New era for nature group

Augusta Margaret River Times
Anne Shepherdson, Kevin Lange and Jane Scott.
Camera IconAnne Shepherdson, Kevin Lange and Jane Scott. Credit: Augusta Margaret River Times

The organisation formerly known as the Cape-to-Cape Catchments Group celebrated its new name and branding at Voyager Estate last Thursday night.

Kirrily Hasting, Felicity Bradshaw and Hayley Bain.
Camera IconKirrily Hasting, Felicity Bradshaw and Hayley Bain. Credit: Augusta Margaret River Times

Its new name, Nature Conservation Margaret River Region, was adopted yesterday and aims to reflect the group’s role and location better.

It follows a recent shake-up of the organisation, which underwent changes to its board of directors and constitution.

Vere Fairbairn and Sean Fergusson.
Camera IconVere Fairbairn and Sean Fergusson. Credit: Augusta Margaret River Times
Tracy Muir and Rebecca Young.
Camera IconTracy Muir and Rebecca Young. Credit: Augusta Margaret River Times
Vanya Cullen with Karen and Rob Gough.
Camera IconVanya Cullen with Karen and Rob Gough. Credit: Augusta Margaret River Times, Taelor Pelusey
Shoko and Nathan Shanahan.
Camera IconShoko and Nathan Shanahan. Credit: Augusta Margaret River Times

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