Traditionally a wheat growing area, our regions other key products include cotton, coal, beef, lamb, pork cereal and oil seeds.
Wild Deer Survey
North West Local Land Services is encouraging anyone who has had contact with wild deer in the Liverpool Plains local government area and surrounds to provide input to a short online survey that will take around 15 minutes. Community members and interested groups are invited to provide their comments and feedback Survey is open until 11 April 2016
Sowing Larger Seeded Faba Bean
The variety “PBA Nasma” has significantly larger seed than previous varieties released for northern NSW which will improve market acceptance. In trials, PBA Nasma has demonstrated higher yield than older varieties and acceptable disease resistance, as a result it is likely to be widely adopted in the north. The larger seed size may result in additional blockages in some planting machinery, however adequate preparation and setup of planters can easily eliminate these issues.
2016 North West Local Land Services Property Planning Competition
Resources for 2016 Property Planning Competition.
Electromagnetic induction sensing to measure soil water
North West Local Land services brochure detailing Electromagnetic induction sensing (EMI or more commonly referred to as simply EM) and other soil conduction devices (e.g. those that use resistivity) can be used to map apparent soil conductivity
Carpe Diem -a production by john wood
Sound mental health is essential to our daily lives; and the ability to function and work is paramount to the health and well being of families and communities. Carpe Diem a short 45 minute production by John wood is an entertaining look at how friendship and proper care give a man the strength to cope and the tools to carry on. No man is an island.” The tour dates for May are as follows: Tues 10th Bellata Wed 11th Wee Waa Thurs 12th Pilliga Fri 13th Gwabegar Sat 14th Baan Baa (Sat 14th) (Wee Waa Show) Sun 15th Maules Creek The show will be followed by a BBQ with John Wood. Where available, counselors, rural financial counselors and Community Health nurses will also attend. This is a free event provided by Carers NSW and Richmond PRA.
The rates you pay to Local Land Services allow your local region to fund the services it provides to landholders and contribute to other important statewide functions.
Gwydir Wetlands Footage
Videos that highlight the amazing Gwydir Wetlands
Four online tools are available to help landholders determine whether their clearing activities require approval.
The proposed Framework outlines the legislative tools and powers required to manage pests, diseases, weeds and contaminants in NSW. Go to the Review page for more and have your say.
- New Local Landcare Coordinators hold first meeting at Stockton
15 March 2016
- Stamping out Mimosa a main concern for Moree
01 March 2016
- New leadership for Local Land Services
07 January 2016
- Time is running out to apply for fox permit
16 December 2015
- Tree Giveaway
10 December 2015
- New weeds committees start holding meetings
02 December 2015