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Find out the latest DEW news as featured in Environment SA News.

Cleland Wildlife Park achieves zero waste to landfill
Cleland Wildlife Park has reached an important environmental sustainability milestone this month, achieving zero waste to landfill for the first time.

Read the story in full on Environment SA News.

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SA’s River Murray water allocations reach 100 per cent
Water allocations for South Australian River Murray users have now reached 100 per cent for the 2020-21 water year.

Applications now open for leasing of shacks on Crown lands
Eligible leaseholders (or nominees) for shacks on Crown lands are invited to apply for longer tenure as part of the government’s Retaining Shacks program.

‘Snags’ re-establishing critical new habitats for Murray fish populations
2020 has seen noticeable improvements to native fish habitats along the South Australian leg of the River Murray thanks to an ongoing re-snagging process led by the Department for Environment and Water (DEW).

Short film puts spotlight on Coorong during National Science Week
The public is invited to view a short film produced by the Department for Environment and Water and the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board about South Australia’s iconic Coorong and the scientists and citizens helping return it to a healthy system.