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Small Farm Planning Workshops 2017

Property Management Planning (PMP) is a process for developing and documenting the visions and goals for a property, with a focus on natural resources. Small farms have different needs to larger properties and this program has been designed specifically for small properties typically ranging in size from 5 – 100

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Community groups, e-news, News, Stories

National Volunteer Week 2017

The 8-14 of May is National Volunteer Week – an annual celebration to acknowledge the generous contribution of our nation’s volunteers. Volunteers make a huge difference to our community and we all benefit from the often unacknowledged and tireless work they do. As part of Volunteer Week celebrations, NRM South,

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e-news, News, Stories

March 2017 e-news

With the colder weather already making its presence felt, it’s time to change clocks, clothes and crops! But we’re not going into hibernation just yet – there’s still lots of NRM events happening around southern Tasmania  – click here for our latest newsletter

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News, Research, Stories

2017 AMSN Conference

From 21-24 March, CSIRO and UTas hosted the third Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference - an event first for Tasmania that brought together researchers, industry and community leaders, volunteers and NRM professionals to discuss the latest science and management for saltmarsh and mangrove ecosystems. NRM south were proud to be

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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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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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