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208, 2022

HUGE community effort at The BIG Plant

Tamar NRM and the City of Launceston would like to warmly thank everyone who was able to join the 775 other community participants to plant 3,723 trees plant at the Launceston Waste Centre site between 28-31 July 2022.

1703, 2022

Ragwort Raids 2022

Ragwort is a serious “declared” weed in Tasmania and is poisonous to stock, particularly cattle and horses. It has the potential to infest at least 64,600 ha in the George Town, West Tamar and Launceston municipalities. It is also present through a large portion of […]

912, 2021

Catch it in the Catchment 2021

Tamar NRM hosted the weeklong Catch it in the Catchment in the Tamar estuary catchment in November. The event draws attention to the impact of human activity on the network of streams, creeks, rivulets and the estuary itself. As well as removing rubbish from the […]

1905, 2021

Sustainable Living Festival Saturday October 9th

Where: Windsor Precinct, Riverside

We are excited to bring you a festival of inspiration,
innovation and conversation. Expressions of Interest are
open for exhibitors, stall holders and entertainers. Jump
onto the website to find out how to get involved.
Or follow us on
Enquiries: astills@launceston.tas.gov.au/ […]

1805, 2021

Beechford Coastal Walk and Talk Sunday June 6th

When: Sunday June 6th

Time: 10.00am – 12.00 midday

Where: Meet at Beechford Recreation Ground, Beechford

Enjoy a leisurely walk along the beech and through the town ship (approx. 1km) with Eric Woehler […]

1805, 2021

Burning to Plan Workshop Friday June 4th

Want to use fire as a tool to manage ecological health or protect built, environmental or agricultural assets? Tamar NRM, Red Hot Tips and Bush Matters are holding a Burning to Plan Workshop for landholders with 10 ha or more in Tasmania. […]

405, 2021

Tamar Valley Leaders Lunch

Wednesday 19th May 12.00pm- 2.00pm

Guest speaker: Professor David Adams

Born and raised on the West Tamar, Professor Adams is a leading scholar in regional and community innovation. Professor Adams will speak on ‘Evolution of the Tamar […]

203, 2021

Coastal Communities Catch Up

Come along and join our coastal communities where we will be discussing and working on the George Town Coastal Action Plan and planning for the next 5 years.

It is a great opportunity to see what is happening in the […]

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