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Feral deer concerns for Eyre Peninsula
19 January 2021

Images of feral deer captured near Kimba by the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board, have raised concerns that deer populations are establishing in eastern Eyre Peninsula and that sightings are not being reported.

Sustainable agriculture officer on board for Eyre Peninsula
25 November 2020

Sustainable agriculture options for Eyre Peninsula farmers will continue to be supported by the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board with the appointment of a new Sustainable Agriculture Project Officer.

Rabbit control: now is the time for a coordinated approach
16 November 2020

Our typical spring weather arriving later than expected this year, could be good news for rabbit control.

Eyre Peninsula biodiversity changes over a decade
10 November 2020

A mild spring has provided great conditions for bushland biodiversity monitoring to be undertaken by the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board – with help from National Parks and Wildlife Service SA – with results showing the benefits of fencing off vegetation and also the impact of drier conditions in the north.

Regenerative agriculture grants now open for Eyre Peninsula farmers
04 November 2020

Eyre Peninsula farmers looking to increase their soil carbon or try out new cropping or grazing management practices, can now apply for a demonstration grant with the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board.

Trials begin to combat increasing soil degradation on Eyre Peninsula mallee seeps
22 October 2020

A new sustainable agriculture project has begun on the Eyre Peninsula, focusing on ways to manage the ever-growing issue

$110,000 in Grassroots Grants announced for Eyre Peninsula
07 October 2020

The Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board is proud to announce that 20 projects across the region - to be delivered by a wide array of community groups, volunteers or farming groups - have been selected for funding under its Grassroots Grants program.

Making the most of native grasses
06 October 2020

Eyre Peninsula landholders have the opportunity to learn about grazing management and how it can improve their farming business and property ecosystem at an upcoming workshop.

Survey of Eyre Peninsula’s super saltmarsh carbon sinks
30 September 2020

How has the eastern Eyre Peninsula’s threatened saltmarsh vegetation changed over the past 25 years? That is about to be discovered as the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board works with the Department for Environment and Water and University of Adelaide to re-survey these areas.

Upgraded salinity testing for local farmers
08 September 2020

Farmers in the Streaky Bay area now have access to an upgraded free water salinity testing service through the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board.