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New website for Natural Resources Northern and Yorke

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A new website has been launched for Natural Resources Northern and Yorke, with a greater focus on local projects and information.

Natural Resources Northern and Yorke Communications and Engagement Coordinator Louise McIntosh says the new website will give users easier access to information and services.

"This new website is part of a broader project to redevelop all regional natural resources websites across South Australia, to better reflect the work happening locally," she says.

“It caters for a range of audiences that are serviced by Natural Resources Northern and Yorke.

“This includes land and water management permits, extensive school-based education resources, a link to more than 115 volunteer groups in our region and information on grants and funding opportunities.

“There’s an information gateway to nature-based holidays in our stunning national parks as well as an interactive overview of onground projects being deliverd by staff of Natural Resources Northern and Yorke on behalf of the Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board.

"Visitors will find an informal and easy-to-read style with better navigation and search functions making it user friendly to find information.

"The new layout of the website also allows for viewing on desktop machines, tablets or mobile devices, and the homepage will enable us to show what is happening and what is important locally, providing more specific information in a timely manner for our community."

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