Stories, Uncategorized

Join our Bruny Marine Debris Clean-up, 25th May 2019

Plastic in our ocean increases by 8 million tonnes each year! This durable debris has the potential to entangle, or be ingested by fish, mammals and birds and leach toxic compounds into the ecosystem. Let’s do something about it! Over the last three years, our marine debris clean-ups have removed

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Renewing a collaborative effort

The D’Entrecasteaux and Huon waterways are shared-use waterways that host more Tasmanian recreational fishers and boaters than any other in Tasmania, and with thriving commercial operators and growing residential development it is critical that the area’s natural values are managed effectively. In December 2015, an innovative partnership agreement was signed

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Community groups, Stories, Uncategorized

Wanted – volunteers to attend Coast to Coast conference!

NRM South is pleased to offer sponsorship for volunteers in Southern Tasmania to attend the Coast to Coast Conference, being held in Hobart from 16-20 April, 2018.  Eight sponsorships are available, which includes full community registration to the conference. The sponsorships are available to any active member of any environmental

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e-news, News, Uncategorized

October 2017 e-news

With the warming weather, it’s time to head outdoors once again and welcome a new growing season. Check out the latest NRM news from around Southern Tasmania in our October edition.

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NRM South 2017 AGM

On Thursday the 28th of September, NRM South will be holding their AGM at The Salamanca Inn in Hobart. This meeting is open to anyone interested in natural resource management in Tasmania. Please RSVP if you would like to attend and refer to the attachment below for a copy of

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Marine debris month in southern Tasmania

Over the month of May, the Huon and Channel communities came together to clean up beaches and foreshore areas in their regions.Clean-up sites included Dover, Alonnah to Simpsons Point on Bruny Island, Garden Island, and Randalls Bay to Nine Pin Point in the Huon Estuary. More than 36 m3 of marine

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