Babies born at Peel Health Campus.
PINJARRA Community Garden and Waroona Community Resource Centre are among groups to receive funding to reduce waste.
The groups will benefit from a share in more than $242,000 from the State Government’s Community Grants Scheme.
Pinjarra Community Garden will receive $2807, with $6370 for Waroona for programs designed to reduce waste, improve recycling and provide community education.
Funding for the community garden will go towards buying a commercial food processor and collection drums to recycle local food waste into compost, worm farm food and chicken feed.
Waroona will buy worm farms and compost tumblers and host waste workshops on recycling and composting at home.
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke said the programs were making a big difference and ensuring the environment was protected.
Tam Robson, of Erskine, with baby Alby Robson.
Pheonix Smirke, of Greenfields, with baby Jaxxon Wooster.