Latest News & Updates

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    The road ahead – what’s in store for 2024

    The new year has started with a hive of activity at NRM South as we work on delivering a suite…

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  • Farming Forecaster extends reach to King Island and northwest Tasmania 

    Producers on King Island and across parts of northwest Tasmania can now access data on growing conditions for their region. …

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    A Successful Tender

    Following a tender process earlier this year, we are pleased to announce that we have been successful in our funding…

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    Managing for Carbon, Biodiversity and Native Bees

    In late November, Dr Yolanda Hanusch from our Land team spoke at Landcare Tasmania’s ‘Navigating Carbon and Biodiversity Markets’ event…

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  • New Swan Galaxias Settle Into New Habitat, Signalling Promising Population Growth

    Six months ago, through a project to help boost the survival of endangered Swan galaxias in Tasmania, NRM South worked…

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    Celebrating an important Giant Kelp restoration milestone

    Following a recent announcement by The Nature Conservancy Australia (TNC), we are thrilled to share the news that the Tasmanian…

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  • 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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  • Tasmania’s Natural Resource Management Sector: A 20-Year Celebration

    MEDIA RELEASE This year marks the 20th anniversary for the state’s three natural resource management organisations. Since 2003, Tasmania’s Natural…

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  • Celebrating 20 years of operations at our 2023 AGM

    This week, NRM South celebrated our 20th year anniversary as part of our Annual General Meeting. We were thrilled to…

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    Cats Under Control on Bruny Island: Celebrating a Successful 5-Year Project

    NRM South’s five-year project to control cats on Bruny Island wrapped up at the end of June 2023. We’d like…

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  • June 2023 Performance Update

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  • Unlocking the Power of Soil: Soil Extension Project Cultivates Sustainable Land Management in Southern Tasmania  

    The Tasmanian NRM’s Soil Extension Project has achieved remarkable success in raising awareness about soil health and promoting sustainable land…

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  • NRM South Celebrates 20 Years of Success with Launch of New Website

    MEDIA RELEASE NRM South, southern Tasmania’s leading natural resource management organisation, is celebrating a significant milestone this year, marking two…

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