Landscape boards commit to First Nations partnerships

By Sharon Hansen
Updated February 25 2022 - 3:47am, first published February 24 2022 - 1:11am
Historic: Signing the new agreement are Landscape Board representatives, by South Australias Landscape Board Chairs Di Davidson (Murraylands and Riverland back left), Ross Sawers (South Australian Arid Lands), Andrew Heinrich (Kangaroo Island), Chris Daniels (Green Adelaide), Mark Whitfield (Eyre Peninsula), Parry Agius (Alinytjara Wilurara front left), Caroline Schaefer (Northern and Yorke), David Greenhough (Hills and Fleurieu) and Penny Schulz (Limestone Coast). Photo: Supplied.

An important strategy to strengthen partnerships between the state's nine landscape boards and First Nations has been delivered.