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Board Member Vacancies

The NRM South Board are seeking 2 new members with specific skills and experience in: Primary industries (e.g. agriculture, aquaculture, wild fisheries, forestry, mining), and/or Planning, Policy and Local Government. Alongside general skills and experience in: Business development, Governance and finance, and Contemporary natural resource management. Applicants should have a

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Public Invitation to Tender: Development of Tasmania’s Regional NRM Strategies, 2021-2025

Background The Cradle Coast Authority, NRM South and NRM North are the three regional natural resource management (NRM) organisations in Tasmania, as established under the Natural Resource Management Act 2002 (the Act). The three NRM organisations are responsible for the planning, delivery and implementation of integrated NRM across Tasmania. We

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Southern Snippets – NRM South’s newsletter for May 2020

It’s been a good long while since our last newsletter, and there have been many changes at our small organisation in that time. We have a dedicated team, a new location, and a suite of new projects. However it’s not without a hint of irony that we’re welcoming you back

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Tackling soil erosion in the Derwent

Nestled in the centre of Tasmania, the Derwent catchment is one of our State’s driest regions. With an annual rainfall averaging less than 500mm, it’s a region that faces some unique production challenges – particularly in managing dryland pastures, which are increasingly unreliable, especially in times of drought. North-facing slopes

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NRM South update

  In light of the current situation, and the significant impacts across our organisations, businesses and communities, we wanted to let you know that we will be changing the way we work. Our small team continues to work hard behind the scenes – both in the NRM South office and

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Call for Expression of Interest (ENDED)

Membership of the Steering Committee for the Protecting the breeding population of Swift Parrots project Protecting the breeding population of Swift Parrots project aims to improve the trajectory of the Swift Parrot through reducing mortality due to sugar glider predation, improving breeding success through habitat augmentation and the protection of

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