Natural resource management
Information systems, land, soil and vegetation management, weed management, Northern Territory plants and animals information.
Bushfire information and management
Bushfire alerts and warnings, Bushfires Act NT, fire management, mitigation and advisory groups, bushfire resources.
Petroleum guidance material, Onshore gas non-compliance hotline, Environment Management Plan.
Land clearing, weed management, land, soil and vegetation management, application permits, committees and advisory groups, guidelines and management plans, technical notes and factsheets.
Programs and strategies
Aboriginal Ranger Grants Program, Mapping the Future, Coastal and marine management strategy, management programs for Magpie Goose and Kakadu Plum and saltwater crocodile monitoring reports.
Consultation and publications
Consultations and publications including annual reports, policies, guidelines and legislation.
What we are doing
A backyard blitz is a great opportunity for rural landholders to keep fit and healthy while working up a hard earned thirst this long weekend.
As firebreaks must be installed by May 4th the Easter long weekend is a great time to prepare your property.
The Water Resources Division within the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is set to undertake groundwater sampling in Marlow Lagoon and Bellamack.
Bushfires NT today joined the Northern Territory Fire and Rescue Service at their Alice Springs headquarters to announce the commencement of the 2019 Central Australian Fire Danger Period, marking the official start of the fire season.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources today launched the 2019 Gamba Action Program (GAP) in Darwin and Katherine.
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has investigated 59,980ha in the Dunmarra area to assist the potential development of irrigated agriculture in the vicinity.
Groundbreaking research has found the Cobourg Peninsula strongly influences the movement and dispersal of saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) in the Top End