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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NRM Regions Australia is the collective of 56 government agencies, NGOs and community groups that get national priorities for natural resource management delivered on the ground.

NRM Regions Australia welcomes the release of the National Biosecurity Strategy and the recommendation for greater resourcing. We encourage the Government to work with NRM Regions Australia to make best use of the existing framework of skilled professionals across Australia managing existing pest, weed as disease threats, and which could be a part of the standing surge capacity needed to respond to new biosecurity incursions. More information about the strategy is available here https://www.biosecurity.gov.au/about/national-biosecurity-committee/nbs

Tanya Plibersek
Murray Watt - Senator for Queensland
Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water

NRM Regions Australia welcomes the release of the National Biosecurity Strategy and the recommendation for greater resourcing. We encourage the Government to work with NRM Regions Australia to make best use of the existing framework of skilled professionals across Australia managing existing pest, weed as disease threats, and which could be a part of the standing surge capacity needed to respond to new biosecurity incursions. More information about the strategy is available here www.biosecurity.gov.au/about/national-biosecurity-committee/nbs

Tanya Plibersek
Murray Watt - Senator for Queensland
Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water
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