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Bridal veil unveiled in the Mallee
26 July 2021

With winter rains comes a flush of colour in the bush, with wattles flowering and orchids and lilies starting to emerge. But the rain also brings pest plants such as bridal veil (Asparagus declinatus), which germinates after rain and is a severe threat and aggressive invader to areas of native bushland.

Introducing our Threatened Fauna Ecologist
13 July 2021

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board recently welcomed their newest recruit Melissa Burford to the Landscape Ecology team as a Threatened Fauna Ecologist.

Bury your undies and learn about soils
06 July 2021

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board invite you to participate in soiling your undies …..to learn about soil health. Why not get the dirt on your neighbours and ask them to soil their pants too and compare your results?

What’s hiding in your grass?
28 June 2021

Did you know that native grasslands are much more than just grass – they also nurture shrubs, lilies and small herbs? Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board Iron-grass Native Grassland Project Officer Nicola Barnes said the variety of plants growing in these grasslands is significant.

Project helping to reduce pest impacts
28 June 2021

The Southern Murray Mallee weed and pest management project is helping landholders to decrease substantial impacts from pest plants and animals on agriculture, productivity, and the natural environment.

Everyone chipping in to get the job done
27 May 2021

Following an enquiry about rabbit control, the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board partnered with multiple landholders in the Loxton North and Bookpurnong area and the local council to cut down the feral rabbit population.

Region receives funding boost
26 May 2021

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board will receive $700,000 to fund our partners to assist us in restoring the environment of the South Olary Plains under the inaugural round of the Marshall Liberal Government’s Landscape Priorities Fund.

Volunteers vital to looking after landscapes
17 May 2021

National Volunteer Week 17-23 May 2021 is the perfect time to recognise and celebrate the enormous contribution that volunteers make to looking after the beautiful landscapes of the Murraylands and Riverland.

Precious plants for precious people
17 May 2021

Families made lasting memories together and were involved in something unique and meaningful to celebrate mother’s day on Sunday 9 May while helping a nationally vulnerable plant to survive.

Another prickly invader offering bed and breakfast
04 May 2021

The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board is urging landholders to control African boxthorn infestations on their properties and roadsides.

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