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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.

Revegetation success on Southern Yorke Peninsula
18 July 2017

A project focussing on large-scale conservation works to conserve high-priority sites for declining woodland birds across Southern Yorke Peninsula (SYP) has recently been completed.

Hollows are homes
18 July 2017

As winter settles in and people begin to collect dead wood for fires, Natural Resources Northern and Yorke are asking everyone to remember who might be living within the hollows of the trees.

Rewilding Yorke Peninsula
22 June 2017

The Northern and Yorke Natural Resource Management Board are currently scoping the potential of an innovative approach to land management on southern Yorke Peninsula. Known as “rewilding”, the project aims to reintroduce locally extinct native species to restart many of natural processes that are missing on the peninsula. Northern and Yorke Landscape Program Coordinator Andy Sharp said that the Rewilding Yorke Peninsula project envisages the development of triple-bottom-line outcomes, across a variety of sectors.

Mount Remarkable National Park – Nature Play Park of the Month
08 June 2017

Throughout the month of June, Mount Remarkable National Park is being celebrated as the Park of the Month – an initiative between Nature Play SA and DEWNR.

Free workshops to help farmers manage pest plants and animals
02 June 2017

Natural Resources Northern and Yorke are holding a series of free workshops this month (June) aimed at helping farmers and landowners with strategic pest management of foxes and weeds and understanding the fundamentals of pest management.

Connecting our youth to natural spaces
02 June 2017

A group of 80 students from nine schools across the Southern Flinders region recently took part in the second Young Environmental Leaders (YEL) forum for the year at the Mambray Creek Visitor Area in Mount Remarkable National Park.

Landholders working together to continue BfB
29 May 2017

Since its inception in 2008, the landscape scale fox baiting on Yorke Peninsula as part of the Baiting for Biodiversity (BfB) program has achieved some outstanding results.

Autumn prescribed burn season completed
15 May 2017

Three prescribed burns have been successfully completed in the Southern Flinders Ranges, covering an area of approximately 400 hectares in Mount Brown Conservation Park and Mount Remarkable National Park.

New Natural Resources Centre and Regional Hub to centralise services in Clare
04 April 2017

A new Natural Resources Centre and Regional Hub will be officially opened in Clare today, a ‘one stop shop’ where the community can seek information and advice about natural resource management in the region.

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