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Territory Natural Resource Management

 

Description

Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation, that works with landholders, groups, industry and government to ensure sustainable management of Australia's water, land, soils, plant and animals.

TNRM has been operating since 2005, with members from industry bodies, Landcare and community groups, local government, Indigenous organisations, pastoral companies and local businesses. TNRM works with people across the Territory to identify natural resource management (NRM) issues and opportunities, as well as planing and implementing NRM solutions at a local and regional scale.

The organisation are the custodians of a community-based regional NRM plan, which identifies the goals and priorities for NRM across the Territory. TNRM works to address management priorities and achieve the goals identified in the plan through:

Indigenous involvement in land management activities is an essential part of NRM work across the NT.

As one of 54 Australian NRM groups that work across the country for the long-term management of Australia's natural resources, TNRM is responsible for the coordination and administration of Australian Government funding provided specifically for NRM.

Abstract adapted from Territory Natural Resource Management

Contacts

Territory Natural Resource Management
Darwin Office
Level 1, Global House
16 Bennett Street
GPO Box 2775
Darwin NT 0801
Ph: (08) 8942 8300
Fax: (09) 8942 8333
Email: info@territorynrm.org.au

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Last updated: 13 May 2016
 
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