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


Community groups, Farmers and landholders, Stories

Community subsidies – apply now!

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NRM South is pleased to offer a limited number of $750 subsidies to volunteers and farmers in Southern Tasmania to attend the 2016 National Landcare Conference ‘Collaborative Communities – Landcare in Action’, held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, from 21st-23rd September. Applications for a subsidy close 24 July,


Media releases, News

Landcare and regional NRM’s working together- Tasmania leads the way.

Landcare Tasmania and the state’s three regional NRM organisations are for the first time collaborating efforts by signing a shared Statement of Common Purpose in October 2015. NRM North, NRM South, Cradle Coast NRM and Landcare Tasmania demonstrated their commitment by signing this formal agreement as a special event at


Media releases, News, Stories

Green Army Team Make a Difference

Green Army participants are applauded for their dedication and commitment to community based action through the project “Working in Southern Tasmania to protect and conserve species and places”. The project is a collaboration between NRM South and Landcare Tasmania, with regional delivery support through the Australian Government’s Green Army and


Agriculture, Community groups, Environment, Farmers and landholders, Media releases, National Landcare Programme, News, Stories

Green Army collaboration much more than a pair of hands

NRM South, Landcare Tasmania and Conservations Volunteers Australia (Tasmania) are pleased to introduce the new Green Army Team who will be supporting environmental action in Southern Tasmania. The Green Army is an Australian Government programme that aims to bring a hands-on, practical environmental approach to support local environment and heritage


Agriculture, Community groups, Environment, Farmers and landholders, National Landcare Programme, News, Stories

Biosecurity keeping Tassie safe at Agfest

Agfest is just around the corner (7-9 May) and with the focus on agriculture, NRM South is reminding landholders and visitors to the state of the importance of simple biosecurity measures such as cleaning footware, vehicles and gear. At Agfest, NRM South in conjunction with Landcare Tasmania, Biosecurity Tasmania/DPIPWE and