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Fire impacts on farm water quality can be managed
02 April 2020

News release on how fire impacts on farm water quality can be managed

Adelaide ‘re-wilded’ with long lost butterfly
20 March 2020

Twenty years of effort to reinstate a long lost butterfly in Adelaide has paid off this month as hundreds of the rare insects are released at specially planted sites.

Post-fire an opportunity for easier woody weed control
19 March 2020

In some areas affected by the Cudlee Creek fire, much of the weed biomass has been burnt away. This means that if done soon, control can be done more quickly with less effort and cost than usual.

Rebuilding garden helps heal the heart
12 March 2020

Making a small start on rebuilding a garden lost to bushfire can be an important first step in the recovery process, says a garden expert who is running workshops for landholders affected by the Cudlee Creek fire.

New Cudlee Creek fire grants support landscape recovery
06 March 2020

A news release on the new Cudlee Creek fire grants support for landscape recovery

Presiding Member appointed to lead new Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board
04 March 2020

Business consultant and environmental community leader, David Greenhough, has been appointed to head the new Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board.

Sturt a ‘gorge-ous’ pick for Park of the Month
28 February 2020

Spectacular rock formations, great views and challenging bike trails all feature in this month’s Park of the Month.

Nature’s ‘first responders’ go for green
25 February 2020

Nature’s ‘first responders’ go for green

Grants lead way for blue carbon investment
24 February 2020

Three research projects which will explore the potential for blue carbon sites from the Fleurieu through to Adelaide’s northern coastline have been awarded $240,000 in grant funding.

Helping Adelaide Hills landholders manage livestock and pastures after fire
05 February 2020

Stock containment and feeding areas might be needed for some time as the landscape recovers from the Cudlee Creek fires.

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges