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09 October 2017
The October issue of AMLR’s own volunteer e-newsletter is out.
Additional parking, shuttle bus service added to meet Morialta park interest
06 October 2017
Additional car parks have been added at Morialta Conservation Park and a shuttle bus service will run on Sunday to ferry visitors from nearby Black Hill in order to meet the overwhelming popularity of the new play space.
A greener, cooler Adelaide thanks to urban project grants
04 October 2017
Adelaide will be cooler, greener and more resilient to climate change thanks to urban project grants worth more than $710,000.
Grants to help launch your environmental ideas
22 September 2017
media release on grants to help launch your environmental ideas
Morialta natural play space officially open to adventurers of all ages
16 September 2017
The thrilling new natural play space at Morialta Conservation Park has officially opened, and young and old are already climbing, sliding and playing across the 200-metre adventure playground.
Onkaparinga River kayak launch opens to the public
15 September 2017
A new kayak launch has been opened to the public as part of $1.7 million in upgrades in Onkaparinga River National Park and Recreation Park.
Trial outfoxes lamb thieves
13 September 2017
A trial to protect lambs from foxes on the last remaining semi-commercial sheep property in the Greenwith area is underway by Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges and SA Water.
Banding together for endangered bandicoots
13 September 2017
Kangarilla residents have rallied to save the local southern brown bandicoot population after several of the endangered mammals were killed by cars on the main street.
Stage one announced for Tennyson Dunes Discovery Trail
12 September 2017
A meandering, environmentally sensitive trail route has been approved for the northern section of the Discovery Trail through Tennyson Dunes Conservation Reserve.
Bamboo-wrecking foxes foiled
28 August 2017
A trial targeting foxes that had been contaminating the bamboo grown for Adelaide Zoo’s pandas has been a great success.
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