Landscape Rehydration

The Mulloon Institute Landscape Rehydration Hub

Welcome to the WA Landscape Rehydration Information Hub. This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program.


The Mulloon Institute in collaboration with RegenWA have launched a Landscape Rehydration Information Hub. The hub is a central point for WA specific landscape rehydration resources including case studies, educational videos and manuals. This space will encourage and support participants and communities through their regenerative journey with tailored resources.

The Mulloon Institute is a leading not-for-profit organisation in sharing and demonstrating innovative regenerative landscape practices. Landscape rehydration actively improves water quality, builds soil fertility, sequesters carbon and increases landscape resilience. With the help of the WA Community Stewardship Grant, we are now able to demonstrate the benefits of landscape rehydration across the Wheatbelt.


Muresk Highlight video Snip
Muresk Conference
Highlights Video
Lance Mudgway Video Snip
Lance Mudgway
Hydrology Hose Demonstration
Lance Mudgway Presentation Video Snip
Lance Mudgway
Landscape Function
Resilient landscapes for a Sustainable Future Video Snip
Resilient Landscapes
for a Sustainable Future
Mulloon - video


Mulloon - Avon river

Rehydration in the Avon River catchment, WA

Mulloon - harness water

Harness water to restore the landscape

Mulloon Paraway

Paraway site visit –

Western Australia

Rangeland Rehydration Field Guide
Rangeland Rehydration
Field Guide
Yanget Farm
Yanget Farm’
Rehydration Project
Google Earth Catchment Mapping
Catchment Function Analysis
Google Earth Mapping
Review of WISALTS
Bank Installations
Natural Sequence farming
Natural Sequence Farming
in South West WA
Jack Wood's
Landscape Rehydration – Toodyay
Farm Demonstration
Mulloon WA bootcamp

First bootcamp for Western Australia!

mulloon literature review
Landscape Rehydration in WA: A Review
June 2022
Paraway farm
Case Study: Paraway Farm 
Farm Moments
mulloon pensinu
WA Farm Moment
farm moment kowald
WA Farm Moment
The Mulloon Institute acknowledges traditional custodians of the lands across Australia where we conduct our work. We acknowledge their deep understanding and connection to lands, rivers and sea. We appreciate their important and ongoing contributions to caring for Country.
This project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program.
Regenerative Agriculture. An ecological approach to farming that allows landscapes to renew themselves (Massy, 2018).