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Get involved in a Limestone Coast Landscape Board project today

Follow our projects, join our conversations and events and help shape our Limestone Coast landscape.

Walking the Seasons for the community

Walking the Seasons is a program inspired by the region's First Nations seasonal calendar. Community members are invited to connect with nature and spend time observing and identifying species in their local landscape.

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Feral Deer Eradication Program

The Limestone Coast Feral Deer Eradication program uses aerial and ground shooting, monitoring and compliance to eradicate feral deer.

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Limestone Coast Grassroots Grants

Funding for almost everyone. We provide annual funding for local, on-ground and practical activities. Grants focus on community, sustainability and environmental benefits.

The Limestone Coast Grassroots Grants are currently closed to applications. It opens March each year.

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Lower Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan

We’re amending the Lower Limestone Coast Water Allocation Plan.

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African Lovegrass Control Program

The Department of Primary Industries and Regions in partnership with the Limestone Coast Landscape Board are supporting landholders in the upper Limestone Coast to control African lovegrass infestations on their property.

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Save our springs

The karst springs and alkaline fens restoration project is now underway. The project will restore a critically endangered wetland and contribute to our water security goals. Find out how we’re Saving Our Springs.

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Padthaway Water Allocation Plan

We’re finalising the revised Padthaway Water Allocation Plan.

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Conservation Grants

We support local landholders with their biodiversity efforts through our annual grant. Funding can assist with activities on property such as shelterbelts, revegetation and more.

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