Natural Resource Management (NRM) is the integrated management of the natural resources that make up Australia’s natural landscapes – that is, our land, water, soil, plants and animals. The regional NRM model is about NRM regions working and partnering with a remarkable range of people across the country, from the local scale to the national level.

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#CelebratingVolunteers #NationalVolunteerWeek

Liz Milner’s advice to other volunteers includes remembering to take ‘before’ photos (something Liz says she always forgets) and making the most of the learning experience.

“Never say never, from little things big things grow.”

Liz is a member of the Friends of Black Hill and Morialta Inc. and has been volunteering for 8 years.

This week we pay our respects to volunteers across the #AMLR region by profiling a small number. We know there are not enough days in the year to celebrate everyone who has ever lent a hand for conservation.

#thankyou #volunteers #1000soflocalsolutions

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#CelebratingVolunteers #NationalVolunteerWeek
Liz Milner’s advice to other volunteers includes remembering to take ‘before’ photos (something Liz says she always forgets) and making the most of the learning experience. 
“Never say never, from little things big things grow.” 
Liz is a member of the Friends of Black Hill and Morialta Inc. and has been volunteering for 8 years. 
This week we pay our respects to volunteers across the #AMLR region by profiling a small number. We know there are not enough days in the year to celebrate everyone who has ever lent a hand for conservation. 
#thankyou #volunteers #1000soflocalsolutions
Volunteering Australia Volunteering SA&NT

During this National Volunteer Week, the AW NRM Board would like to thank the dedicated Friends of the Great Victoria Desert volunteers for the significant contribution they have made over the past ten years. Their work is “making a world of difference” in gathering and recording invaluable biological and scientific data that informs AW’s land management planning as well as the wider scientific community.

Often joined by AW staff and traditional custodians on their field trips, the Friends happily share their knowledge and expertise while also taking the opportunity to learn about the country from an Aboriginal perspective. Find out more about our amazing Friends www.communitywebs.org/fgvd/

Friends of Parks SA #NVW2019 #biodiversity #vegetation #sustainable #volunteers #threatenedspecies #1000soflocalsolutions #NRM #NLP
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During this National Volunteer Week, the AW NRM Board would like to thank the dedicated Friends of the Great Victoria Desert volunteers for the significant contribution they have made over the past ten years. Their work is “making a world of difference” in gathering and recording invaluable biological and scientific data that informs AW’s land management planning as well as the wider scientific community. 
Often joined by AW staff and traditional custodians on their field trips, the Friends happily share their knowledge and expertise while also taking the opportunity to learn about the country from an Aboriginal perspective. Find out more about our amazing Friends http://www.communitywebs.org/fgvd/
Friends of Parks SA #NVW2019 #biodiversity #vegetation #sustainable #volunteers #threatenedspecies #1000soflocalsolutions #NRM #NLP
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