FOMRE

Please join us for FOMRE’s 2020 Annual General Meeting at Cafe a Moore, Guilderton on Saturday 26th September at 4pm. Over an afternoon tea we will continue to discuss the protection of the Moore River Estuary and elect the 2020 committee. New members are very welcome. FOMRE remains...

Heavenly Hectares "Design your future" - From your property to your Community! Join Chris Ferreira and Moore Catchment Council at the Woodridge Community Hall on 26th September at 10am Topics will include: Reading the landscape to better understand what to do and where Understanding soils and how to...

Want healthy soils, a healthy environment & a healthier sustainable community? Join Moore Catchment Council and Fiona Blackham from Gaia Permaculture for an interesting workshop in Guilderton. Digging Deeper workshop Theory & hands on workshop. Topics include: Healthy Soils, making compost, Wicker bed construction, food production, native bush tucker, Beneficial insects,...

The illegal opening of a river in south-west Victoria has resulted in a massive fish kill. A trench was dug through the sand bank between the Surrey River and the ocean at Narrawong. Artificially opening the sand bar at the wrong time can have devastating...

FOMRE has put in a submission to the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions for the creation of a regional park at the northern limits of Perth City to be considered in the Western Australian Government’s Plan for our Parks Program.  The proposed new park...

The Friends of Moore River Estuary 2020 Annual General Meeting on 24th April 2020 has regrettably been postponed until further notice. Our present committee will continue their roles until we are able to hold an AGM. Memberships fell due on 1st January 2020, and we would...

JLL have relaunched the Moore River South sale process, targetting international investors and developers, and are hopefull the property will reach $60 million. The 2103ha property is being billed as having the potential to be a self-sustaining urban area because any developer would have...

Your committee has been busy lately! Our ongoing attention to the actions of the Moore River Company (MRC) has revealed the company is instigating their plan for the south side of the river. FOMRE understands MRC is attempting to meet the ‘detailed design requirements’ of...

Friends of Moore River Estuary conducted their most recent water quality testing on 17th August 2018. Although the support of NACC has been lost, DWER (Department of Water and Environmental Regulation) continue to come up from Perth to collect important data about the estuary with...