Norske Skog Boyer and NRM South met on the 19 December 2018 to discuss how they can team up to support sustainable forestry practices in southern Tasmania. Norske Skog Boyer have a commitment to reducing environmental impacts through sustainable practices, including the restoration of old forestry sites. Norske Skog Boyer
Handfish walk with their “hands” rather than swim. They belong to a group of coastal anglerfish with a narrow distribution in southeastern Australia. There are 14 species with seven endemic to Tasmania and Bass Strait. Handfishes don’t have a planktonic stage, they lay eggs, and have parental care of eggs.
NRM South’s AGM will be held on October 4 from 5:30pm at the Sustainability Learning Centre. We’d love to see you there – please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1. To download a copy of the agenda and AGM papers, click here