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New funding for bushfire-affected Cherry Gardens landholders

28 October 2021

Landholders who were affected by the Cherry Gardens bushfire in January this year are receiving almost $90,000 in grants, made possible through the State Government’s Catchment Recovery funding. The grants are part of a $2.7million package announced earlier this year to support landholders across the Cudlee Creek and Cherry Gardens fire scars.

Insect Warriors fighting the Jane

21 October 2021

Last spring and again this year, we have been confronted with purple paddocks and wondered where all these new Salvation Jane plants have come from, after years of finally being free of it.

Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Plan released

30 September 2021

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is proud to release the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Plan 2021-26. It was formally launched by The Honourable David Speirs MP, Minister for Environment and Water, on Wednesday 29 September, with board members and stakeholders in attendance.

Local groups and landholders to benefit from Grassroots Grants

23 September 2021

Thirty seven environmental and sustainable agriculture projects across the Hills and Fleurieu region are set to benefit in a share of $220,000 through the second round of the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board’s Grassroots Grants program.

Call for landowners to control rabbits

10 September 2021

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is warning landholders to prepare and calling on people to align their control efforts to have maximum impact.