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Eyre Peninsula landholders included in Australian vegetation pilot
06 October 2021

Eyre Peninsula is one of six regions across Australia to be included in an Australian Government pilot program that will see local farmers able to apply to receive payments to manage and enhance remnant native vegetation on-farm.

Eastern Eyre landholders urged to bait feral rabbits now
20 September 2021

The Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board is urging landholders in the eastern areas of the Eyre Peninsula to bait feral rabbits now, with reports of numbers rising around Cleve, Kimba and Cowell.

Landscapes boost for Cleve region
13 September 2021

Liam Anderson has been appointed as a new Landscape Officer on the Eastern Eyre Peninsula team, based in Cleve. Whyalla born and raised; he returns to the Eyre Peninsula after spending eight years in the Adelaide region.

$100,000 for Eyre Peninsula community landscape projects
26 August 2021

Five community groups, four Progress Associations, four farming groups or landholders and a council will all receive a share of over $100,000 of funding in this year’s Grassroots Grants program.

Round 2 of grants for Cummins Wanilla Basin drainage
18 August 2021

A second round of grants has opened today for infrastructure drainage works within the Cummins Wanilla Basin.

Threatened Hooded Plovers’ breeding success on Eyre Peninsula
10 August 2021

Local landscape officers and BirdLife trained volunteers are encouraged to learn at least six Hooded Plover chicks have made it to flying age across Eyre Peninsula beaches during the past breeding season.

Kimba wildfire-affected vegetation breaks through
03 August 2021

More than 18 months after two large wildfires burnt 14,000 hectares of bushland near Kimba, vegetation is showing promising signs of recovery.

Arno Bay culvert works complete to protect saltmarsh
30 June 2021

The Arno Bay saltmarsh environment has been given a helping hand with a new culvert now installed on a road that runs parallel to the saltmarsh, which will improve hydrological flows under the road.

Photo competition winners announced
29 June 2021

Winners have now been selected in the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board’s photo competition .

Connecting with environment and Country at Whyalla NAIDOC week event
28 June 2021

Whyalla schools and environment agencies are combining forces to provide outdoor activities for primary and high school students to connect with Country in celebration of NAIDOC Week.