Fencing to support saltmarsh recovery

Located between Swansea and Coles Bay, Moulting Lagoon is one of the most complex and extensive wetland systems in Tasmania. In 1982, Moulting Lagoon was listed as a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It was recognised because its many rare and significant plants and animals,

Artificial reef construction in southern Tasmania takes a big step forward

EPA Tasmania have now approved permits for constructing two artificial reefs for native oyster reef restoration at Dixons Beach and Helliwells Point in the Derwent Estuary and D’Entrecasteaux Channel, as part of our Reef Builder project. Going through approvals processes and gaining the correct permits makes up some of the

MEDIA RELEASE: A new natural resource management vision for Tasmania

Tasmania’s three natural resource management organisations, NRM South, NRM North and Cradle Coast Authority have released their new regional strategies through to 2030. Developed collaboratively across regions, the strategies adopt a consistent, scalable, whole-of-state NRM framework that the NRM organisations will use to prioritise their investment. Produced in consultation with

MEDIA RELEASE: True blue – restoring temperate saltmarsh for carbon capture

NRM South, the natural resource management organisation for southern Tasmania, is celebrating the expansion of its water program thanks to a significant funding boost from the Australian Government’s Blue Carbon Ecosystem Restoration Grants. NRM South is one of only five recipient organisations across Australia to share in the $9.5 million

Weed control workshop to protect a threatened community

Earlier this winter, our Senior Project Officer Sophie Golding organied a weed control workshop, facilitated by Axel Meiss, with landholders at a private property in the Huon Valley. The property is also home to a stand of what is formally known as ‘Tasmanian forest and woodlands dominated by Black Gum

Performance update – June 2022