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”

Join us at the Woodside AGM Action 2024

24 April at 9am outside Crown Perth where the AGM is being held

Dear NRPG members and interested,

For your information (and action?) from the Conservation Council of WA.

The impact of these proposed new gas projects will have a massive impact WA’s carbon emissions and therefore follow-on effects on heating our planet, and of course our changing climate patterns.

Please try to make it. A very convenient way is to catch the Airport line train from High Wycombe

Kind regards,

Steve Gates

President, NRPG Bushcarers

People-power is stronger than gas giants, mark the day…

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 Hi Steve,It’s that time of year again! The long-awaited Woodside AGM is just around the corner. We are inviting all environment and climate advocates, including yourself, to join us in protest!JOIN US AT THE AGM ACTION! While the climate crisis deepens, fossil fuel giant Woodside continues to double down on gas expansion at the expense of people and the planet.  From its plans to drill for gas in one of the world’s most biodiverse marine ecosystems – Scott Reef – to greenwashing its claims of emissions reductions, Woodside is a dangerous and dodgy operator. RSVP HERE! We need to apply public pressure on Woodside to hold them accountable for all their climate destruction! People-power is stronger than gas giants, so mark the day in your calendars!  Join us on Wednesday 24 April at 9am outside Crown Perth where the AGM is being held. See you there!  CCWA Fossil Fuels Team Join the Fight: Support CCWA in 2024!Go Beyond Gas is an initiative of the Conservation Council of WA. With your support, we’ll continue to be a bold voice for the environment, driving collaborative efforts in WA to ensure real, impactful outcomes. Donate today and be a part of our mission to protect nature in WA. Every contribution counts!Donate today! Go Beyond Gas respectfully acknowledges the Whadjuk People of the Noongar nation, along with the Traditional Owners of all Countries where we campaign. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. Go Beyond Gas seeks to always walk alongside our Aboriginal partners, recognising their continued connection through land, sea, culture and community. There can be no climate justice without justice for First Nations Peoples. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.Go Beyond Gas is an initiative of the Conservation Council of WA.

Serving the Kalamunda Community for over 30 Years

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.

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