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Your chance to join your local Natural Resources Management Group
06 February 2017

Applications are now open for membership of the SA Arid Lands (SAAL) Natural Resources Management (NRM) Board’s district-based NRM groups.

Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park hiking trails closed over summer
21 November 2016

Four challenging hiking trails and one campsite in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park will be closed over the summer in the interests of public safety.

Simpson Desert and remote tracks closed over summer
21 November 2016

The Simpson Desert and four Public Access Routes (PARs) in the state’s outback will be closed over the hottest months of the year to ensure the safety of visitors and emergency personnel.

Pastoral Profit workshops back on
18 November 2016

Want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your pastoral business and making the right decisions for your financial future?

Have your say on draft 10-year NRM Plan for SA Arid Lands
17 October 2016

Have your say on draft 10-year NRM Plan for SA Arid Lands

Local ranger to 'go green' for good cause
18 July 2016

Natural Resources SA Arid Land’s own Tony Magor is hoping to raise money for the Thin Green Line Foundation by dying his hair a vibrant green to mark World Ranger Day on 31 July.

New tool for fox and wild dog control
31 May 2016

Eighty-one landholders received a hands on demonstration of the newest tool for controlling wild dogs and foxes, the Canid Pest Ejector. The demonstrations delivered by Wild Dog Project officers were held as part of Biteback’s biannual injection services in the Kingoonya, Gawler Ranges, North Flinders and North East Pastoral districts during April and May.

Brushtail possums (Virlda) settle into Ikara
31 May 2016

It’s been nearly a year since 79 Brushtail Possums (Virlda) were translocated from the Yookamurra Sanctuary into the Flinders Ranges National Park. With more than half of those possums radiocollared, monitoring is well underway and we are beginning to learn more about their behaviours as they settle back into an area where they’ve been absent for 75 years.

New strain of calici offers hope for rabbit control
31 May 2016

Land managers across South Australia are being urged to submit dead rabbit samples to assist with tracking the spread of a new rabbit calicivirus strain in Australia. Samples from the pastoral zone will be of particular interest.

New best-prac road and track management DVD
31 May 2016

Interested in improving your grader skills, track design and knowledge? Want to save yourself time and dollars? Land managers, transport workers and others who grade roads in the region now have access to a new DVD featuring soil conservation expert, Col Stanton, aimed at preventing soil erosion and restoring natural water flow across country.

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