Agriculture, Farmers and landholders, Stories

TFGA Future Leaders program

The Tasmanian Farmers and Grazier’s Association (TFGA) has launched an exciting new training initiative for Tasmania’s primary industries; Future Industry Leaders – growing people. The Future Industry Leaders Program has been developed to build the people management and communication capability within Tasmania’s agricultural, forestry and seafood sectors. This is a

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Agriculture, Farmers and landholders, Sorell/Tasman, Stories

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

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Biosecurity, Farmers and landholders, Stories

Biosecurity resources for farmers – new videos online

NRM South and the Biosecurity Network are excited to announce the completion of a new range of biosecurity “Arrive Clean, Leave Clean” video resources on vehicle and heavy machinery clean down. Thanks to our partners from the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service, Tasmanian Farmers & Graziers Association, Department of State

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Agriculture, Farmers and landholders, Stories

Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme

Information Workshop for the ALRS: Nominations for the Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme close on 31 March. If you'd like to find out more about this funding opportunity, you might like to attend the following information workshop which will cover: what the funding can be used for the application process how

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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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Biosecurity, Community groups, Stories

Pacific Oyster Mortality Syndrome (POMS) Update

The POMS virus was first detected in Tasmania when it caused a high level of mortalities at an oyster lease in late January 2016, however tests on stored frozen oysters indicated that the virus has been present in the State since at least mid-December 2015. Since the detection, Biosecurity Tasmania

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