To stay informed about our various projects and what's happening in Natural Resource Management around Tasmania, view our latest media releases below. For all media enquiries please call (03) 6333 7777 to speak with our Communications team.
The history and facts of the kanamaluka/Tamar estuary are of great interest to the Launceston community, and a new education campaign will explore the facts.
Dairy farmers and graziers across northern Tasmania are making the most of an exciting opportunity to deliver best practice on-ground projects to improve waterway health.
Support continues for landholders in the northern region to plan and implement environmental works.
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, NRM North has modified normal services and work practices.
An early start did not deter farmers in northern Tasmania from turning out in strong numbers for a pasture and crop management field day.
The iconic Giant Freshwater Lobster is the world’s largest freshwater crustacean and northern Tasmania is the only place in the world that you will find it.
Revegetation works aimed at safeguarding the Eastern Barred Bandicoot population across northern Tasmania have commenced.
Last week over 80 kilometres of Tasmania’s east coast was walked by NRM North’s Defending the Hood project team, in search of threatened Hooded Plovers.
Industry leaders and environmental professionals will come together to share ideas at the 2nd kanamaluka/Tamar Forum.
Smallholders in Tasmania’s north east will gain a broad range of knowledge to better understand the nature of their farm.
NRM North is urging Tasmanians to defend the nesting areas of Tasmania's threatened Hooded Plover.
Dairy farmers and graziers across Northern Tasmania are taking steps to improve water health on their properties and in the Tamar catchment, through the help of Tamar Action Grants.