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Biteback news July 2022

05 July 2022

Take a look at dog control efforts, monitoring reports, baiting efforts and proposed dates for the Spring injection service.

Sniffing out Kowari

05 July 2022

Conservation Dogs have been used to help identify active Kowari burrows on Clifton Hills Station as part of a University of Sydney PhD project.

New project to protect rare Outback daisy

21 June 2022

The SA Arid Lands Landscape Board has received $183,326 in grant funding from the Australian Government’s Environment Restoration Fund to protect the endangered Arckaringa daisy (Olearia arckaringensis).

Five important natural landscapes you may not have heard about

02 June 2022

World Environment Day is celebrated on 5 June. It's a good time to draw attention to some of our less well known natural ecosystems and what is being done to help them along. Chances are that you may have travelled through these areas without realising their important environmental value.Landscape boards are working with their communities across the state to protect threatened landscapes and their inhabitants. Here are five important natural landscapes you may not have heard about.

A chance to join your local Landscape Group

29 March 2022

Applications are now open to join one of the SA Arid Lands Landscape Board’s district-based Landscape Groups and members of the community with an interest in landscape management are encouraged to apply.

World Water Day

22 March 2022

Little things can make a big difference when it comes to sustainable water use.

Great Artesian Basin project saves water

09 March 2022

Each year, more than one thousand mega litres of water have been saved since the Improving Great Artesian Basin Drought Resilience (IGABDR) program, which co-funds water saving measures, began three years ago.

Support available for land managers in wake of January's extreme weather

08 March 2022

Help is at hand for land managers recovering from the impacts of high rainfall and flooding across the state’s northern arid lands, Eyre Peninsula and Kangaroo Island, with expert advice available from South Australia’s landscape boards and the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA).