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Be informed at the Wentworth Show

Landholders, stakeholders and community members will have a great opportunity to be informed of the services on offer with Western Local Land Services at the Wentworth Show.

Staff from Western Local Land Services will be manning a trade exhibit at the 133rd annual Wentworth Show on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 August.

Some of the things people can seek advice about includes:

  • recent changes to kangaroo management licences
  • agricultural production and animal welfare during the drought
  • pest control, biosecurity and emergency management
  • natural resource management
  • sustainable land management provisions.

Recent work that will be featured at the stand includes a re-snagging project that is providing improved habitat for native fish in the lower Darling River, as well as a feral pig control program to protect the known habitat of the endangered southern bell frog in the Lake Victoria area.

Western Local Land Services will be offering a one-stop shop, with advice from a range of service providers from across the region at the show. The exhibition stand will include representatives from:

  • Gotabug Pest Control Specialists
  • NSW Department of Primary Industries Rural Resilience Team
  • Rural Financial Counselling Service
  • Rural Adversity Mental Health Program
  • Saving our Species Team from the Office of Environment and Heritage.

“These two days are a fantastic opportunity for landholders and community members to have a casual chat with us and learn more about the services and support we can provide,” Senior Land Services Officer, Kaye Gottschutzke said.

“It is also a great opportunity for us to catch up with landholders and community members we have worked with in recent years and see how they are going.”

For further information on Western Local Land Services involvement in the Wentworth Show, contact Ms Gottschutzke on (03) 5021 9409.

Media contact: Charlie Whiteley, Western Local Land Services, 0428 679 974.