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Draft River Murray Water Allocation Plan released for comment
16 July 2018

The South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board has released an updated draft Water Allocation Plan for the River Murray Prescribed Watercourse for comment.

Free baits for wild dog control
16 July 2018

Tackling the presence of wild dogs inside the dog fence is critical to the viability of South Australia’s $1.89 billion sheep industry.

Mallee emu-wrens return home to SA
16 July 2018

The future of the nationally endangered Mallee emu-wren looks a little brighter after 40 of these small birds were recently brought back to SA.

Natural Resources Education kicking goals
16 July 2018

Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin Education team has been smashing records this school term, by engaging more than 1200 students in classroom sessions.

Help find out what our frogs are telling us
10 July 2018

A competition using the FrogSpotter app was launched in July and citizen scientists from across the Murray Valley are being asked to join in.

Get the buzz on Ngarkat
26 June 2018

More than 30 apiarists with bee licences in Ngarkat Conservation Park attended a workshop in Tintinara last month.

Riverland students give voice to Maize Island
20 June 2018

A new walking trail in Maize Island Lagoon Conservation Park designed by nine Riverland high school students who are members of the River Murray Youth Council (RMYC) was officially launched on 20 June 2018.

Plan to plant native species in your patch
13 June 2018

Have you ever wondered what native plants to grow in your garden or patch of scrub, or just wanted some inspiration?

Weather stations upgraded
13 June 2018

The Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin Automated Weather Station (AWS) Network has recently been upgraded to improve service to farmers, irrigators and other users.

On watch during lambing season
13 June 2018

Lambing season is under way across the SA Murray-Darling Basin region and farmers need to be aware of the risks related with lamb mortality.