NRM South, southern Tasmania’s leading natural resource management organisation, is celebrating a significant milestone this year, marking two decades of contributions to the protection, sustainable management and improvement of southern Tasmania’s natural assets. In conjunction with this anniversary celebration, NRM South is thrilled to unveil their new and improved website, designed to enhance user experience while continuing to serve as a valuable repository of free and useful resources for the sector.
Since its establishment in 2003, NRM South – thanks to funding by the Australian Government – has provided expert advice and support to hundreds of activities aimed at improving southern Tasmania’s land, water and biodiversity assets. From improving biosecurity in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, to support improved seafood industry practices, saltmarsh restoration efforts and working on projects to protect rare and threatened species, NRM South has delivered significant and positive contributions to the region over the past two decades.
With the launch of the new website, NRM South aims to further strengthen its commitment to excellence and effectively meet the evolving needs of its diverse audience. The redesigned website offers a modern and intuitive interface, making it easier for visitors to navigate and access the wealth of information and resources available.
‘We are tremendously proud to celebrate our 20th anniversary and the launch of our new website,’ said Nepelle Crane, CEO for NRM South. ‘This milestone represents a remarkable journey of growth, collaboration, and success. Our new website reflects our commitment to innovation and our unwavering dedication to providing valuable resources to our stakeholders. We are confident that the new platform will serve as a valuable hub for information, knowledge sharing, and networking within our sector.’
Over the coming year, as part of their 20-year anniversary, NRM South will be revisiting some of their past projects through a series of online stories and updates. To explore the new website and learn more about NRM South’s past and current projects, please visit www.nrmsouth.org.au