If you are a landholder, you are required to notify LLS of the commencement and completion of forestry operations. Notification must be provided within 30 days prior to commencing forestry operations, and within 30 days following completion of forestry operations.
Part 5B of the Local Land Services Act 2013 requires landholders to obtain an approved Private Native Forestry Plan before undertaking forestry operations. You can find a breakdown of PNF Plans below.
Table 1: Total number of private native forestry plans approved
|River Red Gum||18||26||16||11||18||10||11||9||2||8|
|Cypress and Western Hardwood||8||9||11||2||2||3||11||11||9||10|
Table 2: ~ Area (hectares) of private native forestry plans approved
|Riverina Red Gum||4,664||10,047||1,694||871||7,286||2,416||2,549||4,134||24||3,367|
|Cypress and Western Hardwood||5,678||3,698||3,521||1,837||2,155||1,892||4,261||4,555||3,248||3,685|
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