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SOUTH EAST REGIONAL CENTRE FOR URBAN LANDCARE - SERCUL

SERCUL was formed in 2003 as an independent Natural Resource Management body in Perth. SERCUL brings together the community, business and government to develop and implement projects that improve the health of our waterways and other ecosystems. One of five sub-regional bodies, the area SERCUL covers takes in Dyarguu (the Canning River), the Southern Wungong Riverand their tributaries and parts of Derbari Yaragan (the Swan River).

Objectives
  • To identify priority NRM issues in the South Region in partnership with Local Government, State Government and industry
  • To ensure biodiversity within the South Region is monitored, protected and enhanced
  • Assist community, State and Local Government in the coordination of NRM in the South Region
  • Support and encourage the implementation of best management practice of natural resources within the South Region
  • Recognise and embrace Aboriginal, cultural and natural heritage
  • Foster research on matters relating to the South Region's natural and cultural heritage
  • Work in partnership with Local Government, State Government and industry to educate the wider community to protect our natural resources
  • Support and encourage the formation and training of community environment groups
  • Support the development and implementation of projects that occur outside the South Region that align with and benefit the delivery of the SERCUL objectives
  • Administer the South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare Inc funds to promote the objectives and outcomes of the Association
Contact: Pat Hart (Chair)
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