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Did you know…It’s World Turtle Day?
23 May 2019

World Turtle Day encourages us think about turtles, who like crocodiles, first appeared during the time of the dinosaurs, over 200 million years ago. Previously they have been an incredibly successful species, thriving while many other species, including the dinosaurs, perished.

NRM Agricultural Knowledge Small Grants 2019-2020 now open
21 May 2019

The South Australia Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management (SAMDB NRM) Board NRM Agricultural Knowledge Small grants are now open.

Mid-Murray students uncovering memories of carpet pythons
21 May 2019

Students of the mid-Murray area asked their family, friends and peers to trace back their memories to record whether they have seen the threatened Murray Darling carpet python.

Local investment delivering on-ground results
14 May 2019

The SA Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management (SAMDB NRM) Board will receive more than $10 million over five years to deliver vital on-ground environmental and agricultural projects in the SAMDB region, under the $450 million Australian Government’s Regional Land Partnerships program.

Volunteers at the ready to help Ngarkat
14 May 2019

The annual two-day volunteer working bee conducted recently at Ngarkat Conservation Park was again a huge success.

Swamp helps lily to bloom
14 May 2019

To some, they may look like quagmires or bogs, but to Natural Resources SA Murray–Darling Basin staff, wetlands are known as the lungs of the river. When wetland conditions are right, aquatic plants and animals thrive as they burst into their lifecycles.

Vulnerable frog species found thriving in Riverland wetland thanks to environmental water
08 May 2019

A number of nationally vulnerable southern bell frogs (Litoria raniformis) have been found during recent monitoring at Overland Corner Wetland located adjacent to the River Murray, immediately downstream of Lock 3 and part of the cluster of wetlands that surround and extend the Banrock Station Ramsar Wetland site.

Improved campground facilities at Worlds End Gorge
08 May 2019

The Rangelands Natural Resources Management Group have recently assisted the Goyder Council to manage fire risk at Worlds End Gorge campground.

Kids hooked on sustainable organic farming
08 May 2019

Forty five students from seven schools (from Renmark to Truro) attended the first 2019 Upper Murray Young Environment Leaders forum which was held recently at Gurra Downs date plantation.

Lower lakes fish survey reveals health of native fish populations
16 April 2019

South Australian fish ecologists recently conducted an extensive survey of the Lower Lakes, and surrounding tributaries, in an effort to assess the health and status of native fish populations in the regions wetlands.

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