Following on from the hugely successful 2016 photo competition, NRM South and City of Hobart Bushcare are once again inviting our community of nature-loving photographers to capture an image that celebrates the different ways that we all care for our environment; whether you are a volunteer who regularly devotes “the
NRM South is pleased to offer a limited number of $750 subsidies to volunteers and farmers in Southern Tasmania to attend the 2016 National Landcare Conference ‘Collaborative Communities – Landcare in Action’, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, from 21st-23rd September. Applications for a subsidy close 24 July,
UTAS CARES seeks to connect staff and students from the University of Tasmania with a broad range of volunteer environmental care groups in Southern Tasmania, giving them the opportunity to engage with our unique Tasmanian environment, culture and community. The collaboration between the University of Tasmania, NRM South, Landcare Tasmania,
The Naturally Inspired Grants (NI Grants) offer landowners, groups and schools funding for projects that deliver positive environmental change in Southern Tasmania, aligned with National Landcare Programme priorities. These will be offered in 2 streams and funding from $2000-5000. Community Group stream Landowner/Sustainable Agriculture stream These include projects that: Increase engagement,
WHY SHOULD WE CELEBRATE VOLUNTEER CONTRIBUTION? Because everybody’s doing it. Amazingly 4 out of 5 Tasmanians in the last year (Volunteering Tasmania stats Feb 2014-2015) volunteered in some capacity. That’s a whopping 411000 people in Tasmania who did something to help someone else in the last year. Aren’t we awesome?