Key agricultural activities in our arid region are wool growing, cotton, grains, grapes and stone fruits. There is also increasing goat and sheep meat production.
We are currently recruiting members for our Agricultural Services and Natural Resource Management Advisory Group and Aboriginal Community Advisory Group. Expressions of interest are due by Friday, 16 November.
Opportunities for landholders
We currently have a number of opportunities for landholders to apply for funding and participate in our programs.
Farmers having trouble accessing online RAA forms for the drought transport subsidies can get access to the online forms at these Local Land Services Offices
The NSW Government has approved changes to licenses to reduce kangaroo numbers. These changes are effective from 8 August 2018. Find out more here.
DroughtHub provides a one-stop online destination for information on a vast range of services and support available to primary producers, their families and communities to prepare for and manage drought conditions.
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- Opportunity for landholders to receive funding to carry out weed control
12 November 2018
- Opportunity for landholders to receive funding to carry out soil erosion works
07 November 2018
- Funding available to assist landholders manage grazing pressure
06 November 2018
Early weaning workshop (Brewarrina)
13 November 2018
Early weaning workshop (Tibooburra)
21 November 2018
NSW Landcare and Local Land Services conference (Broken Hill)
22 October 2019