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Prescribed burning wrapping up for a record breaking year
21 June 2021

Recent rains have signalled the end of a record-breaking year of prescribed burns for South Australia with The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) successfully completing 49 prescribed burns this autumn.

Giving nature a helping hand after bushfires
05 January 2021

South Australia will be better prepared to support the preservation and re-establishment of the natural environment during and following bushfires with a new framework released by the Wildlife and Habitat Bushfire Recovery Taskforce.

New experience showcases Kangaroo Island Wilderness trail recovery
08 December 2020

The Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail (KIWT) will reopen for walkers from 1 December for the first time since last summer’s devastating bushfires.

Prescribed burn program given additional $37 million over five years
25 September 2020

South Australia’s prescribed burn program has received a $37 million injection over five years as part of the State Government’s $97.5 million response to the Keelty Review into last summer’s devastating bushfires.

Wildlife recovery gets a helping hand
28 July 2020

Almost $450,000 in community donations will be granted to 20 Wildlife Recovery Fund recipients to help wildlife and native flora recover from last summer’s devastating bushfires.