Pockets of small landholdings used for hobby farms and grazing are most susceptible to urban infill and industrial development, leaving larger horticultural and dryland farms for […]
Flinders University is part of a newly-formed cooperative that will work together to tackle climate change and other social, environmental and economic pressures affecting the sustainability of South Australia’s Yorke and Mid North region.
New Strategic Professor of Hydrogeology, Okke Batelaan will draw on the extensive knowledge of his colleagues in the School of the Environment to continue and initiate novel research.
A School of the Environment research project will identify, assess and value the Onkaparinga’s natural assets.
Where does McLaren Vale begin and the Willunga Basin end? The answer is not as obvious as you might think.