Pingelly is located on the western edge of the Central Wheatbelt and is part of Western Australia's rich colonial heritage.
A key outcome for the Future Farm 2050 project is to be valued as a "good neighbour" by the residents of the local community.
To achieve this Future Farm 2050 will:
Students of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts are working on landscape architecture projects for the local community. Students recently exhibited concepts for town development in the Pingelly town hall.
Future Farm 2050 will have a major impact on the local economy. Whenever possible and practical, the Farm will ensure the Farm's business is serviced through local enterprises. Student projects will be developed to measure these economic outcomes.
The Faculty will work with the local schools and shires to develop school activities that will promote the UWA Future Farm 2050 message in the spheres of agriculture and conservation.