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Twelve projects funded to improve outback landscapes

20 September 2023

Control of Noogoora Burr infestations by air and by drone, protection of mound springs and endangered plants, propagation and establishment of new populations of indigenous plant species, support for volunteers undertaking Opuntia cactus control and a fauna surveys are among the supported projects in the current grant round.

Review of South Australia's Landscape Act

08 August 2023

An independent review into the operation and effectiveness of South Australia’s Landscape Act will be undertaken in line with the requirement that the Act be reviewed three years after its commencement.

Project investigates water monitoring

21 June 2023

Remote water point monitoring is evolving with the number of suppliers and connection options growing rapidly. A new report is available to help landholders consider their options.

Wild Dog news

21 June 2023

News from the Biteback program includes updates on baiting efforts, aerial control, the latest webinar and spring service dates.

Pastoral Board visits the SA Arid Lands

21 June 2023

Pastoral Board members visited two leases in the Kingoonya district in May, exploring the interaction of pastoralism, tourism and conservation, followed by a meet and greet session in Coober Pedy,

Working towards effective kangaroo management

21 June 2023

With its three funded projects coming to an end, the Kangaroo Partnership Project is currently in its final months. Grantees will look to ongoing opportunities to continue to investigate effective kangaroo management.

Grazing lessons learned at Holowiliena

20 June 2023

The 15 landholders that visited Holowiliena Station for a Stickybeak Day in May had an opportunity to learn about native plants, their nutritional values and which species make good indicators for assessing grazing impacts and land condition.