NRM South facilitates various strategies and plans relevant to the region and shares these with key stakeholders.
The NRM Strategy for Southern Tasmania is the guiding framework for all NRM Activity and investment in the southern region. This strategy is regularly updated and the 2015-2020 strategy is now available, see here for more information.
Tasmanian Frog Conservation Report (2014) Findings of work undertaken during the 2014 frog monitoring season, providing useful information about frog populations in south west Tasmania.
– Miena Cider Gum
Miena Cider Gum Action Plan (2014) The Miena Cider Gum Action Plan includes recommendations for managing key sites, ex-situ seed conservation, and information and extension support.
Southern Tasmanian weeds strategy 2011-16 This document consolidates weed management activities in the region, identifies emerging issues and sets clear achievable outcomes. It provides a framework for improving weed management decision making and on-ground outcomes across the region and for developing effective partnerships to ensure a coordinated approach.
D’Entrecasteaux Channel/Huon Estuary
The Derwent Catchment Review (2011) project builds on earlier reviews of water quality issues in parts of the Derwent catchment.
Derwent Catchment Review Part 2 – Methodology & Data Analysis (Part 2 of the review has been updated – 6 March 2012)
Little Swanport catchment management plan 2010-15 A review of the original Little Swanport Catchment Plan launched in 2003, providing an overview of the catchment, highlights risks, provides advice and presents a framework for coordinated action.
Pitt Water-Orielton Lagoon
Pitt Water-Orielton Lagoon foreshore action plan 2011 An informal plan providing information for interested parties to identify priority areas and develop actions for maintaining or improving the health of the wetland.
PWOL – Report to the Community: This Report to the Community seeks to highlight the values and condition of the estuary, improvement works being undertaken and further actions required.
Moulting Lagoon – Report to the Community 2014 This report to the community describes the importance of Moulting Lagoon, what is being done and what needs to be done to ensure that it remains one of our state’s greatest and most beautiful natural assets.
Southern Tasmanian Saltmarshes
These reports provide an introduction to coastal saltmarshes in southern Tasmania, an outline of the methods used for mapping current extent of coastal saltmarshes and future prints under sea level rise conditions.