Aboriginal, News, Ntl Landcare Programme, Stories

Getting fired up in Cape York

In July 2017, NRM South supported Cathy Ransom, Ben Sculthorpe (weetapoona Aboriginal Corporation directors), John Easton, Craig Blake, Jayke Binns (pakana services) and Kris Schaffer (Bushfoods director) to attend a national fire workshop in Cape York. Essential to successful environmental management is understanding how fire can be both a destructive

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Agriculture, Farmers and landholders, News, Research, Stories

Signing on for collaboration

In a few short weeks, a delegation from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences will be heading to Tasmania to sign a formal Memorandum of Understanding with NRM South and the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture at the University of Tasmania. Have a listen to this short interview with NRM South

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Community groups, Farmers and landholders, News, Ntl Landcare Programme

Have your say in the NLP Regional Land Partnerships Survey

The Australian Government is consulting on the introduction of the next cycle of funding for the National Landcare Program, Phase 2. While maintaining the regional scale model, this new method of tenders and grants will likely mean significant changes for NRM in southern Tasmania, both for environmental and agricultural priorities

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e-news, News, Uncategorized

October 2017 e-news

With the warming weather, it’s time to head outdoors once again and welcome a new growing season. Check out the latest NRM news from around Southern Tasmania in our October edition.

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News

NRM South’s 2016-17 Annual Report

NRM South’s 2016-17 Annual Report is hot off the presses and now online. Click here to download a copy and catch up on all the highlights in natural resource management across Southern Tasmania for the past year.

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Agriculture, Community groups, Farmers and landholders, News, Ntl Landcare Programme

Fat Pig Farm garden gets a break

Thanks to the help of a Naturally Inspired funding grant from NRM South, and a group of volunteers from the Huon Valley Roamers and Franklin Landcare groups, Fat Pig Farm now has a new and improved windbreak! Many of you may be familiar with the Gourmet Farmer TV series that

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