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CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF LOCAL LAND CARE

DCALC has been protecting and restoring the environment of Dunsborough and surrounds for over 20 years.

Initially formed as a Coast care group, concerned local community banded together in 1997 in response to concerns over drain water quality and management in Dunsborough.

Since this time, DCALC has worked with the community and in partnership with the City of Busselton, Department of Parks and Wildlife, South West Catchment Council, Coastwest, State Natural Resource Management, Wardandi elders, Dunsborough Primary school, local scout groups and businesses to protect and restore the local environment.

DCALC acknowledges the Wardandi people, as traditional owners and custodians of the lands we work. 

DCALC would like to thank Christian Fletcher for supplying many images.

DID YOU KNOW?

In Dunsborough (within a 10km radius) there are:

  • 25 declared rare or priority plant species
    8 of these are endemic, that is, these plants occur in Dunsborough and no where else.

  • 10 listed threatened or priority ecological communities
    2 of these are endemic to Dunsborough and appear no where else.

OUR PARTNERS & SPONSORS

This project is funded by the Western Australian Governments State Natural Resource Management Program, supported by Royalties for Regions and South West Catchments Council.

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