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The Kimberley cane toad clean up programme provides funding to address the impact of cane toads in the Kimberley region of Western Australia (WA).
The funding was introduced to combat the spread of the cane toad in WA, with migration into the Kimberley region posing a significant danger to biodiversity, in particular to populations of threatened species such as the northern quoll, and the Purnululu World Heritage Site.
There is $500,000 in funding available, a majority of which will go towards developing effective tools the community can use to reduce the impact of cane toads, with the Government also supporting education activities to improve public awareness in Kimberley towns and remote communities, especially in Aboriginal communities.
The programme will be delivered by Rangelands NRM WA, and aligns with the WA Government's Cane toad strategy for WA 2014-2019.
Rangelands NRM Western Australia
Suite 8, 125 Melville Parade
Como WA 6152
Ph: (08) 9468 8250