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Not so Sweet Pittosporum removed at Lake Leake

25 November 2021

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board recently joined forces with Burrandies Aboriginal Corporation’s environmental on-ground works team to treat the infestation of Sweet Pittosporum (Pittosporum undulatum) at Lake Leake.

Young leaders champion environmental causes

15 November 2021

Young environmental leaders from across the Limestone Coast met recently to finish off their year of learning as part of the Young Environmental Leaders Program (YELP).

United direction flows from water workshop

05 November 2021

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board and South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board will develop a joint framework to explore opportunities and efficiencies in water resource planning and management in the region.

Students care for water and Country

03 November 2021

Over 150 children recently took part in fun-filled activities hosted by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s Education Team as part of National Water Week.

Funding flows for works to recharge water levels

12 October 2021

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board has received funding to undertake infrastructure works to retain water in the landscape to improve aquifer recharge and protect ecological values at Hutt Bay (also known as Middle Point Swamp), near Port MacDonnell, as part of a Regional Recharge Farms project.

Feral deer eradication takes off in region

11 October 2021

Over 600 feral deer were recently removed from the Limestone Coast landscape as part of a coordinated effort to reduce the pest’s impact on the region’s agriculture, native habitats and public safety.

Youths lead by example for the environment

28 September 2021

A record 23 schools across the region are participating in the Limestone Coast Landscape Board’s Young Environmental Leader Program (YELP), which has been running for over 10 years.