Report Cards


Report cards are invaluable tools in raising the profile of and bringing attention to natural resources and environmental issues based on the best available information. They can offer a snapshot of the condition and management of environmental assets in a readily understandable and interesting way that can encourage dialogue.

Snapshots of the condition of four regionally important waterways has been completed in partnership with the Department of Water in 2014 with funding from the Australian Government and the Government of Western Australia. These can be viewed below. Hard copies or high resolution pdfs can be forwarded to you upon request here.

 

Rushy Creek – A snapshot of the condition of the Rushy Creek

This snapshot provides a summary of waterway condition for the Rushy Creek, based on assessments conducted in 2012 to 2013. A number of key values and threats to the system are highlighted.

 

McLeod Creek – A snapshot of the condition of the McLeod Creek

This snapshot provides a summary of waterway condition for the McLeod Creek, based on assessments conducted in 2012 to 2013. A number of key values and threats to the system are highlighted.

 

Chapman Brook – A snapshot of the condition of the Chapman Brook

This snapshot provides a summary of waterway condition for the Chapman Brook, based on assessments conducted in 2012 to 2013. A number of key values and threats to the system are highlighted.

 

Upper Chapman Brook – A snapshot of the condition of the Upper Chapman Brook

This snapshot provides a summary of waterway condition for the Upper Chapman Brook, based on assessments conducted in 2012 to 2013. A number of key values and threats to the system are highlighted.