Featured, Media releases, Research, Stories

China looks to Tasmania for NRM expertise

The President of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) - China’s premier agricultural research organisation and one of the largest in the world -  has today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with NRM South that will see the two organisations sharing expertise and technologies in sustainable agriculture and

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Biosecurity, Featured, Stories

A clean run with Endorfun

Local Tasmanian company Endorfun organise a host of outdoor events for sporting enthusiasts that includes trail running, kayaking and cycling. These events take participants through some of the State’s most stunning natural areas – including National Parks. Endorfun organisers have set a fantastic example in championing the biosecurity message to

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Environment, News, Partners

D’Entrecasteaux and Huon Collaboration enews – Nov 17

Take a look at the November edition of the D’Entrecasteaux and Huon waterway news here.

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e-news, News

November 2017 e-news

In this month’s edition we’ve included some great resources for people looking to get out and about in nature over the summer season. From how to be an ethical photographer, to making sure you don’t take any hitch-hiking nasties with you when you’re travelling around, read on to find out

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News, Stories

A new ethical photo guide for Tassie

NRM South is proud to announce the launch of our ‘Ethical Guide to Nature Photography in Tasmania’ packed with great tips on how to be a savvy snapper! To celebrate this launch, Shutterbug Walkabouts Tasmania have generously offered 10 spots on a mini photowalk around Gould’s Lagoon in Hobart. Now’s

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Aboriginal, News, Stories

Linking past and present at Premaydena

A traditional and contemporary relationship with the land and coast of Premaydena connects and binds members of the Parrdarrama Pungenna Aboriginal Corporation to the area known as Fergusons Bay. Providing food, water, traditional materials, a place to rest, swim and enjoy culture, this area has supported an Aboriginal connection spanning

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