PROTECTING THE TERRITORY
Territory Conservation Agreements (TCAs) are 10-year partnerships between TNRM and land managers. These stewardship agreements support land managers with practice change and conservation activities on their properties.
There are 44 TCA sites covering over 56,000ha in the NT.
Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) has been contracted to deliver a project that will improve knowledge on the condition of the Central Australian Cabbage Palm and, in collaboration with parks staff, Indigenous rangers and Traditional Owners, implement strategic actions to prevent further population decline.
The NT Soil Consortium aims to better enable land managers to implement land management practices that will improve on-farm soil, while a field manual, 'Managing Outback Roads' has been released to assist outback land managers to better manage their roads.
Territory Natural Resource Management (TNRM) has been contracted under the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program to deliver a project that will improve knowledge of the distribution of the northern hopping-mouse, identify threats to the species, and identify habitat condition at known, and historic records of the species.
16-18 NOVEMBER, DARWIN
The 2021 TNRM Conference will cover a wide range of presentations and workshops, around the pressing themes in natural resource management in the Northern Territory today. There is also plenty of networking time for more in-depth conversations during the fully catered breaks, welcome drinks and the much loved NT NRM awards celebrations.