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Everyone chipping in to get the job done
27 May 2021
Following an enquiry about rabbit control, the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board partnered with multiple landholders in the Loxton North and Bookpurnong area and the local council to cut down the feral rabbit population.

Region receives funding boost
26 May 2021
The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board will receive $700,000 to fund our partners to assist us in restoring the environment of the South Olary Plains under the inaugural round of the Marshall Liberal Government’s Landscape Priorities Fund.

Precious plants for precious people
17 May 2021
Families made lasting memories together and were involved in something unique and meaningful to celebrate mother’s day on Sunday 9 May while helping a nationally vulnerable plant to survive.

Volunteers vital to looking after landscapes
17 May 2021
National Volunteer Week 17-23 May 2021 is the perfect time to recognise and celebrate the enormous contribution that volunteers make to looking after the beautiful landscapes of the Murraylands and Riverland.

Another prickly invader offering bed and breakfast
04 May 2021
The Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board is urging landholders to control African boxthorn infestations on their properties and roadsides.

How do you know if you nail something?
04 May 2021
For the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board Wetlands Team, that is a relatively easy question to answer.

Farmers use compost to improve soil health
03 May 2021
The theme for this year’s International compost awareness week from 2-8 May is Better Soil, Better Life, Better Future. The week of activities promotes and encourages the importance of compost, a valuable organic resource and its use, knowledge and products.

Prickles not a deterrent for fruit fly
20 April 2021
Native to North America, South America, and the West Indies, prickly pear (Opuntia species) is a highly invasive cactus plant. They compete with native vegetation and can form dense impenetrable thickets in pasture, offering refuge for pests such as foxes and rabbits and provide habitat for fruit fly.

A not so golden child of our floodplains
29 March 2021
The Riverland District staff have been hitting the water over the summer months, conducting surveys of our river, creeks and floodplains.

29 March 2021
Karoonda Farm Fair is happening this year on 9 and 10 April, and we’ll be there! Drop by the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board marquee at 15-16 Copeville Street, speak with our friendly staff, or learn some interesting facts about native animals and get up close with a reptile or two.

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