The best of 2023
As the end of year approaches, we take a moment to look back at the most popular stories of 2023. It was a very busy year for our staff but with very rewarding results. In 2024, we’ll keep working to make a positive impact and to ensure our region has a resilient and sustainable landscape.
Our regional initiative to gift endangered native plants celebrated its tenth anniversary this year, with more than 4,000 plants distributed through 70 schools across the Murraylands and Riverland.
The high flow and flood events experienced in 2022/23 had a significant influence upon land alongside the Murray River. The Riverland floodplains and wetlands received a record influx with water reaching some areas for the first time in 70 years! As floodplains re-emerged from the flood, our ecologists saw an abundance of plant life bounce back, and even appear in areas for the first time in years.
Carbon farming is a term that has become increasingly familiar over the last 10 years, but many of us still feel in the dark about what it is. In this blog, we delved into the theory of carbon farming and explored its significance for landholders, the environment and communities.
Around 200 Murray crayfish have been released into the river as part of a landmark trial to reintroduce the iconic Australian species back into the South Australian River Murray.
Landscape Board Welcomes New Project Officer to Support the Health of Wetlands in the MurraylandsNews article | 22 Feb. 2024
Love the Murray-Darling Carpet Python this Valentine’s DayNews article | 14 Feb. 2024
Farmers Invited to Unearth the Secrets of Soil Health with Joel WilliamsNews article | 07 Feb. 2024