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Coastal Saltmarsh a carbon sink

Research published in Nature today highlights the importance of Australian Coastal Saltmarsh wetlands for storing carbon, especially as sea levels rise. The Cradle Coast region has 35% of Tasmania’s Coastal Saltmarsh, and Cradle Coast NRM has recently applied for...

Energy investment important for region’s future

MEDIA RELEASE The Cradle Coast Authority (CCA) welcomes the Coalition Government’s investment in Tasmania towards the proposed second interconnector with the mainland. The Coalition Government has pledged $56 million for the proposed second interconnector with the...

Finest honey from Tasmania’s pristine wilderness

Three generations of the Charles family have been producing premium Blue Hills Honey since it was established in 1955. The rare Leatherwood honey is sourced from the pristine Tarkine wilderness here in the north west of Tasmania, in an area...

Cradle Coast ideal climate for truffles

More than four years ago, Truffiere farmer Jennifer Hunter, took inspiration from the Gourmet Farmer Matthew Evans, when she decided to jump off the corporate ladder, sell up in Cairns and "escape to Cradle Country" to Lower Barrington. She brought with her business...

Investment a new phase for NRM planning

Supported by State and potentially Federal Government funding, Cradle Coast Authority NRM, in 2019, will begin an exciting new phase of NRM planning, which will involve reviewing the Strategy, and developing NRM Action Plans and Investment Priorities for each of the...

Little Penguins have Cradle Coast NRM’s support

Cradle Coast NRM supported training for over 50 participants from 3 groups: Friends of Burnie Penguins, Friends of Lillico Penguins and Stanley WildS’cool. The volunteers are trained in interpretation and hear talks on the latest research, this time from a Phillip...

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