Environment, Media releases, News, Stories

Discovery part of a great day out at Mt Field this Summer

While many of us have had to head back to the office the first week of January, it doesn’t mean our Summer is over – far from it. January is a time when the weather stays warm and there are ample weekends of warm weather to head down to the


e-news, News

Christmas 2014 enews

Welcome to the Christmas 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! Check out the online version    GET INFORMED Seasons Greetings NRM South wishes everyone a safe, sustainable and spirited holiday season.


Agriculture, Farmers and landholders, Media releases, News, Stories

Improving soil health and productivity on challenging sandy soils

This information was released in conjunction with Derwent Catchment NRM A unique approach to soil management is being undertaken in the Derwent Valley and farmer Jim Alright is hoping it will reap some surprising returns for him and son Nick. Jim Allwright and his family own and run Jones River farm


Community groups, Environment, Media releases, News, Stories

This Summer, get to the beach but watch where you step

A partnership formed between Tasmanian seafood company Tassal and the Southern Coastcare Association of Tasmania (SCAT) is focusing on how protecting our coasts can also safeguard our seafood industry. Today (during Coastcare Week) David Forrest, the National Business Manager of Tassal Salmon Shops, presented the Southern Coastcare Association of Tasmania


Community groups, News, Stories

Updates – NRM Strategy for Southern Tas

UPDATE JANUARY 2015 In recent months NRM South has been seeking consultation from the NRM community towards the development of the Natural Resource Management Strategy for Southern Tasmania 2015-20. This is your strategy, and will guide investment in your region, so it is important that you provide your input if


News, Stories

Kids sustainability conference

KIDS 4 KIDS is an annual forum to celebrate and promote sustainable practices in schools. This year’s conference was attended by 470 students from 11 different primary and secondary schools from around Hobart. The forum was skillfully hosted by Tassie’s National Junior Landcare winners – Lansdowne Crescent’s Land 2 Sea Team,