have been doing some training at the mandurah dog club and we need more trainers – volunteer on a sunday morning 9.30-10.30 – our training methods are positive reward based training – no aversive methods — we are all volunteers and the club is a not for profit club – we train the owners so they have sociable dogs that are acceptable in the wider community – if you know of any doggy people who could give a hand –
This is Moya’s contact email.
On behalf of the Harvey River Restoration Taskforce, the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council, and the South West Catchment Council we would like to invite you to an Information Session and Social Sundowner.
Thursday 2nd June 2011 3pm – 6pm
The information session (please see attached invitation) will provide you with a quick summary of the recently completed landholder survey entitled: “Improving Outcomes for Landholders in the Peel-Harvey NRM region” and three short presentations from the following people:
Dion Nicol, Ed Barrett Leonard & Carlos O Campo (University of Western Australia);
Topic: Seasonality of soil phosphorus: Can we use novel pasture plants to reduce farm fertiliser inputs?
Tilwin Westrup (Department of Agriculture and Food);
Topic: Production Levels, Soil Testing, Nutrient Mapping and Best Practice Fertiliser Use.
Andrew Reeves (Department of Agriculture and Food).
After the presentations members from various organisations including the Peel-Harvey Catchment Council, South West Catchment Council, Department of Agriculture and Food, Greening Australia, and Custom Compost will provide brief introductions before adjourning for a light but sumptuous supper supplied by Lena Deleo. This will provide an opportunity for socialising and/or private discussion with members from the various organisations present.
Please feel free to invite your neighbours as everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend (RSVP is essential for catering purposes).
If you would like to attend please RSVP by Monday the 30th of May 2011 to Jane Townsend: phone: 9733 2588 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are 4 or more Roosters, Sussex or Rhode Island red available for meat or breeding.
Phone Laurie Snell before Wednesday 97331 219 or 041 9044085
There will be 8 DVD’s available on the free plant collection day on Saturday 11th June 10am – 12 noon about revegetation after a fire.
These have become available through Sally Talbot’s office, member for this area.
Peel Men of the Trees are offering free plant collection for fire affected property owners.
Plants will be available on Saturday 11th June 10am – 12 noon at the Lake Clifton Bakery, Old Coast Road Lake Clifton
Attached is a document on the Peel Boating Facilities study.
Facilities Study 2010
Hi Everyone in Herron
There will be a cleanup on Southern Estuary Road by the Mandurah City Council on Monday.
Tree removal Herron
Just a reminder regarding this event on Friday 13th May.
TraceyLake Clifton Fires Advert for Vol Recognition
If you have my previous posts, you are now eligible to put an application for this payment through Centrelink. I have placed some of the application forms at the hall this afternoon. You will need to take two forms of identification with you when filling out the form. If you are partners each partner will have to sign the form.
There is no problem for people who were living in Lake Clifton and were in the fire area or who were evacuated. For the people living in Herron they are still working out the area. I live in Herron and I put my application in to see if it was approved
If you need any more information accessed please do not hesitate to contact Tracey on 0427 442 781.