Do the right thing; Making the most of KI’s parks
21 November 2018
Kangaroo Island is lucky to have so many wonderful parks and reserves that the community can enjoy and that bring thousands of visitors to our shores every year. There are a few guidelines that will help make it more enjoyable and beneficial for everyone involved, as well as protecting the things that we value.
Severe Weather warning - FCNP site closures
20 November 2018
update: sites reopen
Carbon farming comes to Kangaroo Island
02 November 2018
Expressions Of Interests are now open for a new Carbon Credit project as Carbon Farming comes to KI
Time to grow your biodiversity?
10 October 2018
Kangaroo Island is home to many vulnerable species of native Australian plants and Natural Resources Kangaroo Island has been working hard to increase the populations of some of these often overlooked beauties.
Do the right thing: dealing with pests
20 September 2018
Although free from many pest plants and animals found elsewhere in Australia, KI does have a number of introduced animals and weeds that could cause irreversible damage to our environment and agricultural landscapes if left unchecked.
Do the right thing: Help keep Kangaroo Island’s marine environment pristine
19 September 2018
Locals and visitors are reminded how to help keep Kangaroo Island’s pristine waters rich in biodiversity and abundant with marine life.
The secret’s out: KI proving popular with the film industry
13 September 2018
The many iconic sites and natural attractions of KI have long been known in tourism circles and it seems we are now becoming increasingly popular with international film crews too!
Do the right thing: Keep household pets under control to protect wildlife
13 September 2018
In order for the Feral Cat Eradication Program to be a success, the Kangaroo Island (KI) Council, partners in the program, are seeking the support and cooperation of all domestic cat owners on the Island.
Do the right thing: Biosecurity is everyone’s responsibility
17 August 2018
Kangaroo Island is currently free of many pest plants and animals found around Australia, biosecurity on our Island is very much about ‘prevention is better than the cure’.
Do the right thing: the benefits of native vegetation are clear
09 August 2018
Kangaroo Island’s reputation is built on its natural environment, recognised for being the last bastion for a number of endangered animal species, but did you know that we are also the last refuge for many native plant species?
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