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Tamar Natural Resource Management (NRM) is a community-based organisation located in the Tamar Valley region of northern Tasmania. We deliver natural resource management services throughout the City of Launceston, West Tamar and George Town municipal areas.
North Tasmanian coast

Sustainable Living Festival 2024

Circular icons that describe the activities acailable at the sustainable living festival: Family fun, Workshops, Community Gardens, Exhibits, Activities
Circular icons that describe the activities acailable at the sustainable living festival: Ideas, talks, music, tram rides and cooking demos
  • Sustainable Business & Community Awards
    Sustainable Business & Community Awards
    Fri, 01 Mar
    The Tramsheds Function Centre
    01 Mar 2024, 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
    The Tramsheds Function Centre, 4 Invermay Rd, Launceston TAS 7248, Australia
    Celebrate dedicated and visionary Tasmanian businesses and organisations that are sparking ongoing change and are driving action in our region to advance towards a circular future, with special guest ABC's War on Waste's Craig Reucassel.
  • Sustainable Living Festival
    Sustainable Living Festival
    Sat, 02 Mar
    Tramsheds & Inveresk Precinct
    02 Mar 2024, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Tramsheds & Inveresk Precinct, 4 Invermay Rd, Launceston TAS 7248, Australia
    The Sustainable Living Festival is set to return to Launceston at the Inveresk Precinct in March 2024, with a central theme of "Going Circular".
  • Gorse Achievements Field Day
    Gorse Achievements Field Day
    Tue, 12 Mar
    Pipers River Fire Station
    12 Mar 2024, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
    Pipers River Fire Station, 76 School Rd, Pipers River TAS 7252, Australia
    Join us to witness the remarkable results of the three-year Pipers River Catchment Gorse project.

An Educational Excursion

The kanamaluka /Tamar estuary Source to Sea Program is an excursion for schools and community groups designed to introduce our community to the wonders of this local waterway by exploring its journey through the catchment. 

Kanamaluka Tamar Estuary Source to Sea_logo
Supurb Blue wren in the phalanges at the Tamar Wetlands

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