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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.

Fox control time across the Eyre Peninsula

16 February 2022

As many livestock producers across the Eyre Peninsula approach lambing time, the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board is encouraging landholders to invest some time in managing fox numbers.

Farmers take up soil carbon improvements

14 February 2022

Five Eyre Peninsula farmers are preparing to trial treatments and planting options, which will test out regenerative agriculture practices for improving soil carbon.

Repairing damage to water sources after downpours

09 February 2022

In the aftermath of significant rain events across the Eyre Peninsula, the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board is offering support and guidance to those who need to repair waterways or water sources.