Agriculture, Farmers and landholders, Sorell/Tasman, Stories

2017 PMP workshops – Tasman region

Property management planning for small landholders in the Tasman Catchment region A new ‘Small Farm Planning Program’ is coming to the Tasman region over March – May 2017. This series of workshops costs $120 for an individual or $165 for two individuals per property. This is the first time that


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


Grants, Media releases, Stories

Naturally Inspired Grants – now open!

Naturally Inspired Grants – now open! NRM South is pleased to announce the launch of its 2016 Naturally Inspired Grants round, providing funding to support projects that deliver positive environmental change and sustainable farming initiatives across Southern Tasmania. The grants are open to community groups, farmer groups, not-for-profit organisations, schools


Farmers and landholders, Media releases, News

Huon producers get in touch at Huon Show

It’s that time of year again and the Huon Show is nearly upon us (November 15th). This great event is one of the highlights of the year in the Huon and promises to be action-packed as always. Among the many attractions, there will be a Small Farm Expo in the



North Bruny Biodiversity Fund Project

To borrow an old adage, a good network is far stronger than the sum of its parts. In June this year the North Bruny Biodiversity Fund Project formally wrapped up, but it has established a legacy of community teamwork and support that is destined to deliver lasting benefits into the