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Kimba wildfire affected vegetation well on its way to recovery

23 May 2022

Almost two-and-a half years since two large wildfires burnt 14,000 hectares of bushland near Kimba, a $100,000 vegetation protection project managed by the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board is coming to a close with the affected land well on its way to recovery.

A weedy problem and where to get help

05 April 2022

Weeds have the ability to spread and grow with seemingly little attendance and can be extremely hardy - sprouting up and thriving almost anywhere. It pays to know your responsibilities when it comes to weeds.

Funding for Eyes on Eyre campground upgrades

23 March 2022

The Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board has been successful in receiving $710,000 of funding to help with conservation management at priority coastal campgrounds around the region as part of its Eyes on Eyre project.

Karcultaby students get creative with shorebirds

17 March 2022

Karcultaby Area School students enjoyed an afternoon of bird scoping, origami and figurine modelling whilst learning about the threatened Hooded Plover species during shorebird workshops hosted by staff from the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board.

Formal listing of vegetation as critically endangered

15 March 2022

A vegetation community that once covered large areas of western Eyre Peninsula, has been given a helping hand with a new conservation status approved after several years of petitioning by the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board and others.

Support available for land managers in wake of January’s extreme weather

03 March 2022

Help is at hand for land managers recovering from the impacts of high rainfall and flooding across the state’s northern arid lands, Eyre Peninsula and Kangaroo Island, with expert advice available from South Australia’s landscape boards and the Department of Primary Industries and Regions.

9 good reasons to celebrate World Wildlife Day

02 March 2022

To celebrate World Wildlife Day, we’re putting the spotlight on work being done by landscape boards and their amazing partners to conserve threatened native fauna across South Australia.