Soils resources

Soils in the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin are as diverse as the communities they support. From shallow brown loams hosting livestock through to deep white sands producing grains, our soils, our industries and our communities are interconnected.

Although diverse in range, our soils are often very fragile and require individualised management with consideration of the broader landscape, the climate and the soil structure.

Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin works with land managers and community groups to support the continued improvement of soil health and the prevention of soil erosion.

Through the regeneration of our soils we will see the enrichment of our communities and the increased resilience of our region.

For more information on managing soils click on the below links for a list of resources and videos.

Acidic soils

Soil carbon

Mallee seeps

Soil modification

Soil salinity

E-newsletter

If you’re a land manager interested in soil health improvement, you might like to sign up for our Soil Matters newsletter.

You can subscribe to the digital version or email eliza.rieger@sa.gov.au for a mailed copy. Please include your name and postal address in the email.

Back issues are available to read here.

More information

  • Natural Resources Centre
    110A Mannum Road, Murray Bridge SA 5253
    (08) 8391 7500