News - Indigenous Land Management

Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, Minister for Environment and Water, attends the Adelaide Hills Green Army Team Graduation Ceremony

The Landcare Association of SA was very pleased to have the Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, Minister for Environment and Water, attend the Adelaide Hills Green Army Team Graduation Ceremony today at the Upper Sturt Soldiers Memorial Hall. A crowd of 40 people…

Share your Landcare story at the 2018 National Landcare Conference

Taking place at the Brisbane Conference & Exhibition Centre between 10-12 October, the 2018 National Landcare Conference and Awards offers three days of knowledge sharing, insightful discussion, as well as informative presentations by pioneers, leaders of NRM bodies, scientists, academics,…

Graduation ceremony marks the end of a successful Green Army Project.

Over the last three years the Landcare Association of SA has successfully hosted several Green Army Teams to support the work of landcare groups. The most recent Team has just completed a six-month work program in collaboration with The Gums Landcare Group,…

NLP Regional Land Partnerships Request for Tender Now Open

The Regional Land Partnerships Request For Tender has been released on the AusTender website, with a closing date for tender submission is 28th February 2018, 3pm AEST. Regional Land Partnerships is a major component of the $1 billion second phase…

2017 SA Landcare Award Winners

The 2017 South Australian Landcare Awards and the Premiers NRM Excellence Award were presented at the 2017 SA Landcare Conference Dinner at the Clare Golf Club on 12 September.  A crowd of 200 people from across SA attended the event…

Indigenous Land Management

The Aboriginal Lands Trust (ALT) of South Australia has been highly active in the landcare movement since it began. The ALT was a founding member of the Landcare Association of SA and remains an active and valued member of the…

The Head of Bight

One of the most spectacular whale watching sites in South Australia (or indeed, the world) is the HEAD OF BIGHT, near the Nullarbor Plain in the State’s Far West coast.