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Projects and Programs

Projects and programs in South Australia are undertaken by several agencies and stakeholders including, but not limited to:

Department for Environment and Water (DEW)

Landscape Boards 

Department for Energy and Mining


Citizen Science



Aboriginal peoples

Conservation Programs

Conservation, restoration and biodiversity programs are important for protecting our land. They involve protecting and restoring habitat, breeding programs for endangered and vulnerable species and education to help raise public awareness about the importance of preserving natural resources and biodiversity. 

Conservation programs are undertaken by a number of groups including, but not limited to:


  • Environmental accounting helps us understand environmental condition and how it relates to our economy. A dashboard is being developed by the Australian Government (DCCEEW and ABS) for the National Land Accounts that provides statistics to measure changes in land attributes over time, both from an economic and an environmental perspective.