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Strategy for Aboriginal partnerships in NRM
21 November 2017

People are being invited to provide feedback on the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board’s draft Aboriginal Partnerships strategy, which will provide the long-term direction for Aboriginal participation in local natural resources management.

Wetlands provide insight into EP groundwater
16 November 2017

Increased monitoring of Eyre Peninsula’s wetlands is the latest tool used by Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula to assist with managing the region’s groundwater systems.

Opportunity for innovative fishing and aquaculture
10 November 2017

Fishing and aquaculture industries across Eyre Peninsula are encouraged to contact Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula to discuss opportunities for developing new, innovative and collaborative sustainable fishing and aquaculture projects.

Seasonal fire crew starts
23 October 2017

Nine seasonal fire fighters and 40 NREP Officers have just completed pre-season fitness testing and fire training in readiness for the 2017-18 fire danger season.

Snake awareness
18 October 2017

Snake awareness - Living with wildlife

New NRM Board members
05 October 2017

Helen Smith and Meagan Turner are the region’s newly appointed Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management (NRM) Board Members. The Board’s Presiding Member Diana Laube welcomed Helen and Meagan at their first meeting.

Helicopter used to survey boneseed population
04 October 2017

A helicopter has been used to survey a large boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera) population covering about 5000 hectares of hard-to-access land near Cleve.

When the Kingfish are back in Coffin Bay, remember the Sanctuary Zone rules
19 September 2017

As yellowtail kingfish return to shallow coastal waters, recreational fishers are reminded about the importance of Coffin Bay to the kingfish life cycle and the rules regarding Marine Park Sanctuary Zones.

Showcasing Eyre Peninsula NRM at State Landcare Conference
12 September 2017

Eight Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula staff will be presenting at the State Landcare Conference in Clare this week. They are showcasing a range of successful natural resources management (NRM) projects such as Eyre Peninsula’s Aboriginal partnerships in NRM, the WildEyre conservation through collaboration project, women in sustainable agriculture enterprises and an the ever-increasing network of local citizen scientists making important biological observations (birds, goannas, koala) on Eyre Peninsula.

If you spot a koala, let us know
06 September 2017

Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula is calling on locals to report koala sightings online as part of a new project to find out more about the koala population on Eyre Peninsula, and their effects on our woodlands.

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