Tag: Landscape SA

Nature camp elements embraced

Local students were given the chance to immerse themselves in nature and learn about how all living things are connected during a recent camp.
 The...

Landholders on watch

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is urging landholders to be on the lookout for declared weed gorse (Ulex europaeus).
With a small number of isolated...

Carbon farm officer appointed

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board has appointed a new carbon farming project officer.
Carbon farming is a change to agricultural or land management practices that...

Lakes trail to drive outdoor adventures

While the final school term for 2023 is well under way, many school children will be thinking about ‘A Day in the Park’, with...

Groundwater information flows

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is wrapping up its Lower Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan review roadshow, culminating in community information sessions to be...

Weed warriors make impact on landscape

Approximately 70 young environmental leaders from across the Limestone Coast made an impact on weed control recently. Students from the Young Environmental Leaders Program (YELP)...

Workshop digs into soil health indicators

Increasing soil microbiology and its value to productivity were key take home messages at the recent “Soil health and shelterbelts” workshop held in Kongorong. Fascinating...

Next generation explores landscape career pathways

Local students received a hands-on experience heading out into the landscape to learn about the many roles land management has to offer as part...

Habitat restoration kick-started

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board has awarded funding to kick start projects that support local landscape biodiversity such as establishing shelterbelts and protecting remnant...

‘Young scientists’ embrace seasons

Five more schools have embraced the “Walking the Seasons” program this year, following its pilot introduction into Grant High School in 2022. “Walking the Seasons”...

Young Earthkeepers explore environment

Young environmental leaders from across the region headed to Naracoorte Caves last month for the annual Earthkeeper camp. Being out in the landscape and connecting...

Shelterbelt survey encouraged

The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is encouraging landholders with shelterbelts on their property to support a survey on the effects of shelterbelts on soil...

Nature explored

Local students have enjoyed the “March in May” annual event to learn about the Canunda National Park, west of Millicent. They enjoyed a day in...

Environmental landscape explored

Members of the next generation are learning to value the landscape of the Limestone Coast with a year-long program offered by the Limestone Coast...

Program connects community to Country

Walking the Seasons is an educational program that was inspired by the region’s First Nations seasonal calendar. The program aims to help the Limestone Coast...