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Join in the NAIDOC Week celebrations in Clare
02 July 2018

NAIDOC Week will be held nationally from Sunday 8 July and continue through to Sunday 15 July, to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Young leaders empowered to effect environmental change
29 June 2018

Students participating in the Young Environmental Leaders (YEL) program on Yorke Peninsula recently attended the second forum for 2018.

Innovative educators take teaching outside on YP
28 June 2018

Thirty-three educators from across the Southern Yorke Partnership region recently attended a professional development workshop looking at how curriculum can be linked to, and delivered in, an outdoor learning environment.

NRM Board visits Hookina Spring
18 June 2018

The Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board, together with the Aboriginal Engagement Committee and Northern and Yorke and SA Arid Lands Natural Resources staff, were recently hosted by senior Adnyamathanha Traditional Owners at Hookina Spring (Punkga Pudanha) following a Board meeting held in Orroroo.

Reducing mice by supporting owls on Southern Yorke Peninsula
18 June 2018

A research project on Southern Yorke Peninsula is investigating if barn owls could provide an alternative, or additional, method of controlling feral mice.

Celebrating biodiversity success on Southern Yorke Peninsula
13 June 2018

Natural Resources Northern and Yorke staff, together with more than a hundred landholders, community members, contractors and project partners, congregated at the Warooka Town Hall on World Environment Day (5 June) to celebrate the culmination of the Australian Government's Clean Energy Future Biodiversity Fund and National Landcare Program projects.

Young Environmental Leaders soil forum at Hart Field Site
12 June 2018

Six schools from across the Lower Mid North came together recently for the Young Environmental Leaders soils forum, held at the Hart Field Site.

New calicivirus release to tackle rabbit problem
22 May 2018

Natural Resources Northern and Yorke has partnered with community groups on Yorke Peninsula in a bid to cut down the feral rabbit population, following reports of surging rabbit numbers in some coastal towns.

Grand gates of Martindale restored to former glory
12 April 2018

The entry to Martindale Hall was a hive of activity early this week (Monday 9 and Tuesday 10 April), as volunteers from the Friends of Burra Parks and staff from Natural Resources Northern and Yorke worked together to give the main entrance gates a new lease on life. Natural Resources Northern and Yorke Landscape Ranger Darrin Bennett said 12 people participated in the working bee, focussing their attention on restoring the old sandstone and steel gates. “The group spent two days repointing the original stonework, which was severely weathered, with a traditional lime-based mortar,” Mr Bennett said.

First YEL forum for 2018 a hit with students
05 April 2018

The first Southern Flinders Upper North Young Environmental Leaders forums for 2018 were held recently in Port Augusta and Wilmington.

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