Who speaks for the trees?

On Monday 11 November Conservation SA hosted a Public Forum: 'Who Speaks for the Trees' Forum.  Around 150 passionate community members, politicians, policy-makers and members of the environment sector packed the Joinery to hear expert speakers on the planning and... Read more

Kimba dump ballot a long, long way from community consent

MEDIA RELEASE 8 November 2019 Kimba dump ballot a long, long way from community consent After years of trying to convince the Kimba community to accept radioactive waste from Lucas Heights in Sydney and throwing millions of dollars at a town struggling for... Read more

Platypus in SA & banning opera house traps

The Conservation Council of South Australia (Conservation SA) welcomes the opportunity to make a response to the review into regulations enabling the use of pyramid nets as permitted fishing devices in South Australia is underway, with a view to mitigate risks... Read more

Biodiversity Blog: Devilish Dasyurids

Ever had a bad day and just wanted to chew someone's head off? Let me introduce to you the Dasyurid family. Read more

Are you one of SA's nature champions?

Nominations are now open for the 2019 SA Environment Awards! Each year the Awards celebrates South Australia's nature champions in four categories: Young Achiever, Unsung Hero, Lifetime Achievement and the Jill Hudson Award for Environmental Protection. Read more

TrailRider makes nature accessible

Nature is for everybody! TrailRider is an all-terrain wheelchair that allows people with limited mobility to explore SA's incredible environment.  In 2018 Conservation SA offered its TrailRider on extended loan to the District Council of Yankalilla to help their community explore... Read more

CE Blog: We need to listen to our Friends on KI

It takes a lot to get Friends of Parks volunteers fired up. Protesting and holding placards is not really their style. They are far more used to being away from the limelight; maintaining tracks, replanting trees, surveying threatened species or... Read more

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