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Rust control for bridal creeper

14 September 2022

Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu is calling on landholders to be on the front foot to help control the highly invasive bridal creeper, and the control method is not what you think.

Nature Festival events with Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu

12 September 2022

This year’s Nature Festival is just around the corner, and Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu is excited to be co-presenting four unique events across the region. Bandicoots, swamps, hooded plovers and coastal gardens, there is something for everyone.

Threatened species get a helping hand from landscape boards

07 September 2022

Habitat loss, feral predators, bushfires, climate change – South Australia’s native animals have faced plenty of challenges, and sadly some are no longer with us. But it’s not all bad news when it comes to threatened species. Around the state, landscape boards are helping to protect and preserve our fauna, whether they’re furry or feathered, scaly or submerged.

Connecting with First Nations to care for Country

11 August 2022

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is seeing a groundswell of landholders who are interested in connecting with First Nations to better understand cultural heritage, provide Aboriginal people access to Country via their properties, and work together in caring for land, water and nature across the region.

Deep Creek reveg has multiple benefits

04 August 2022

Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu joined forces with Greening Australia, WOMADelaide and the local community for a very special planting day at Deep Creek National Park in July.The revegetation has multiple and unique benefits, not only helping to reduce the immediate extinction risks and improve the long-term viability of threatened species, through the board’s ‘Back from the Brink’ project, but also helping offset the iconic WOMADelaide festival’s carbon emissions.

Think native vegetation on National Tree Day

28 July 2022

National Tree Day is the perfect time to get your hands dirty and plant a tree either at home or at a local community planting event, but it’s also a chance to think more broadly about what we can do to restore our native vegetation.