The Regional NRM levy will increase by 150% to an average of 18 cents per day per household; this equates to $66 per year for the average household. To read the fact sheet click here.
Natural Resource Management Regional Contact
Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board Offices
43 High Street
GAWLER EAST SA
P. (08) 8115 4600
NRM Education Officer
NRM Education Officer/ AuSSI (Australian Sustainable Schools' Initiative project officer) The NRM Education officer position is jointly sponsored by The Barossa Council and the Adelaide & Mt Lofty Ranges NRM Board. The role supports the AuSSI program in the region's local schools, particularly primary schools, in its teaching of EfS principles (education for sustainability)
Mr Chris Hall
P. (08) 8563 8436
M. 0407 799 245
The Williamstown and Lyndoch Landcare Group has spent over 20 years restoring an old mine site at Altona to its original vegetation type.
To view the NRM Board's Achivements, please view the NRM Boards YouTube Channel >
Trees for Life - New Paddock Tree Project
Tress for Life, in partnership with Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management, have launched a new project which aims to establish the next generation of old paddock trees in South Australia - and in doing so, provide critical habitat for a range of declining woodland birds.
Trees for Life are seeking to recruit landholders throughout the northern and eastern Mount Lofty Ranges who will be happy for Trees for Life to plant scattered trees on their property.
Please see the attached media release for details of the Paddock Tree Project.
Further information can be found here