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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.

Don’t tiptoe through these tulips!
01 August 2021

The bright orange or salmon flowers of Cape tulip Moraea flaccida may look attractive, but all parts of this strappy bulb are toxic to grazing animals either as fresh growth or dried within stock fodder.

Pretty name, ugly weed
12 July 2021

Recently, an eagle-eyed member of the public found a small cluster of the declared weed, Parrot feather Myriophyllum aquaticum in a creek in Nairne.

Aboriginal perspective breathes new life into swamps
07 June 2021

The traditional and scientific values of the Fleurieu’s freshwater swamps are being brought together in a new project instigated by a local Aboriginal enterprise.

New funding to support environment centres, coastal restoration and tackling weeds
28 May 2021

The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board is thrilled to receive funding totalling $1,168,964 as part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s Landscape Priorities Fund.

Native plant giveaway for Cudlee Creek fire-affected properties
19 May 2021

Landholders on properties affected by the Cudlee Creek fires can now register to pick up free native plants at a Plant Giveaway Day, coordinated and supported by the Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board. Native seedlings in packs of trees, shrubs and groundcover species will be provided to landholders at this year’s event on Sat June 19 at Woodside, following from the first plant giveaway at the same time last year.

Grassroots Grants 2021 open for applications
12 April 2021

Grassroots grants to help protect and improve land, water and nature will now open for applications.

Farmers scholarship winner ‘game’ to try new ideas
31 March 2021

The seventh Willunga Farmers Market Farmers Scholarship has been awarded to an innovative young farming family with a focus on game birds.

Draft Landscape Plan open for feedback
19 March 2021

Community feedback is being invited on a draft five –year Landscape Plan for the Hills and Fleurieu region. The Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board, established in July last year, prepared the plan to guide management of land, water, pests and biodiversity across the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula.

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