South East Natural Resources Management Board
The South East Natural Resources Management (SE NRM) Board was established in May 2005 and is responsible for the natural resources of an area that covers approximately 28,000 square kilometres bounded by the Victorian border to the east, the Southern Ocean to the south and the Coorong to the west.
The SE NRM Board is a group of community, state and local government members who make decisions about regional investment in NRM, derived from the NRM Levy, in conjunction with regional NRM Plan.
The plan sets targets for the environment in the region, and is delivered by Natural Resources South East through a diverse range of programs and projects across the region.
Following 1 July 2020, the South East NRM Board will be replaced by the Limestone Coast Landscape Board. For more information visit www.landscape.sa.gov.au
Upcoming meeting dates
Board meeting minutes and agendas are available below. Archived minutes and agendas available here.
Minutes of Meetings