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NRM Annual Report

Protecting our natural environment 2018–19

Council is committed to protecting and enhancing the Tweed’s beautiful natural environment for current and future generations. We seek to deliver on that commitment in three key ways:

  1. We minimise our negative impact on the environment
  2. We work to protect our land, waterways and native wildlife
  3. We respond to climate change

Read more about some of the key accomplishments from the past 12 months.

Current Projects

Conserving Cockatoos and Curlews on the Tweed Coast

Past Projects

Numinbah Nature Links
Working Together to Protect Threatened Fauna on Fingal Peninsula
Recovery of Threatened Species from Coast to Burringbar Range
Recovery of threatened species in priority implementation areas
Upper Rous Vegetation Connectivity Enhancement
Cross Tenure Invasive Species Control program to protect native fauna
Bush Futures
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