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Nakari - from lost duckling to family leader
18 September 2019

Read the story of Nakari, the once lost duckling from Meningie who became a leader. As told by Rita Lindsay Jnr.

Natural Resources Management - a real career option
10 September 2019

Three students recently joined staff from the Natural Resources South East (NRSE) team for an educational work experience program across the Limestone Coast.

Young Environmental Leaders come together
03 September 2019

The Natural Resources South East NRM Education team recently hosted the Young Environmental Leaders Program (YELP) forum at the Naracoorte Caves National Park.

Help keep hoodies safe as they converge on coast
02 September 2019

Be mindful of the nesting hooded plovers along the Coorong and Limestone Coast beaches during the warmer months, to help conserve this threatened bird population.

Don’t let bridal veil creep in
08 August 2019

Natural Resources South East is asking members of the public to be on the lookout for bridal veil, a weed causing a severe environmental threat. With only a handful of known infestations in the South East, keeping on top of new sites is imperative to halting its spread.

Project team celebrates one year of protecting iconic Coorong and coast
11 July 2019

The South East NRM Board’s Our Coorong | Our Coast project (part of the broader Project Coorong initiative) is celebrating a year of progress, with plans and action underway to protect this fragile and iconic part of our region.

Young leaders immerse in the magic of nature
27 June 2019

Students representing 15 primary schools across the region congregated on Naracoorte Caves National Park recently to explore the outdoors and connect with nature at the South East Natural Resources Management Board’s Earthkeepers Camp.

New season weeds to watch out for
25 June 2019

With winter weather comes winter weeds, and Natural Resources South East’s NRM Officers are encouraging locals to be on the lookout. NRM Officer Paul Wordley said there’s a range of priority declared weeds to be aware of this winter.

Volunteers help out at Big Heath
24 June 2019

Local volunteers together with Natural Resources South East staff, recently spent the day out at Big Heath Conservation Park, working together to remove boneseed infestations across the area. NRM Officer Michelle Sargent said the declared weed takes hold easily in native vegetation, roadsides, heritage areas and reserves.

Flying foxes set up camp in South East
20 June 2019

A new colony of native grey-headed flying foxes has settled in a pine forest near Millicent. Around 1500 animals were seen roosting in a plantation managed by OneFortyOne. While the site is due for thinning, OneFortyOne’s Harvesting and Roading Manager, Ockert Le Roux said the company has delayed the operation.

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