Breathe in the new year with beach yoga at Innes National Park
23 December 2019
Media release on Breathe in the new year with beach yoga at Innes National Park
Summer savings on rabbit bait across Yorke Peninsula
16 December 2019
Media release on summer savings on rabbit bait across Yorke Peninsula
Fence to protect public safety at historic Wallaroo Mines
10 December 2019
Media release on fence to protect public safety at historic Wallaroo Mines
African boxthorn control reaches new heights
29 November 2019
Natural Resources Northern and Yorke has taken to the skies in a bid to further control the impact of African boxthorn on properties in the Terowie, Peterborough and Orroroo districts.
Apply now for a NRM Back to Basics Grant
11 November 2019
The Northern and Yorke NRM Board invites all land managers and community groups situated within the Southern Finders Upper North district to apply for the Northern and Yorke Natural Resources Management Board’s Back to Basics Grants Program.
Delivering a win-win for environment and agriculture
08 November 2019
A key milestone has been reached in the creation of a 140,000 hectare ‘Great Southern Ark’ that will protect native species and benefit local farming communities.
Trapping workshops prepare landholders for battle with wild dogs
08 November 2019
Two practical workshops designed to arm landholders with the skills to control wild dogs were held recently at Wonga Station, near Morgan and Willangi Bush Escapes, Peterborough.
Mid North farmers share strategies to tackle the dry
31 October 2019
A recent tour visiting four properties across the Mid North provided over 50 local landholders with an opportunity to see how containment feeding set ups could be implemented at various scales.
Prickly weeds to be controlled from the air
23 August 2019
A project designed to improve pastoral production across the Northern and Yorke, SA Arid Lands and SA Murray-Darling Basin regions by reducing the impacts of two prickly weeds is well underway.
Rare opportunity to explore historical shipwreck at Innes
05 August 2019
Recent Southern Ocean storms, heavy seas, high winds and large swells have combined to remove sand from Ethel Beach and fully expose the wrecks of the Ethel sailing ship and S.S. Ferret coastal steamer, at Innes National Park on southern Yorke Peninsula.
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