Hutt Bay Wetland

You may remember that late last year we introduced you to the new concept of Regional Recharge Farms. In case you missed it, these are locations in the landscape where water is retained in natural wetland features, in our case using nature and the wetland...

Rose and Jess’ exciting find of a Southern Blue-Ringed Octopus (Hapalochlaena maculosa) at Cape Douglas with families from the local home-school network is our Species of the Month for April. (For those that are interested, the Limestone Coast Homeschool Group contact is Nicole: .)There are...

We're very excited about the next event in our workshop series centred around Hutt Bay: this time we'll be learning about the area's Boandik cultural heritage with Aunty Michelle Jacquelin-Furr.Back in 2018 we worked with Aunty Michelle in ForestrySA's biodiversity schools program in which...

Over the years at NGT we've worked on wetland restoration investigations and implemented projects at wide range of wetland types. If you have been following these stories for some time, you will have seen how valuable digital elevation data (a Digital Elevation Model or DEM,...

Over the past month we've been busy with a whole heap of environmental education events around the South East, from Eaglehawk in the north to Hutt Bay in the south.On 5th November, thanks to the support of the Coast Protections Board’s Community Participation Grant, I...

There has been some media lately in the South East of South Australia (the Limestone Coast), that has introduced an exciting new concept in water management for the region - after the local Landscape Board attracted recent investment to establish what have been dubbed "Regional...

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