The Tamar NRM Sustainable Business and Community Awards are set to celebrate Tasmanian trailblazers committed to the principles of a circular economy. The awards will recognize problem-solvers who are reshaping our collective approach to waste, environmental degradation, and resource depletion. 

The awards aim to highlight initiatives, products, and services that embed circular practices in every aspect of our daily lives. The event is an opportunity to celebrate progress and encourage continued circular problem-solving. Special Guest Craig Reucassel will be in attendance.

Tamar NRM is proud to announce the finalists for the upcoming Sustainable Business and Community Awards.

Finalists are:

–          Florage

–          Golden Brown Composting

–          McHenry Distillery

–          Pink Poodle Vintage

–          Plasticus Tasmania

–          Seed Freaks

–          St Marys Repurposing and Upcycling

–          Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture

–          TasNetworks

–          The Organic Grocer

–          The Redress Hub

–          The Resource Work Co-operative

–          Verandah Music Festival

–          Wildly Abigail

–          Youth Climate Leaders

This event is an initiative of Tamar NRM’s Sustainable Community Working Group made up of members from Tamar NRM, Transition Tamar, Plastic Free Launceston, City of Launceston Council, West Tamar Council, George Town Council and the Launceston Chamber of Commerce.