Western Local Land Services
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  • About Local Land Services Western Region

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    Local Land Services Western Region is responsible for delivering services that add value to local industries, enhance natural resources, protect industries from pests and disease and help communities respond to emergencies like flood, fire and drought.
    Our Board is headed by a local Chair, who works closely with farmers, landholders and communities and seeks input from three Local Community Advisory Groups.
    Local Land Services Officers assist farmers and farming groups to increase the productivity and profitability of their farming operation.
    Our experts deliver education programs, coordinate local producer groups and hold field days on timely and locally relevant topics. Show less
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    Local Land Services provides advice and services to landholders and the community to improve:
    • Biosecurity
    • Agricultural production
    • Emergency management
    • Natural resource management.
    Local Land Services Western Region has been established to respond to the needs of local landholders, industry groups and communities.
    Local boards have primary responsibility for the strategic direction of the organisation including service delivery, project administration and engagement with their local communities.
    Call us on 1300 795 299 or visit www.western.lls.nsw.gov.au for more information.
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  • Western Division Resilient Landscapes Project - Mentoring Program Play all

    The Western Division Resilient Landscapes Project - Mentoring Program provides an intensive coaching program to support on-enterprise innovation development and practice change for landholders in the Western Division of New South Wales.
    The program is designed to lead innovative development and change in land management throughout the Western Division. It is a unique, highly-individualised program, structured to support land managers on a one-to-one basis in their enterprise.
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  • Stepping up to manage country workshops

    Aboriginal land managers in the Western region took part in a free two-day workshop which focused on land management techniques and cultural heritage.

    Titled Stepping Up To Manage Country, the workshop included presentations, a property tour and yarning sessions.

    The workshop aimed to encourage the sharing of knowledge between Aboriginal land managers and for inspiring some confidence in younger managers who are starting out in their careers.
    • Stepping Up to Manage Country Workshops - Duration: 5 minutes, 47 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 158 views
      A two-day workshop that focused on land management techniques and cultural heritage. The workshops aimed to encourage the sharing of knowledge between Aboriginal land managers and inspiring some co...
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  • Need some tips to help with your grant application? Play all

    As part of its annual grants program, Local Land Services Western Region is working with landholders to develop applications for fencing works that improve total grazing pressure and river banks. Projects that improve rangeland areas by using ponding banks and other erosion control measures will also be funded.

    This series of short videos gives applicants an insight to how to complete the application form, as well as some tips from previous applicants and staff on what to include.

    Applications close on 15 November. Only applicants who lodged an Expression of Interest by 17 October 2014 will be considered for this funding
    • How to apply for grant funding - Duration: 2 minutes, 28 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 371 views
      Coordinator of the major grants funding program for Local Land Services Western Region, Andrew Hull walks you through each page of the application form. Andrew highlights the most important are and...
    • Benefits of grant funding - Duration: 3 minutes, 59 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 322 views
      Learn first hand ​from local landholders about the kind of projects that have been funded in the past.
      Dave and Rikki Allen of Nullagoola Station provide an overview of their TGP fending and erosio...
    • How to plan for grant funding - Duration: 4 minutes, 19 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
      • 341 views
      There are always going to be challenges with projects that have time constraints. In this video, the Allens of Nullagoola and Mick Davis of Myandetta talk about the challenges they faced with their...
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    Dr Dave Watson from Charles Sturt University presents a number of environmental and natural resource management education videos 'What have we got here? ... with Dr Dave'.
    The 'Dr Dave' series was generously supported and funded by Western Local Land Services; Caring for Our Country; Landcare NSW; Communities in Landscape, and the NAB Schools First program.
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  • Locals improving the landscape Play all

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  • Talking Agricultural Sustainability - NSW Western Landcare Play all

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