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2017 PMP workshops

Property management planning for small landholders

NRM South is running a ‘Small Farm Planning Program’ in the Huon and Channel region between February and April 2017. This series of workshops costs $200 for an individual or $275 for two individuals per property. Places in this annual popular program are limited so don’t delay in submitting the relevant forms (attached below) if you are interested in joining the 2017 round.

Property Management Planning (PMP) is a process for developing and documenting your visions and goals for your property, recording natural resources and planning the management of your property with a focus on those natural resources.  The program will comprise of five practical workshops held during weekends at participant properties.  The workshops will take a practical, and where possible ‘hands-on’ approach, and will include presentations from technical experts on a range of topics such as: soil health, grazing management, native vegetation, browsing mammals, weeds and animal husbandry. Participants will develop a Property Management Plan with support and guidance from the project team.

The program will accommodate up to 15 properties, and will provide opportunities for networking with other smallholding landowners from the Huon and Channel area.

All participants must complete an Expression of Interest form (see below).  Please refer to the Small Farm Planning Program 2017 expression of interest form and program guidelines to help you in completing your application.

Submit your Expression of Interest either via the online link here, or download the attached form and email to

– Application date extended until 5pm January 31st –

Only a few spots remain, for Huon residents only

For more information please contact Huon Valley Facilitator Tim Ackroyd on 0400 047 665 or email

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