About Moore Catchment Council
Founded in 1995, the Moore Catchment Council is a Not-for-profit organisation focusing on the protection and enhancement of the Moore River.
The Moore River catchment covers 1.38 million hectares and extends from Coorow and Latham in the North, down to Guilderton and as far east as Bolgart which includes the Shires of Gingin, Dandaragan, Coorow, Victoria Plains, Moora, Dalwallinu, Carnamah and Perenjori.
The Council group is supported by, Federal and State government agencies, Northern Agricultural Catchments Council, Shire Councils and donations.
Finalist 2019 Woolworths Community Group of the Year Award
Finalist 2018 National Landcare Awards
WINNERS 2017 WA Fairfax Landcare Group Award
Semi Finalist 2016, 2017 Landcorp Sustainability Award – Western Western Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards
Finalist 2016 Outstanding NRM Group awards – NACC Regional Leadership awards
Finalist in the 2015 LandCorp Sustainability Award – Western Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards
Finalist in the 2015 Fairfax Media Community Group Award Finalists – Western Australian Landcare Awards
Finalist in the 2014 CSBP Environmental Awards – Western Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards
The Moore Catchment Council is a not-for-profit community body with the aim to maintain and improve the health of the Moore River environment by communicating natural resource management and encouraging maximum sustainable use of resources.
The vision of the Moore Catchment Council is that there will be a stronger link between people, the economy and the environment. The Moore River drainage system covers an extensive area of land, linking the Shires of Gingin, Dandaragan, Victoria Plains, Moora, Coorow, Dalwallinu, Carnamah and Perenjori.
The philosophy of the Moore Catchment Council is to protect and continue to enhance our natural resources so we have something of value to pass on to our children.
The role of the Moore Catchment Council is to promote integrated catchment management and to co-ordinate efforts in the river catchment to get the most effective action on the ground.
The Moore Catchment Council has consulted widely with the community and is sourcing funds to implement these strategies, leading to effective on-ground actions