D'Entrecasteaux & Huon Collaboration, News

Marine debris month in southern Tasmania

Over the month of May, the Huon and Channel communities came together to clean up beaches and foreshore areas in their regions.Clean-up sites included Dover, Alonnah to Simpsons Point on Bruny Island, Garden Island, and Randalls Bay to Nine Pin Point in the Huon Estuary. More than 36 m3 of marine

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Community groups, News

Celebrating Tasmania’s volunteers

To kick off National Volunteer Week, Volunteering Tasmania announced the winners of the 2017 Southern Cross Television Tasmanian Volunteering Awards during a ceremony at Government House in Hobart. NRM South sponsored the ‘NRM South Environment, Animal Care and Conservation Award’, and the three finalists for this award were: Mark Bartlett

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Small Farms Expo 2017 – Ranelagh

The Huon Agricultural Society will be putting on its now annual ‘Small Farms Expo’ on Sunday March 26. This promises to be another great producer focused event for small land owners. Last year’s event was a great success drawing in over 5000 people from across the Huon and beyond! It

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Coles Bay community event

Coles Bay Community Event at the Rita & Doris Reserve 10:30am Sunday 5th March 2017 Launch of the new Rita & Doris Reserve interpretation sign Guided walk – native flora of the Rita & Doris Reserve Clean Up Australia Day event – join forces to remove the rubbish dumped in

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Clean Up Australia Day

Australia has one of the best natural landscapes in the world. From our pristine beaches, ancient forests and flourishing sealife, we have some of the most unique flora and fauna. But the rubbish we create through mass consumption is choking our streets, beaches, parks, bushland and waterways. And along the

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News

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

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