Weed Planning Workshop – Tasman

PLANNING FOR WEED MANAGEMENT ON YOUR PROPERTY (with a focus on Spanish heath) Wednesday 26 April: 5 –7pm Taranna Community Centre, Amy Street—Taranna Workshop content What is Spanish heath and what other weeds should you look out for? Overview of landowner responsibilities Overview of Tasman Councils spot spraying program and

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Organic weed management workshop – Huon Valley

Join NRM South and Huon Valley Council’s NRM Unit for an informative one-day workshop on organic weed management! Learn more about managing weeds using an organic approach. We will have presentations on the step-by-step process for prioritising your weed management and developing a written plan, as well as practical demonstrations

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Community groups, Farmers and landholders, Media releases, News, Stories

New Guide to help farmers maintain healthy waterways

Following from last week’s World Water Week, EDO Tasmania, in state-wide partnership with Tasmania’s regional NRM bodies, released a Working Near Waterways guide. This new resource will help farmers, land managers and Landcare groups to navigate the complex laws around working near waterways. Working Near Waterways details the legal obligations

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Invasive Species Forum

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Woody Weed Management Workshop

Do you have woody weeds on your property such as Gorse, Spanish heath and Broom?   Would you like to know more about how to manage these weeds effectively and learn some useful strategies for their long-term weed control?    NRM South in partnership with Huon Valley Council is running

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Stories

Next stop , Pitt Water-Orielton Lagoon

It’s a major stopover for tourists travelling the East Asian- Australasian flyway but unless you’re one of them, such as the Eastern Curlew, Bar-tailed Godwit or Red-necked Stint, you may not have heard of it. These feathered tourists fly up to 25,000 kilometres every year from the northern hemisphere to

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