Biosecurity, News, Stories

The looming crisis of dieback

A recent article has starkly illustrated the dangers to our environment posed by the plant disease known as Phytophthora. With impacts likened to the effects of bleaching across our coral reefs, Phytophthora cinnamomi is more active in warmer, wetter conditions and has the potential to wreak havoc with our natural


Environment, News, Stories

Celebrating Tasmania’s seafood

(L-R): Anna Wind (Cradle Coast NRM), Belinda Yaxley (Petuna Aquaculture) and Nepelle Crane (NRM South) at the Seafood Awards dinner. NRM South was proud to partner with NRM North and Cradle Coast NRM to sponsor the Environment Stewardship Award at the Tasmanian Seafood Awards on July 1 2017. Over the


Bruny Island Bird Festival

This is the our fourth year that this event has been held, celebrating Bruny’s beautiful birds, habitats and landscapes featuring a huge range of events for children and families, for experienced birdwatchers and novices alike. For more information, visit their website


Community wildlife and feral cat monitoring on Bruny Island

Be part an this exciting, island-wide monitoring to identify what animals live where, and what they are eating. The project will help to identify important wildlife habitat across the island and areas where feral cat control is needed. You can be involved as a citizen-scientist by attending the field day


News, Stories

First Farming and the Law Workshop

First Farming and the Law workshop a great success! A ‘Farming and the Law’ workshop was held for over 30 farmers in Grove on Saturday 10 Sept. This workshop, a collaboration with Huon Valley Council was the first of its kind in the Huon Valley. It delivered information on current


Green Army, News, Stories

Green Army graduates

Congratulations to the third and final NRM South and Landcare Tasmania collaborative regional Green Army team who graduated last Thursday 8 September, who were one of three teams through the Australian Government’s Green Army programme with Conservation Volunteers Australia. Although many of the participants 20 weeks on ground was over