With plateaus, coastal and estuarine landscapes, river valleys and beaches, our region is known for market gardens, poultry, fruit, mushrooms, flowers and turf.
Foxes are a declared pest species in NSW. Owners of existing captive foxes must apply for a permit before 31 January 2016 to continue keeping their fox(es) in captivity.
Grants are now available for community groups, including Landcare and other 'care' groups and landholders in the Greater Sydney region.
Comments are welcome until 4 December 2015 on the first draft statewide planning framework for travelling stock reserves. Download the framework and a fact sheet.
Make sure you check out, and book in to upcoming workshops and events taking place over the next few months, in a variety of locations from Camden to the Central Coast.
Community group are able to apply for $500 - $1500 to develop engagement and education projects with an environmental focus.
Four online tools are available to help landholders determine whether their clearing activities require approval.
- Footrot case identified in Western Sydney
20 November 2015
- Land managers urged to take part in survey to improve service delivery
04 November 2015
- New weeds committees aim to improve weed management
28 October 2015
- Consultation period on travelling stock reserves extended
27 October 2015
- Community groups can apply now for Landcare funding
20 October 2015
- Healthy land, healthy horses workshop - Calga
16 October 2015