The TEER Program collaborates with partners through two formal committees and several working groups.
Strategy and Partnerships Committee
The Strategy and Partnerships Committee is responsible for the management and direction of TEER and includes representatives from:
Science and Technical Committee
Responsible for the best available science, evidence data and methodologies used by TEER and includes representatives from:
The Tamar Estuary Management Taskforce (TEMT)
The Tamar Estuary Management Taskforce (TEMT) was established in April 2017 under the Launceston City Deal with an aim of identifying investments to improve the health of the kanamaluka/Tamar estuary. As part of this work, the Taskforce was charged with delivering a River Health Action Plan by the end of 2017 to:
The Tasmanian and Australian Governments have jointly committed to funding the recommendations from the River Health Action Plan. A total investment of $95 million will be split in a 50:50 funding arrangement with work to be undertaken over a period of five years from 2019.
Return to the Water Program.
Working together to protect, restore and enhance the Tamar Estuary and Esk Rivers systems from 'catchment to coast'.
Learn about what calls the Tamar Estuary and Esk Rivers home.
Managing threats to water quality and ecological health that are linked to stormwater pollution.