Natural resources management projects over the last year have resulted in increased populations of some threatened birds, the planting of 43,000 native seedlings, and the launch of education programmes for regional primary school students.
News releases - Ian Hunter
Irrigators and river communities are invited to have their say on the management of the salt levels in the River Murray.
A world-renowned citizen science programme has been adopted in South Australia to improve monitoring of the State’s underwater reefs within our world-class marine parks network.
SA Water is undertaking the second and third stages of work in a $94 million safety upgrade of Kangaroo Creek Dam in the Adelaide Hills.
The autumn prescribed burning programme is being carefully planned to take into account the needs and concerns of the wine growing industry.
Families are invited to hike, climb or relax at Anstey Hill Recreation Park this Sunday at a “come and try” adventure afternoon that will showcase a $750,000 investment in new visitor facilities.
A school for budding and experienced green thumbs alike kicks off again this Sunday 26 March, set among some of the state’s most beautiful botanic gardens.
Students at two Adelaide high schools have been using smart technology provided by SA Water to identify water and cost savings at their schools.
Minister for Water and the River Murray Ian Hunter has welcomed today's recommitment by fellow State ministers to deliver the Murray–Darling Basin Plan in full.
South Australia’s Minister for Water and the River Murray expects the Ministerial Council meeting on Friday to continue working toward implementing the Basin Plan package agreed in 2012, most importantly the full 450 gigalitres of water promised to sustain the river.
South Australia’s River Murray water access entitlement holders will receive a 100 per cent water allocation in 2017-18, thanks to last spring’s highest inflows in 23 years.
South Australian fishing clubs, community groups and councils have a week left to apply for grants of up to $100,000 to boost recreational fishing for the state.