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100 landholders' gates open for Baiting for Biodiversity program
04 December 2018

Since Yorke Peninsula's Baiting for Biodiversity (BfB) program commenced in 2008, impressive outcomes have been achieved.

Now's the time to get on top of silverleaf nightshade
20 November 2018

Landholders in the Northern and Yorke region have been urged to take steps to look for and control the pest plant silverleaf nightshade before deep roots form.

Plover chicks Point Turton's newest residents
20 November 2018

With help from Friends of Hooded Plover volunteers, two pairs of threatened hooded plovers hatched four tiny chicks at Point Turton last week.

Yorke district summer rabbit control
08 November 2018

Landholders and community groups are being encouraged to start planning their summer rabbit control, as the weather begins to heat up and green feed dries out.

Khaki weed: A prickly pest
05 November 2018

Landholders and residents of the Northern and Yorke region are urged to be on the lookout for khaki weed (Alternanthera pungens), a declared plant originally from South America.

Clare Regional Hub set to receive a new roof
30 October 2018

Construction of a new roof on the Clare Regional Hub at 155 Main North Road is due to commence on the 1st of November.

Volunteers needed across Yorke Peninsula for shorebird survey
24 October 2018

Natural Resources Northern and Yorke is recruiting volunteers for the Hooded Plover Biennial Count on Yorke Peninsula next month.

Osprey recovery efforts led by local community group
17 October 2018

Eastern osprey on Yorke Peninsula shoul dhave a brighter future after the Southern Yorke Peninsula Landcare Group won a National Landcare Small Environmental Grant to restore the bird's home ranges.

Parks get by with a little help from their friends
10 October 2018

The 31st Friends of Parks Forum was held recently at Stenhouse Bay Hall in Yorke Peninsula’s Innes National Park, with the theme ‘Preserving our Past and Protecting our Future’.

Wave goodbye to Mexican poppy
05 October 2018

With the weather starting to warm up, landholders across the Northern and Yorke region are encouraged to look out for any new infestations of Mexican poppy (Argemone ochroleuca), and to start planning their summer-active weed control.

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