Jun 29 2021
Jardine Macdonald, a hydrogeologist and Program Manager for Rangelands NRM, is passionate about how soil health and composting can help Roebuck Bay. Jardine has provided a fantastic power point for those who missed out on the presentation in the Science on the Broome Coast series and wish to get into Soil Health and composting »
Kandy Curran has also provided a hyperlink to the FREE garden book produced by Roebuck Bay Working Group, Coastal Gardens A planting guide for Broome on the Dampier peninsula »
The local coastal plants (endemics) selected, thrive in Broome soils and climate, most are cyclone resistant, require less water than introduced plants and resistant to tropical pests. The book includes plants to avoid – with many weeds in Broome, escaped garden exotics.
Funded by Rangelands NRM with support from the Federal Government Landcare Program.
Roebuck Bay Working Group is comprised of Traditional Owners and government, local community, conservation groups and business. We work collaboratively to solve issues, raise awareness and encourage research and monitoring which supports responsible management and protection of Roebuck Bay.
Roebuck Bay Working Group Inc.: Protection and advocacy of Roebuck Bay's outstanding natural and cultural values.