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Prickles not a deterrent for fruit fly
20 April 2021

Native to North America, South America, and the West Indies, prickly pear (Opuntia species) is a highly invasive cactus plant. They compete with native vegetation and can form dense impenetrable thickets in pasture, offering refuge for pests such as foxes and rabbits and provide habitat for fruit fly.

A not so golden child of our floodplains
29 March 2021

The Riverland District staff have been hitting the water over the summer months, conducting surveys of our river, creeks and floodplains.

Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board offering lots to see and do at Karoonda Farm Fair
29 March 2021

Karoonda Farm Fair is happening this year on 9 and 10 April, and we’ll be there! Drop by the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board marquee at 15-16 Copeville Street, speak with our friendly staff, or learn some interesting facts about native animals and get up close with a reptile or two.

Returning sustainability and resilience to the South Olary Plains
29 March 2021

The Living Landscapes Group comprised of many different organisations held a workshop last month at Calperum Station to discuss how they can conserve and manage an area that links the River Murray to the outback (South Olary Plains).

New member inspiring and empowering our young
22 March 2021

Based in Murray Bridge, Christina Liapis recently joined the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board education team, supporting delivery of their education program.

Regional funding opportunities now available
15 March 2021

Applications are now being sought for the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board’s grants program 2021-22.

Have your say on the draft landscape plan
15 March 2021

The draft Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Plan 2021-2026 is now open for community consultation.

Wild dogs being managed proactively
09 March 2021

A joint wild dog quarterly baiting program has been running for more than 10 years in Ngarkat Conservation Park and surrounding areas, with 57 reports of sheep or lamb deaths due to wild dog attacks reported during this time.

Birds used to gauge environment health
09 March 2021

The Murraylands and Riverland landscape Board conducted spring bird monitoring surveys of the South Olary Plain last year to help guide a Landscape Assessment Framework.

Last chance to be part of the soil acidity testing blitz
26 February 2021

Eligible landholders with 10 acres or more in the Eastern Mount Lofty Ranges are encouraged to participate in the soil acidity testing blitz from 15-29 March 2021.

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