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Public Consultation: Golden Dodder Lucerne Seed Industry Draft Biosecurity Code of Practice
22 August 2017

Lucerne Australia is looking for your feedback on the draft COP to ensure it is relevant and beneficial for all of industry to follow.

Changes to SE NRM Board Fee for Service Spraying
15 August 2017

The South East Natural Resources Management Board has ceased its fee for service spraying operations. Natural Resources South East (NRSE) will re-focus its effort for pest animal and plant control operations towards education, engagement and increased compliance.

Stunning image of wild duck takes top honours
10 August 2017

A crisp long lens capture of a Black Duck by Graeme Mellor has taken out top honours in the Natural Resources South East Faces and Voices of our Landscape photo and video competition.

Drainage Board wins first Intract NAIDOC Award
19 July 2017

The South Eastern Water Conservation and Drainage Board’s operations team has been recognised for their community collaboration by recently winning Indigenous construction company Intract’s inaugural NAIDOC Award.

Winning against weeds on the Naracoorte Range
18 July 2017

The native woodlands of the Naracoorte Range are recovering and set to thrive thanks to the completion of a four year bushland weed control project supported by the SE NRM Board through funding from the Australian Government’s Biodiversity Fund.

Community values in the spotlight
13 July 2017

Passionate South East locals have started the process of developing new Subregional Natural Resources Management plans at the South East NRM (SE NRM) Board’s first round of community planning workshops.

Learn to ID the OBP
19 June 2017

Learn how to spot and identify the elusive Orange-Bellied Parrot at upcoming workshops with local expert and South Australian Orange-Bellied Parrot Coordinator Bob Green in collaboration with Natural Resources South East.

A decade of dedication to monitoring birdlife
14 June 2017

Every month for the last decade, a dedicated group of volunteers has ventured out to conduct monitoring and research, in an effort to record the array of unique birdlife at the wetland.

Linking landscapes for big picture conservation
05 June 2017

Local landowner Brian Luke has long desired to revegetate part of his Bangham cattle property. Through Natural Resources South East’s Landscape Links project, Mr Luke’s property now boasts a wildlife corridor bridging the gap between Geegeela Conservation Park and private bushland.

Students march in the park
29 May 2017

190 students from South East primary schools braved the cold for an engaging trek around Canunda National Park at this year’s March in May event.

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