Donnelly River tourist development
The WA Government is requesting registrations of interest from the private sector to build and operate a sky-jetty in the Donnelly River valley.
The WA Government has pledged $1 million towards the $3.5 million project, honouring a commitment under the Regional Forest Agreement, while the Commonwealth Government has also indicated it will provide up to $900,000.
A project feasibility study has been completed by consultants commissioned by the WA Government.
The Department of Conservation and Land Management is co-ordinating the project, for which the registration of interest period closes June 30.
Warren-Blackwood farm diversity programme
The Warren-Blackwood Economic Alliance is seeking expressions of interest from farmers to take part in a diversity and sustainability programme known as the Warren-Blackwood Sustainable Land Use project.
The subsidised initiative aims to explore diversity and sustainability options for farmers’ holdings, and to identify new crops for domestic and export markets.
The five-year programme will be conducted at minimal cost per hectare, the WBEA says.
Further information is available from Anita Luretigh, on (08) 9761 4344 and email@example.com.
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