Natural Resource Management Projects
The natural assets in our Shire reserves contain a diversity of landforms such as forest, coast, wetlands and rivers. Partnering with environmental community groups, natural resource management organisations and government departments is improving our biodiversity.
Monitoring, data collection and control measures protect our reserves and heritage from climate and recreational pressures. A large component of our NRM projects are dedicated to controlling weeds, invasive plants that impact biodiversity and industry.
Shire of Manjimup contributes to the following natural resource management projects:
Thank you to the following groups for their contributions and partnership:
- Warren Catchments Council
- South West Catchments Council
- Manjimup Weed Action Group
- Shire Environmental Volunteers
- Warren Ribbons of Blue
- Quinninup Community Association
- Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions
In addition to work on the ground, Planning Services apply natural resource management principles when assessing development applications, via Council's policy Managing the Natural Environment.