Developing a strategy that brings together stakeholders and the community to make a practical plan to protect and enhance Adelaide's mature trees, green open spaces and urban biodiversity.
A rewilding project to enhance the habitat and raise public awareness of metropolitan Adelaide’s majestic birds of prey.
A re-wilding program to look after and boost the numbers of threatened butterflies across metro SA.
A bold re-wilding project to bring platypus back to the River Torrens is being investigated to reintroduce this iconic threatened species to mainland South Australia.
South Australia is making an historic push to have Adelaide become the world’s next National Park City.
Breakout Creek along the River Torrens / Karrawirra Pari is being steadily transformed from an artificial channel into a more natural flowing and healthy creek.
South Australia's first Nature Prescription Trial was delivered in 2021. Read about our findings.
The River Torrens Recovery Project commenced in 2014, targeting priority sites to improve water quality and ecosystem function in the river and the coastal waters where it enters the sea.
The Torrens Lake suffers from frequent and repeated blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) blooms.