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Blooming wildflowers at Innes National Park
18 September 2017

Innes National Park (NP) is bursting with colour as the annual native wildflower bloom begins, delighting visitors to Southern Yorke Peninsula.

Feedback invited on Northern and Yorke draft Regional NRM Plan
14 September 2017

Now is your chance to have your say on the draft Regional Natural Resources Management Plan for Northern and Yorke, guiding the next decade of natural resources management in our region.

Historic shipwreck exposed on Yorke Peninsula
06 September 2017

The iconic Ethel shipwreck at Innes National Park has again been fully exposed after recent winter storms, providing a spectacular sight for visitors to the park.

Have your say on draft Regional NRM Plan for Northern and Yorke
25 August 2017

Community feedback is invited on the Regional Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management (NRM) Plan.

Yorke Peninsula's Green Army on track for decisive victory
24 August 2017

Yorke Peninsula’s Green Army have been working across the Peninsula since the beginning of May, and are achieving extraordinary outcomes for biodiversity and habitat conservation.

Coordinated fox baiting in Northern and Yorke
04 August 2017

Landholders across the Northern and Yorke region are encouraged to manage fox baiting with their neighbours and register for the coordinated baiting program this spring.

Clare Valley Green Army comes to a close
31 July 2017

A new generation of young environmental ‘soldiers’ are now ready for their next chapter in environmental conservation, after the third and final Clare Valley Green Army team graduated last Thursday at the Blyth Town Hall.

Friends of Spring Gully 30th Anniversary Dinner
31 July 2017

The Friends of Spring Gully Conservation Park have accomplished some outstanding conservation outcomes and dedicated countless volunteer hours since their first meeting at the Clare Community Centre in 1987.

Young Environmental Leaders taking action
26 July 2017

Earlier this month, a group of 43 students from across the Southern Yorke Peninsula region attended the second Young Environmental Leaders (YEL) workshop for the year, near the Corny Point lighthouse on the western tip of Yorke Peninsula.

Students explore the biodiversity of Victoria Park
20 July 2017

A group of thirty students from three schools across the Upper Yorke Peninsula region recently took part in the second Young Environmental Leaders (YEL) workshop for the year at Victoria Park, a public bushland park that was established 130 years ago, in Moonta.

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