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Love wildflowers? Keep your eyes peeled for these native stunners

16 August 2022

The wildflowers springing to life across South Australia is a sure sign that winter is coming to an end and summer is again on the way. While the state’s nine landscape boards have little control over the weather, the boards do help to protect native flora and control the threats that endanger them.

Grant funding available from SA Kangaroo Partnership

16 August 2022

A $90,000 grant program will be offered through Optimising Kangaroo Management in South Australia – A partnership approach to improving landscape and economic resilience - a two year project that brings together key stakeholders to explore and trial shared solutions to manage kangaroo overabundance in South Australia.

Think native vegetation on National Tree Day

28 July 2022

While National Tree Day is the perfect time to get your hands dirty and plant a tree either at home or at a local community planting event, it’s also a chance to think more broadly about what we can do to restore our native vegetation.

Landscape-scale control for Noogoora Burr

06 July 2022

Control of the declared weed Noogoora Burr in the North East Pastoral district has been given a boost through Grassroots Grants, funded by the SA Arid Lands Landscape Board. Twelve properties in the district will share in more than $37,000 towards the cost of an aerial spray program.

Grassroots Grants funding doubled in 2022

06 July 2022

Landscape-scale Noogoora Burr control in the North East Pastoral, a program to create qualifications to recognise Traditional skills, the planting of 200 shade trees in Coober Pedy, and the development of an Educational Native Bush Food Garden in the Gawler Ranges are among the programs funded by the SA Arid Lands (SAAL) Landscape Board in its 2022 Grassroots Grants program.

Maintaining watercourse low-flows

05 July 2022

Low-flows are naturally occurring, small flow or run-off events relied upon by water dependent species to maintain refuges like permanent waterholes. These are things that need to be considered before constructing a dam or bank.

Manage cows from space

05 July 2022

The Innamincka Pastoral Bootcamp will provide all the details on managing cattle from space. Pastoral land managers from the State’s Far North East and beyond are invited to attend and hear from experts about satellite monitoring and Ag Tech at the 11 August event.

Taking Neville Bonney on tour

05 July 2022

More than 120 people from across the SA Arid Lands were able to hear from widely respected Australian bush food specialist Neville Bonney when he visited the region during a popular roadshow in April and May.