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 currently have two opportunities for funding available to landholders that wish to improve their properties productivity and see positive environmental outcomes. Both opportunities are open until Friday, 4 October.
NSW Landcare and Local Land Services conference
Get out to Broken Hill 22-24 Oct for this amazing conference. 2018 Bob Hawke Landcare Award winner Charlie Arnott is the keynote speaker while country music superstar Sara Storer will perform at the Silverton Hotel! Do not miss this event!
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Well done to the people of NSW on all they've achieved to improve agricultural production and environmental health in the past five years, despite challenging circumstances.
- Discounted rate still on offer for the NSW Landcare and Local Land Services conference
17 September 2019
- Getting more lambs on the ground workshop series
05 September 2019
- High priority invasive weed found in the Wanaaring area
03 September 2019
Grazing Naturally 2.0 (Wilcannia)
2 October 2019
What to weigh up with livestock feeding (Euston, Homebush, Balranald and Mossgiel)
9 October 2019
NSW Landcare and Local Land Services conference (Broken Hill)
22 October 2019