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Surprises and something new unfold for new officer
16 June 2017

Based in Berri, Sam Hardy recently joined the Floodplains and Wetland team at Natural Resources South Australian Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) as a Project Officer and is assisting in monitoring wetlands and the delivery of environmental water.

Mallee and Coorong volunteers celebrate
13 June 2017

Volunteers from across the diverse landscape of the Mallee and Coorong district have recently been recognised for the valuable contribution they make towards the management of natural resources.

Riverland celebrates natural resources volunteers
13 June 2017

The management of our natural resources is underpinned by the skills, knowledge, energy and time of countless volunteers across the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin region, which was acknowledged recently at the Riverland Natural Resources Management (NRM) Group volunteer recognition day.

Winning the war on woody weeds
13 June 2017

Advances in methods for woody weed control are helping to make serious inroads against South Australia’s most troublesome weeds.

Milang habitat restoration project takes flight
06 June 2017

The Milang community will celebrate World Environment Day, with this year’s celebrations coinciding with the launch of the Milang Habitat Restoration Project.

Free guardian animals and predator management workshop
05 June 2017

To support landholders to explore different methods of pest animal control, Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) will be holding a free workshop on Guardian Animals and Predator Management, Thursday 22 June at Yalumba Winery.

New irrigation programme offers attractive benefits
30 May 2017

Applications are being accepted for the new Commonwealth On-Farm Further Irrigation Efficiency (COFFIE) program pilot in South Australia. $15 million is available for projects put forward by eligible SA River Murray irrigators – allowing them to modernise their on-farm irrigation systems in exchange for water savings to the environment.

Taking care of our trails
22 May 2017

Kinchina Conservation Park has quite simply taken off as a mountain biking and trail running destination says Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin District Manager Sarah Lance.

Meet Natural Resources SAMDB Regional Director
19 May 2017

Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin’s (SAMDB) new regional director Mike Williams commenced work in the region earlier this year.

There's a tour guide on your phone!
19 May 2017

The Rural City of Murray Bridge and Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin have recently partnered on a great community project to help the young, old, visitors and locals learn more about the beautiful wetlands at Rocky Gully.