Seagrass Collaboration

Currently, a wealth of data on seagrass exists in various formats and is held by a multitude of stakeholders across the state. There is a need for coordination and collation of these datasets to optimise their use throughout research, monitoring and management.
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Enhancing Biodiversity & Protecting Cultural Heritage at Torrens Island Conservation

Torrens Island Conservation, located 15km north-west of Adelaide, provides important habitat for a range of native fauna species, including 69 bird species of conservation significance, as well as cultural historical importance. The Kaurna People have lived in the Torrens Island area for thousands of years, but the woodland has degraded, and regeneration is not occurring naturally due to weed burdens and past failed revegetation attempts. FNPW have awarded Friends of Torrens Island a Community Conservation Grant to help restore the woodland.
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Remarkable Southern Flinders

The Remarkable Southern Flinders project offers a rare opportunity to link well established national parks and conservations parks with land recently acquired for conservation and reservoir area opened for public use, to create a vast, connected park of national significance. 
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Mt Schank Walking Trail

When you visit South Australia's Mount Schank State Heritage Area you can enjoy a new stone path to the volcano rim. Before this new track, the existing stairs did not meet Australian Standards and visitors often climbed beside the stairs instead, which led to erosion and a slipping hazard.
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Granite Island Little Penguins

The Little Penguin (Eudyptula minor) is the smallest species of penguin in the world, with an average height of just 33 cms. They are found only on the southern coastlines of Australia and New Zealand. Populations of Little Penguins are facing serious decline. On Granite Island in South Australia, numbers have fallen from 1548 in 2001 to just 22 in 2015.
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Black Cockatoo Corridor

This Plant a Tree For Me project aims to revegetate additional Allocasuarina Verticulata (She-Oak) at Blowhole Beach for food of Black Glossy Cockatoos as apart of project to provide food for when these birds cross again to the mainland.
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