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River Murray flow forecasts unchanged
03 November 2022

The latest advice received by the Government is that the River Murray peak flow projection remains at 135 gigalitres (GL) per day, however the duration of the high flow event is likely to be longer than initially expected.

Help protect biodiversity by having your say on draft Heritage Agreement policy
02 November 2022

South Australian landholders are encouraged to have their say on a draft Heritage Agreement policy which aims to provide support and encourage protection of native vegetation on private land.

Landcare volunteers to benefit from $1 million in State Government funding
01 November 2022

The Landcare Association of SA will receive $1 million in State Government funding to employ a state coordinator to support environmental volunteer groups across the state.

$1.3 million fund to restore native woodlands in the Hills and Fleurieu
31 October 2022

A new $1.3 million grant fund is now available for revegetation projects to restore native woodland habitats across Adelaide’s Hills and Fleurieu region.

Ngarrindjeri knowledge project to inform future Coorong management
31 October 2022

A project to gather Ngarrindjeri cultural knowledge of South Australia’s Kurangk (Coorong) has wrapped up, with the information collected to inform the future management of the iconic wetland.

State’s first blue carbon restoration site launched today north of Adelaide
28 October 2022

In a South Australian first, blue carbon will be captured and stored at a coastal wetland restoration site to be established near Webb Beach, north of Adelaide.

Government commits $3 million for River Murray mitigation measures as flow predictions rise
27 October 2022

An updated forecast released today by the State Government shows that River Murray flows of up to 135 gigalitres per day is now expected by early December, up from last week’s forecast of 120 GL per day.

SA’s groundbreaking conservation program Bounceback celebrates 30 years
27 October 2022

One of Australia's longest running biodiversity programs, which helped to save the yellow-footed rock wallaby from extinction, is celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Latest River Murray flow info now accessible in one easy location
25 October 2022

New inundation maps and a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions have been created as part of dedicated webpage on the highest River Murray flows in almost 50 years.

Preparations underway for expected increased River Murray flows
21 October 2022

The Department for Environment and Water (DEW) has sent a team of engineers and flood planners to the Riverland to ensure communities are afforded the best possible protection from high flows heading to South Australia.