Community groups, Stories

Wonderful Wetlands Weekend – Feb 2019

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Community groups, News

Cleaning the Bruny Coast

Earlier in August, a Marine Debris Clean-up at Alonnah brought together over 100 volunteers from the community and industry. Together they removed over 10 cubic metres of trash and 160kg of rope from the spectacular Bruny Island coastline. D’Entrecasteaux and Huon Collaboration partners Kingborough Council, Huon Aquaculture, Tassal, NRM South,

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Community groups, Featured, News

Community Clean Up at Charlottes Cove

This year's marine debris clean up at Charlottes Cove in the Huon Valley brought together over 50 volunteers from the community who braved the cold and windy conditions to help remove over 5m3 of trash from our southern beaches. Members of community groups and organisations such as Friends of Randall’s

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Community groups, Stories

Shorebird Education Kit

Last year, the South East Regional Shorebirds Alliance, led by NRM South, ran a Crowd Funding Campaign – Tassie Shorebirds Rescue. Some of the money raised has been used to develop an Education Kit for Beach-nesting Birds, which is now available free to download. The kit provides details of twelve awareness

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Aboriginal, Community groups, Stories

From Highland Cider gums to Recherche Bay waves

NRM South recently supported an Aboriginal engagement program hosted by Jason Whitehead from Highland Conservation Pty Ltd at Cockatoo Hills and the Leprena Trust, Recherche Bay.  This pilot program aimed at exploring the opportunities for further aboriginal community engagement.  Participants at Cockatoo Hills included students from Rosny College, in collaboration Cathy

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Community groups, Farmers and landholders, Stories

Saving Morrisbyi’s Gum – update

Last year, NRM South was successful in an application to the Australian Government’s Threatened Species Recovery Fund for a collaborative project aimed at protecting Tasmania’s endemic, and endangered, Morrisby’s gum (Eucalyptus morrisbyi). The last 6 months has seen loads of activity and an encouraging regeneration response to the fencing works

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