Introducing the NRM Regions’ National Chair

Emma Jackson became Chair of NRM Regions Australia in January, after stepping into the role from Deputy Chair. She also serves as Chair on the Cape York Natural Resource Management Board and was on the Steering Committee of the group who successfully established the organisation in 2009. Emma is a qualified teacher, who currently home-schools […]

2019 NRM Knowledge Conference

7th National Knowledge Conference Registration Website now open The 7th National NRM Knowledge conference will be held at The Cube, Wodonga, Victoria from 17 to 20 November 2019 and will address the theme Creating Resilience through Natural Resource Management – how do we do it? We’d love you to be involved no matter where you […]

Game-changing landscape management workshops held across Australia

Feature image: The NRM and Geoscience Australia group at the Sydney workshop (13 March 2019) NRM Regions Australia and Geoscience Australia have completed five collaborative workshops with natural resource managers from across the nation to make use of geoscience data to help manage our natural resources. The workshops provided a better understanding of how geoscience […]

Contribute to the PestSmart survey

If you don’t already know about it, we recommend checking out PestSmart Connect which distils 12 years of research on best practice pest animal management. PestSmart prides itself on making freely available pest animal information toolkits which incorporate factsheets, case studies, glovebox guides, videos and more – all available online – www.pestsmart.org.au. Information is available […]

New report shows high cost of weed control

The National Farmers’ Federation and NRM Regions Australia have joined a growing call for collaborative investment in a fully funded CISS weeds RD&E program. A new report released this week by the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions has found that the agricultural cost of weeds is on average, $4.8 billion per year, or $13 million […]

Restoring oxygen levels in Broken Creek

Goulburn CMA are working with partners to trial methods for improving oxygen levels in Broken Creek, and deal with the effects of the ongoing heat and low flows in many of the region’s creeks on native fish. Goulburn Broken CMA River Health Manager Mark Turner said waterways, including Hughes, Hollands, King Parrot, Seven and Castles […]