e-news, News, Stories

February 2017 e-news

The last month has seen a great range of outdoor events taking advantage of the warm summer days – including the start of this year’s round of property management planning workshops in the Huon Valley and the launch of a new round for the Tasman region. Read on to find

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Farmers and landholders, News

Landholder survey

Are you a landholder* who participates in conservation and stewardship programs such as Land for Wildlife, Gardens for Wildlife, Conservation Covenants and NRM restoration or revegetation programs on your property? Professor Mai Yasue from Quest University Canada along with researchers at UTas are inviting landholders who engage in these types

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e-news, News, Stories

January 2017 e-news

Welcome to 2017! We hope this summer is turning out to be an enjoyable and productive one for you all, even if it was a little late in getting off the ground this season…We still have several weeks of sunshine and long days to look forward to, so read on

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News, Projects, Stories

NRM South – Celebrating Partnerships

Partnerships are crucial to the successful outcome of NRM projects. Whether working with community groups to help restore a section of coast, relying on the outcomes of studies from dedicated researchers to inform our project planning, or simply sharing knowledge and resources from other organisations that have a stake in

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News, Stories, Uncategorized

A new chair for NRM South

NRM South is pleased to announce the appointment of the new Chair of the NRM South Board, Andrew Scanlon.  Mr Scanlon is keen to see the development of NRM South and will bring a range of knowledge and skills to the governance of the Board. Andrew Scanlon is Principal Consultant,

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e-news, News, Stories

December 2016 e-news

Well, that’s a wrap for 2016 – a tumultuous year of many highs and lows both in Tasmania and around the world! We’ll be back and reporting on all the NRM happenings from around our region in the new year, but until then  – on behalf of all the staff

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