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2017 PMP workshops – Tasman region

Property management planning for small landholders in the Tasman Catchment region

A new ‘Small Farm Planning Program’ is coming to the Tasman region over March – May 2017. This series of workshops costs $120 for an individual or $165 for two individuals per property. This is the first time that this program has been offered outside of the Huon and Channel regions so don’t delay in submitting the relevant forms (attached below) if you’re interested in participating.

Property Management Planning (PMP) is a process for developing and documenting your visions and goals for your property, recording natural resources and planning the management of your property with a focus on those natural resources. The program will comprise of three practical workshops held at participant properties.

These workshops will cover topics such as; identifying the decision makers and existing resources, understanding the natural assets, built assets and regulatory frameworks, mapping and sector analysis, pasture and grazing management, nutrient cycling, weed ID and management, biodiversity management, vegetation management and browsing animal management.  The program will accommodate 10- 15 properties, and will provide opportunities for networking with other landowners from the Tasman Catchment area.

All participants must complete an Expression of Interest form (see below).  Please refer to the Small Farm Planning Program 2017 program guidelines to help you in completing your application.

Submit your Expression of Interest either via the online link here, or download the attached form and email to Jennifer.milne@tasman.tas.gov.au

– Applications close 5pm, 14 March 2017 – 

For more information please contact Tasman NRM Facilitator Jennifer Milne on 03 6250 9205 or 0481 393 175, or by email Jennifer.milne@tasman.tas.gov.au

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