Department of Environment and Natural Resources, South Australia

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is responsible for South Australia's nature conservation, heritage conservation and animal welfare. It collects and provide information and knowledge about the state's environment. It manages the state's public land including national parks, marine parks, botanic gardens and the coastline. It also advises on environmental policy.
One of the department's core functions is the coordination of fire management activities across the state's public land,including implementation of a prescribed burning program in partnership with the CFS, SA Water and Forestry SA

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