Information workshop for flood affected landowners
The Tasmanian Government, in partnership with Tasmanian NRM regional bodies, has announced the
$2 million Agricultural Landscape Rehabilitation Scheme (ALRS) to assist flood-affected landowners and communities through funding projects aimed at rehabilitation of land and stream systems damaged as a result of the June 2016 floods.
When: 23rd January 2-4pm
Where: Ouse Country Club, corner of Lyell Hwy and Tor Hill Rd. Ouse
Nominations close 31st March 2017
or call NRM North 1300 043 116
Other Flood Assistance Information
Do you need assistance for flood damage issues?
The first step is to contact the taskforce - View Information here. The Derwent Catchment will also be providing support on ground so if you have a riverbank issue or want some advice of rehabilitation of the riverbank please contact Josie 0427044700 or Eve 0429170048.
Conservation Volunteers Australia are running clean-up teams along the Ouse and Derwent River for debris which can be removed by hand. For more information contact Amy Bailey on 62311779
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Thanks to our donors
We would like to thank the following businesses for supporting our September Spring Fundraiser. A significant portion of funds raised will go towards developing the native plant nursery at the Hamilton headquarters, which will allow us to grow our own plants for regeneration projects.
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Australian Wool Network
Falls of Clyde Textile Gallery
Stefano Lubiana Wines
Stewarts Bay Lodge
Will Chapman of Funktion catering