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Help find our fungi
09 August 2018

It’s that time of year again, when the fabulous fungi come out in all their weird and wonderful glory. To help discover more about our local fungi in the SA Murray-Darling Basin region, we are enlisting the help of our citizen scientists.

That’s one ‘lucky duck’
07 August 2018

While conducting wetland monitoring activities with landholders at Beldora Wetland Complex near Loveday earlier this month, Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin wetlands team had an animal emergency.

Stand with World Rangers as they celebrate globally
30 July 2018

This year on World Ranger Day 31 July, the South Australian Ranger Association gathered at Woodhouse to recognise local rangers who have embodied the ranger spirit and to raise awareness of the great work undertaken by Rangers.

Fungi film festival celebrates National Science Week
27 July 2018

Community is being invited to join Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin on Friday 17 August at Ukaria Cultural Centre Mount Barker Summit, for a fun night to celebrate National Science Week 11-19 August.

Nine SA National Landcare finalists announced
25 July 2018

The nine SA finalists of the 2018 National Landcare Awards announced recently have been acknowledged and congratulated by the SA Murray-Darling Basin and Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Boards.

Now screening cinema and science
25 July 2018

The Murray Mallee Regional Science Hub is inviting the community to celebrate National Science Week (11-19 August) on Saturday 18 August at the Chaffey Theatre Renmark, by engaging in the wonderful world of ‘Scinema’.

Draft River Murray Water Allocation Plan released for comment
16 July 2018

The South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board has released an updated draft Water Allocation Plan for the River Murray Prescribed Watercourse for comment.

Free baits for wild dog control
16 July 2018

Tackling the presence of wild dogs inside the dog fence is critical to the viability of South Australia’s $1.89 billion sheep industry.

Mallee emu-wrens return home to SA
16 July 2018

The future of the nationally endangered Mallee emu-wren looks a little brighter after 40 of these small birds were recently brought back to SA.

Natural Resources Education kicking goals
16 July 2018

Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin Education team has been smashing records this school term, by engaging more than 1200 students in classroom sessions.