Participants in this slideshow examine the importance of caring for their local environment and their understanding of issues around natural resource management.
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Revegetation, Richard (Goolwa)
Picture of a revegetation project site
Five years of revegetation on Tarni Warra
Tarni Warra is a small wetland and sand dune property on the estuary the owners have been revegetating since 1998. It is now covenanted and the only private sanctuary on the island. Adjacent is an Alexandrina Council reserve which is being revegetated by the Murray Mouth Estuary Restoration (MMER) Project. It is also the location for two seed orchards, and a Bush for Life site.
90 mile beach, Grant (Goolwa)
Picture of surf on beach
A beautiful country - impacts compounding, Grant (Goolwa)
Picture of Coorong vegetation
Once again there is not enough water, and the Coorong is at the mercy of human intervention. When will we get it balanced back to its natural state as a living body?
Shifting sands across time, Grant (Goolwa)
42 Mile Crossing
Muntries ripe and ready to collect, Grant (Goolwa)
A raging torrent it once was, Grant (Goolwa)
Picture of Salt Creek