Farmers and landholders, Media releases

Funding to clear flood damaged rivers

The Tasmanian Government is providing up to $200,000 to clear rivers and repair riverbanks damaged by floods last month. The record breaking rainfall had a devastating impact on many Tasmanian communities, infrastructure and industries. The Tasmanian and Federal Government announced immediate assistance, but there is still a long road ahead

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Aboriginal, Community groups, Media releases

Culturally Inspired grant projects announced

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In acknowledgement of NAIDOC Week celebrations, NRM South, Southern Tasmania’s natural resource management organisation, is excited to announce the recipients of our Culturally Inspired grants round. These grants were recently rolled out thanks to the efforts of NRM South’s Aboriginal NRM Support Coordinator, for Aboriginal people and organisations to undertake

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Community groups, Media releases

Media Release: Launch of the Saltmarsh App

Turning the Tide on Saltmarsh Loss – Because it Matters A new tool will allow anyone to help protect one of Tasmania’s most important and vulnerable ecosystems. The Saltmarsh Matters app lets members of the public record information on saltmarsh condition, birdlife and human impacts. NRM South have worked with

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Media releases

Naturally Inspired Grants recipients announced!

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NRM South, Southern Tasmania’s natural resource management organisation, today announced the recipients of $110,000 in funding within the region as part of the organisation’s annual Naturally Inspired Grants initiative – funded through the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme (NLP). Naturally Inspired Grants offer community groups, not-for-profit organisations, schools and individual

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Community groups, Media releases, News

Bruny Island Beach Clean Up

Collaborating to clean up the channel Fifty-six volunteers undertook a major coastal clean-up at Alonnah on Bruny Island on Saturday the 2nd of April, 2016. Local residents from Bruny and the Channel areas, Sustainable Living in Kingborough, Conservation Volunteers Australia and the Bruny Island Boat Club joined forces with staff

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Media releases, News

D’Entrecasteaux and Huon Report Card

The first ever report card on one of Tasmania’s most loved and used waterways, the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and Huon Estuary waterway, will be released on 2nd March 2016. This report card will focus on water quality and sediment health, pollution types and sources, swimming and seafood safety, coastal and marine

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