Latest News & Updates

  • Pathways to Recovery: Revegetation monitoring at our Ramsar wetlands

    With the return of another spring season, staff from our Water team recently visited two of our saltmarsh restoration projects…

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  • From Agreement to Action: Building Back Biodiversity 

    MEDIA RELEASE Natural Resource Management South are working to build back biodiversity at two internationally important wetlands on Tasmania’s east…

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  • Sanctuary for Saltmarsh

    Moulting Lagoon, an internationally important wetland located on Tasmania’s east coast, is one of Tasmania’s most extensive areas of temperate…

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  • Revegetation and regeneration at Moulting Lagoon

    Moulting Lagoon is a wetland of international importance located on Tasmania’s east coast. The lagoon provides critical habitat for waterbirds…

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  • Boosting habitat values at Moulting Lagoon

    Twenty hectares of revegetation work has been undertaken at two private properties adjacent to the internationally significant Moulting Lagoon on…

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  • Fencing to support saltmarsh recovery

    Located between Swansea and Coles Bay, Moulting Lagoon is one of the most complex and extensive wetland systems in Tasmania….

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  • Who should you call? Gorse-busters!

    Gorse is a habitat-altering weed that causes serious issues for agricultural landscapes and in sensitive natural environments across large swathes…

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  • MEDIA RELEASE – Local knowledge key to restoring internationally significant Tasmanian wetlands

    Over 8000 resident black swans know just how important Moulting Lagoon and the Apsley Marshes are to birds and other…

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  • Supporting saltmarsh recovery on Tasmania’s east coast

    At Apsley Marshes/Moulting Lagoon, an iconic wetland complex on Tasmania’s east coast, NRM South is supporting research into how saltmarshes…

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  • Image credit: Nature Glenelg Trust

    MEDIA RELEASE: Drawing on local knowledge to restore internationally significant Tasmanian wetlands

    Looking into the past is providing clues for future management of important wetlands in Tasmania’s south east. A four-year Australian…

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  • World Wetlands Day – celebrating 50 years

    February 2 is World Wetlands Day, and this year marks 50 years since the signing of the Ramsar Convention of…

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  • Project sign-off for Moulting Lagoon and Apsley Marshes

    NRM South is excited to announce the approval of our most recent project funded under the Regional Landcare Partnerships program:…

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