Regional Weed Management
The North West Regional Weed Committee (NW RWC) encourages and works towards effective weed management planning across the north west region.
The regional weed committee comprises representatives from more than 20 organisations including local control authorities, public and private landholders and community members involved in weed management across the north west.
The committee provides a forum for the local community and stakeholders, an opportunity to learn and share awareness, and is paramount in protecting the region from environmental threats.
The purpose of the NW RWC is to provide ‘tenure-neutral’ strategic planning and coordination of weed management activities at the regional level. These activities play an integral part in an overall state weed management framework.
Read more about the NSW weed reforms and Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans.
Weed management strategies
The following documents provide the basis for weed management planning and delivery under the Weed Action Plan 2015-2020.
- NW RWC Regional Inspection Program
- NW RWC Regional Weed Incursion Plan
- NW RWC Regional Rapid Response Plan
Local Weed Control Authorities
Your local council can provide information and advice on local weed management issues. You can report suspect plants to your local council Weeds Officer for investigation and identification. Weed control functions of Local Control Authorities are prescribed by section 371 of the Biosecurity Act 2015.
The North West Local Land Services region covers the following local government areas:
- Liverpool Plains
We need your help!
Help improve biological control for weeds in the North West by completing a 10 minute survey. Survey closes 12 December 2018.
This survey part of the NSW Department of Primary Industries' Managing Established Pest Animals and Weeds Project.
If you have any questions please contact Wendy Gibney Email: email@example.com
Take part in the survey online.
This project is supported by the Established Pest Animals and Weeds initiative, part of the Australian Government’s Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, the government’s plan for stronger farmers and a stronger economy.