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Have you seen a bandicoot recently?

22 March 2023

We're asking residents of the Hills and Fleurieu to log bandicoot sightings via an online portal. The Bandicoot Superhighway project team will use the results to help identify where bandicoots still occur and manage the threats to those populations.

Funds available for grassroots projects

02 March 2023

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is pleased to announce the 2023 round of Grassroots Grants. Applications will open at 10am on 7 March and close on 18 April (midday) 2023.

Summer brings success across beaches

23 February 2023

This summer, we have seen 12 hooded plover chicks reach fledging age along the coast, with a chance of more. We also have a new nesting site at Middleton being occupied by two of last year’s fledglings, so it’s pretty exciting.

A good time to check your dam walls and spillways

06 February 2023

Summer is finally here, and with it comes a higher reliance on surface water storages for watering crops and livestock. If you’re a rural landholder, are you seeing the water levels in your dams beginning to drop?

Southern bell frog recovery is a real ART form

30 January 2023

Assisted Reproductive Technology, or ART, is a key element of an innovative and unique project, aiming to reduce the extinction risk of the nationally Vulnerable (EPBC Act) southern bell frog (Litoria raniformis) in the lower-Murray. The science behind the technique is being trialed in a world-first for the species and early results are pointing to a highly successful outcome.