News, Projects

NRM South – Celebrating Partnerships

Partnerships are crucial to the successful outcome of NRM projects. Whether working with community groups to help restore a section of coast, relying on the outcomes of studies from dedicated researchers to inform our project planning, or simply sharing knowledge and resources from other organisations that have a stake in

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News

A new chair for NRM South

NRM South is pleased to announce the appointment of the new Chair of the NRM South Board, Andrew Scanlon.  Mr Scanlon is keen to see the development of NRM South and will bring a range of knowledge and skills to the governance of the Board. Andrew Scanlon is Principal Consultant,

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News

First Farming and the Law Workshop

First Farming and the Law workshop a great success! A ‘Farming and the Law’ workshop was held for over 30 farmers in Grove on Saturday 10 Sept. This workshop, a collaboration with Huon Valley Council was the first of its kind in the Huon Valley. It delivered information on current

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Green Army graduates

Congratulations to the third and final NRM South and Landcare Tasmania collaborative regional Green Army team who graduated last Thursday 8 September, who were one of three teams through the Australian Government’s Green Army programme with Conservation Volunteers Australia. Although many of the participants 20 weeks on ground was over

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Community groups, Farmers and landholders, Media releases, News

New Guide to help farmers maintain healthy waterways

Following from last week’s World Water Week, EDO Tasmania, in state-wide partnership with Tasmania’s regional NRM bodies, released a Working Near Waterways guide. This new resource will help farmers, land managers and Landcare groups to navigate the complex laws around working near waterways. Working Near Waterways details the legal obligations

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Community groups, News

A Day on the Marsh – a magnificent day out!

On Sunday 28 August, Southern Beaches Landcare Coastcare held their inaugural festival, 'A Day on the Marsh' and it was a roaring success. Around 500 people attended throughout the day, enjoying the science, art, walks and talks, display stalls, kids activities, volleyball, music and food. The festival was supported by

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