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Wetland Restoration in the Pipeline

23 November 2023

The State Government has purchased 90ha of farmland at Eight Mile Creek as part of a wetland rejuvenation and restoration project.

A Day in the Park: new ClimateWatch trail experience

01 November 2023

Whilst the final school term for 2023 has commenced, many school children will be thinking about 'A Day in the Park', with hundreds of local families spending the day out it the beautiful landscape of the Valley Lakes/Ketla Malpi Conservation Park over the recent school holidays.

Notice of low flying aerial culling

16 October 2023

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is notifying residents low flying aerial culling of feral deer will occur from Thursday October 19 to Monday October 30 2023 (weather permitting) in the following district areas: Salt Creek, Deepwater, Tilley Swamp, Petherick, Taratap and Keilira.

Funding for habitat conservation - grant round opening soon!

12 October 2023

Funding to support habitat conservation opens again in mid-October 2023. Landholders will be able to apply for grants of up to $10,000 to undertake on-ground works that will help conserve biodiversity while having a primary production co-benefit.

Landholders urged to plan fox control now

27 September 2023

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board (LC Landscape Board) is encouraging landholders around the region to plan spring fox baiting to boost your bottom line and protect native wildlife.

Come and celebrate with 'A Day in the Park'

25 September 2023

Come and celebrate 'A day in the Park' this school holidays on Friday 6 October at the Valley Lakes/Kelta Malpi Conservation Park from 10.30am till 2.30pm.

Time to act on emerging weeds

22 August 2023

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board (LC Landscape Board) is encouraging landholders to act now to get on top of spring weeds.