Walking the Gorge with Patsy Cameron – Thursday 29 January 2015
Event No. 3 completed – thank you to the thirty community walkers and especially to our special guest presenter, Patsy Cameron Program – 29 January 2015 Our second urban event organised for SUMMER by Amanda and supported by Alison is: Walking the Gorge with Patsy Cameron(event flyer)
Thursday 29 January 2015
9.30am – 12.00noon
Meet at the Duck Reach carpark
Event invitation flyers are being designed and will be sent out ASAP but remember to keep an eye on our website: www.tamarnrm.com.au/calendar and facebook page.
Fiesta on George – Saturday 18 October 2014
We were there in Yorktown Square with a table of our ‘goodies’ to share with the community. It was a wonderful day with everything happily working for everyone – the weather was good, next door stall holders were lovely to talk to, great viewing of what was happening, great coffee/tea/hot chocolate was there for the drinking.
Thank you to anyone who stopped and chatted to us – it was great to meet so many new people. Thank you, too, for our invitation from Urban Farming Tasmania (our contact was Bridgette) to come along and join the fiesta fun. We had a ball and have already hinted we would very much like to come next year.
What we could see standing behind our table…our fellow Fiesta-ees
Event No. 2 completed – thank you to our guest presenters, the community attendees and the birds of Trevallyn Reserve Program – 27 September 2014
Our first urban event organised for SPRING by Amanda and supported by Alison is: ‘Brunch’-ing with the Birds (event flyer)
Saturday 27th September 2014
8.00am – 11.00am
Trevallyn Reserve (meet at ‘Hoo-Hoo’ hut)
Join Sarah Lloyd and Anna Povey for a walk with, listen to and spot the native birds
Must book as places are limited – RSVP: [email protected] or 6323-3310 by Monday 22nd September 2014
Removed from East Tamar 222km road, 444km roadside
Removed from West Tamar 224 km road, 448 km roadside
Another fantastic year for our raids.
Thank you to all our volunteers who participated.
Three cheers for you!
Thank you to our volunteers who attended the 2014 Ragwort Raids.
Thanks to our dedicated and wonderful co-ordinator, Jayne Shapter, for organising these two successful raids.
Farewell to Ian Sauer in December 2013 – President for twelve years.
To view Ian’s many adventures with Tamar Natural Resource Management, please click on the Memento Booklet we gave as tribute for his long service to the community.
In 2012 Tamar NRM and Youngtown Primary School once again joined forces to plant 250 native trees in Youngtown Regional Park. The students also had an opportunity to paint two sides of the Tamar NRM trailer. Our trailer is loaned to community groups to work on their own projects so it was given a much needed ‘colourful and happy face lift’.
The students were divided into two teams – A&B. Team A painted one side (photo 2) and Team B painted the other side (photo 3). Although the original design was there to copy, both teams put their own very distinctive interpretation onto the trailer sides – they were very imaginative and a lot of fun. They also planted 500 natives (photos 1 and 4).
Tamar NRM was again privileged to have this project funded by Jemena (now known as Zinfra) located in Hobart Road, Youngtown. This company has twice worked on something Tamar NRM holds dear to our hearts – the environment.
Our organisation has had the opportunity for students from Youngtown Primary School to be involved with our projects in 2010 and 2012. They have come along to our field days with enthusiasm about what they are doing – they also have young knee caps for bending and planting!
If you have time and are driving or walking past Youngtown Regional Park, go and have a look at the wonderful achievement by the students from Youngtown Primary School.
This project was managed by Tamar NRM in conjunction with Launceston City Council’s Parks & Recreation Department and funded by Jemena. Tamar NRM invited Youngtown Primary School to be involved – Class 3/4 Brady + their teacher. As well there was a small group from the National Green Jobs Corp. All these groups joined forces to complete the planting of 2,500 natives on sites at the Youngtown Regional Park in Youngtown. It was a community venture and by working together it has improved an area needing environmental support.
The natives planted at the Youngtown Regional Park will have the following long term results:
– provide important habitat and wildlife corridors for native fauna species;
– increase the biodiversity of the area;
– redress erosional issues occurring on the slope;
– enhance the skyline in the higher sections of the park;
– create a link between the Youngtown Regional Park and the community.