Dear All,


Nourish Tasman is a new group of people in and around the Tasman with a special interest in building a food resilient community, and looking at food security in the Tasman area.  The group sprang out of a Red Cross Disaster Resilience forum that Council was able to facilitate coming to the Tasman. 
Nourish Tasman has grown over a very short period of time and is now going to hold a community discussion with guest speakers, workshops and delicious food.  This free event will be held on Wednesday 18 October, please see the attached flyer for more information. 
It would be great if you would share this information through your networks or display the poster. 


Jess Dallas

Deputy General Manager

(Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator,

Recovery Coordinator)


Tasman Council

1713 Main Road   Nubeena   TAS   7184

Ph: (03) 6250 9200

Email: [email protected]

Tasman Email: [email protected]



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