Creek or Millbrook we'd like to hear from you about assistance you need to improve your river needs.
We also hope to subsidies some fencing, revegetation, and weed control through this application if you'd like your block to be potentially involved please fill in the form below. Further information and a site inspection may be required to determine if your expression of interest is successful once we here back if the grant is successful.
Please submit details and a sketch map of where you'd you like to carry out.
We acknowledge the Minang and Koreng people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging and to the wider Noongar community.
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