Over the years, the department has collaborated with the community, cooperative research centres, universities, and government and non-government agencies to help us deliver our conservation priorities.
Leveraging our high-quality, credible data, information and knowledge through active partnering has allowed us to highlight key ecological assets which are at risk, improve predictive models and establish appropriate management strategies for species, habitats and landscapes.
The department's research co-funding program and Wildlife Conservation Fund grants scheme support our commitment to innovative science-based policy and conservation management options for South Australia.
In particular, our partnerships include:
- SA Museum
- SA Water
- Landscape Science Cluster
- Flinders University
- University of Adelaide
- University of South Australia
- Australian National University
- University of Western Australia
- Barbara Hardy Centre for Sustainable Urban Environments
- Nature Foundation SA
- Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN)
- State Herbarium collaborations
- Royal Botanic Gardens Kew Millennium Seed Bank
- Arid Recovery
- Landscape restoration partnerships
- Bushfire Cooperative Research centre (CRC)
- Iluka Resources.