Watching a pair of shorebirds wheeling above as you walk along a windswept beach is a familiar and comforting experience. But what if you returned the next day to find them gone, as if they’d disappeared in the blink of an eye? It’s a concern that’s driving efforts to get
One of the first things to strike you about St Pius X Catholic Church in Taroona is its surroundings. Set in coastal bushland, parishioners must find it difficult to keep their eyes on the pulpit when the church offers beautiful views of surrounding eucalypt trees and the broad River Derwent.
Welcome to the September 2014 edition of NRM Snapshot, a monthly ebulletin of what’s happening in Tasmania’s land, water, coastal and marine environments. Get informed! Get involved! Get funded! GET INFORMED Bruny gets a make-over NRM South, partners and landholders have just completed the two- year revegetation and restoration works with
Over the past year, NRM South has worked together with many organisations and individuals to improve natural resource management in Southern Tasmania. Nominations are now open for both the Community Achievement Awards, and the Pride of Australia Medal – both excellent opportunities to recognise amazing work done by individuals and
Forty-spotted pardalote Chris Tzaros NRM South is pleased to announce 16 successful projects funded by the annual Naturally Inspired Grants program. The latest round supports 15 groups with $72,500 towards projects across Kingborough, Huon, Clarence, Tasman, Sorell, Hobart and Derwent Valley regions. The Naturally Inspired Grants fund projects that meet