Farmers and landholders, News, Stories

Insect Attraction – Bringing in Beneficial Bugs

While many gardeners and producers spend a lot of time trying to get rid of the army of endless bug invaders intent on helping themselves to tasty crops, fighting fire with fire can prove to be a helpful approach! Beneficial insects, such as hoverflies, ladybirds, spiders and lacewings, can help

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News, Stories

Big changes for Little Penguins

How to manage Little Penguin populations in the face of increasing tourism, urbanisation and threats to our coasts from a changing climate? These were some of the questions addressed at a workshop held as part of Australia’s 14th biennial coastal management conference in Hobart this week. Attendees from government, industry,

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e-news, News, Stories

March 2018 e-news

A change of season brings some changes to report at NRM South. Keep up to date with all the latest NRM happenings from around southern Tasmania in our March newsletter.

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Glamorgan Spring Bay, News, Stories

Protecting a sanctuary

Sun, sand, sea, beach cricket, bicycles, beach walkers, curious dogs, horseback riders, roaming cats, litter, increasing beach users and diminishing resources…it’s fair to say that managing shorebird habitat hasn’t got any easier over the years! However, despite the mounting challenges, the NRM staff at Glamorgan Spring Bay Council have a

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e-news, News, Stories

February 2018 e-news

With nighttime temperatures creeping downward it feels like autumn is well underway in Southern Tasmania. Soak up a little more of that late summer energy in the February edition of our monthly newsletter.

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Farmers and landholders, News, Ntl Landcare Programme, Stories

Small Farm Planning in Southern Tasmania

"Doing this course was the best single thing we’ve done in the development of our property" - Small Farm Planning program participant In the five years that NRM South has been running an annual Small Farm Planning program, we have provided advice and training to 137 participants on 82 properties

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