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River Murray Flow Report
23 February 2018
DEWNR has released the River Murray Weekly Flow Report for 23 February 2018.

River Murray Flow Report
16 February 2018
DEWNR has released the River Murray Weekly Flow Report for 16 February 2018.

Stud gudgeons dating
13 February 2018
Recently Nature Glenelg Trust and Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin orchestrated the transport of an important shipment of threatened fish to Berri.

Seeking passionate committed people
13 February 2018
Vacancies–Mallee and Coorong, Rangelands and Ranges to River NRM groups. Do you have a have a passion for natural resources management and live in the Mallee and Coorong, Rangelands or Ranges to River areas? If so, we need you!

River Murray Flow Report
09 February 2018
DEWNR has released the River Murray Weekly Flow Report for 9 February 2018.

Calling all aspiring teenage environmentalists
06 February 2018
Natural Resources SA Murray-Darling Basin is providing an exciting opportunity for local high school students to gain practical hands-on experience in the environmental and natural resources management field by becoming members of the River Murray Youth Council.

River Murray Flow Report
02 February 2018
DEWNR has released the River Murray Weekly Flow Report for 2 February 2018.

Landholders encouraged to join forces on fox baiting
02 February 2018
Natural Resources South Australian Murray-Darling Basin is encouraging landowners to consider working together with neighbours to bait collectively for foxes in the Mallee and Coorong district.

Berri wetland refilling event on World Wetlands Day
31 January 2018
Celebrate World Wetlands Day at Berri’s Martin Bend Wetland from 5.30-7pm this Friday, 2 February, with a free barbecue and an opportunity to see the wetland begin to fill.

Birds-and people flock to Tolderol Game Reserve
29 January 2018
If you are searching for a place to visit during the summer that is teeming with bird life, look no further. Tolderol Game Reserve is currently alive with migratory shorebirds and provides excellent opportunities for bird watching and photography.

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