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.
Through a NSW Environmental Trust Saving Our Species grant, Riverina Local Land Services will be working with ANU, Birdlife Australia, Bush Heritage, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, Murrumbidgee Landcare Inc, Greening Australia and local land managers over the next 10 years to save the critically endangered swift parrots.
Our Community Grants program will distribute almost $200,000 of funding to local Landcare, community, farming and industry groups.
We have received $90,000 from the NSW Government’s Environmental Trust Restoration and Rehabilitation grants program to provide habitat restoration and revegetation work between the Livingstone National Park and Nest Hill Nature Reserves, south of Wagga.
If you are interested in either a) receiving K5 virus baits, or b) applying for additional rabbit control please complete the online application.
Recovery assistance available for landholders impacted by the flood events in the Riverina
Report all agricultural losses, including fencing, crops and stranded, injured or deceased stock.
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- Saving the plains-wanderer
29 May 2017
- Careful grazing management urged to minimise bloat death
29 May 2017
- University work placement project provides new opportunities for students
22 May 2017