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New projects for SA Murray-Darling Basin
17 December 2018

The SA Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management (SAMDB NRM) Board will receive more than $10 million dollars over five years from the Australian government to support delivery of local programs, relevant to the SAMDB region under the recent round of the $450 million Regional Land Partnerships funding.

Supporting land management practices to sustain our soils
05 December 2018

December 5 is the United Nations “World Soil Day” each year and this year Natural Resources South Australian Murray-Darling Basin is encouraging its farmers to continue to explore diversity in farm management practices to promote healthy soils.

Trial returns Mallee emu-wrens to SA
26 November 2018

Endangered Mallee emu-wren populations in South Australia have received an extra boost this spring with the successful translocation of an additional 38 birds back to Ngarkat Conservation Park.

Why do turtles need a headstart?
16 November 2018

Giving turtles a head start in life by providing safe hatching environments may be critical to ensuring their survival.

Wetland warriors pack their bags for a big trip
15 November 2018

This week a small number of little ‘wetland warriors’ started out on an exciting journey from the South Australian Riverland to a new home in a quiet backwater in New South Wales.

No, it’s not a living fossil - but it sure looks like one
13 November 2018

Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) Wetlands and Floodplains Team spotted a number of very interesting crustaceans know as shield shrimp (Triops australiensis) while undertaking a recent monitoring survey on the Chowilla Floodplain.

A risky time for turtles
05 November 2018

November is turtle month and a hazardous time of year for our hard-shelled reptile friends as they venture outside the safety of the water to nest.

Works to breed new life
05 November 2018

Covering more than 9,000 hectares and struggling through dry conditions, Katarapko section of the Murray River National Park is a unique mosaic landscape of wetlands, creeks, and floodplains, situated between Berri and Loxton in the Riverland.

Expression of interest open for community panel
30 October 2018

The Department for Environment and Water is looking for community members committed to ensuring a resilient and healthy landscape for the Katarapko section of the Murray River National Park in the Riverland.

Celebration to be held at top-notch bird watching reserve
30 October 2018

One of the premier bird-watching spots in Australia, Tolderol Game Reserve Wetlands, will be welcoming the public to a free open day on 18 November 2018 to celebrate all things to do with birds, volunteers and wetlands.

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