Dry land grazing and cereal based cropping are key activities for our region as well as irrigation farming producing rice, grapes, citrus, vegetables and cotton.
Funding is available for land managers and communities to improve and manage the health of our landscapes.
Our Community Grants program is aimed at supporting community and industry groups to carry out on-ground, capacity building, educational and other activities with a natural resource management (NRM) and sustainable landscapes focus.
Feral Fighters is an initiative that aims at reducing the impacts of wild dogs and foxes on the environment and animal production across our landscapes by increasing participation in large strategically coordinated group control programs.
Local Strategic Plan
Riverina Local Land Services has published its 2016-2021 Local Strategic Plan outlining priorities for the next five years. Each of the 11 Local Land Services regions across NSW has developed a local strategic plan that sets out strategies for working with land managers and the community to improve primary production within healthy landscapes.
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- Victor Dominello and Niall Blair joint media release: $2 million quad bike safety rebate program open
19 July 2016
- Showcasing cultural heritage during NAIDOC Week
01 July 2016
- Legume workshops highlight cropping issues
27 June 2016
- Illegal firewood on travelling stock reserves under the spotlight
16 June 2016
- Ten-year strategy sets scene for innovative future
14 June 2016
- Land managers encouraged to report storm damage
06 June 2016