NRPG Kalamunda Bush Carers
“Gnaala kaaditj, kenyen kadjuck, Whadjuck Noongar moort, nidjar budjar”
“We acknowledge the Whadjuck Noongar people as the traditional custodians of this land”
End Forest Mining Rally! – Sat 9 Dec 5:30-8:30pm at Parliament House
Dear NRPG members and interested,
Please attend this rally to show your support to end mining in our forests permanently – we only have one area of native forests but mining can occur in less damaging areas.
See the event link below. Note that the train conveniently goes from High Wycombe station to City West station, which is only a few blocks walk from Parliament.
President, NRPG Bushcarers
The Wilderness Society are holding a rally at Parliament House on Saturday the 9th of December as part of the EFM campaign and in conjunction with our campaign manager Tim’s walk from Jarrahdale to Perth.
We now have an event page up where supporters are able to RSVP to attend. It would be greatly appreciated if you could share this among your network and if you’re able to come along to the rally to show your support. Link is below.
Thanks so much!
|Nicholas Doyle (he/him)Community Organiser0483 148 521 2 Delhi St, West Perth WA, 6005 Whadjuk Country wilderness.org.au|
I recognise the Whadjuk Noongar people as the custodians of the land on which I am based and pay my respects to Elders past and present. I acknowledge sovereignty was never ceded.
About NRPG – Kalamunda Bush Carers
Based in the City of Kalamunda, NRPG is a volunteer community organisation founded in 1989 to preserve our native bushland. In addition, our volunteer Friends groups adopt areas of bushland, and working with the City, remove weed species and in encourage native flora and fauna species back to the areas.
Since its inception, NRPG’s accomplishments include having:
- Saved DOLA bush reserves such as Holly and Wordsworth Way in Kalamunda from residential development.
- Helped develop the City District Conservation Strategy.
- Preserved and regenerated bushland reserves
- The establishment, and participation in the Community Environment and Sustainability Advisory Committee (CESAC)
We continue to be involved with, and make submissions on topics which affect our natural and living environment, including:
- Wildlife corridors
- Clearing and threats to bushland, wetlands, forests and other natural areas
- Climate Change
- Feral animals, cats, weeds, Die-back
- Metropolitan and local strategic plans and developments
- Fire risk management and the ‘fire-weed cycle’ which degrades bushland
- Tree and understorey protection and enhancement in City of Kalamunda
- Working with the City to assist Reserve Friends’ Groups and start new ones, to mainten and revegetate native Reserves
NRPG Members receive regular updates about our work and related events, invitations to our information presentation evenings to learn and share ideas, and updates from our affiliates including the Conservation Council of WA, Urban Bushland Council and the WA Forest Alliance. Please join us to support our efforts and provide a greater ‘voice’ for our Environment.