Natural Resource Management

The people of NSW rely on the health of our natural resources and productivity of our landscapes. Australia's agricultural industries rely on sustainable water and vegetation management, healthy soils and biodiverse ecosystems.

Effective natural resource management ensures that appropriate measures are in place to maintain and preserve our natural assets.

Local Land Services is committed to working with our communities towards sustainable land use and the protection of natural resources.

National Landcare Program - Regional Land Partnerships

The Regional Land Partnerships is a core component of the Australian Government's $1 billion investment under Phase 2 of the National Landcare Program.

Central West Local Land Services will receive over $7.4 million to 2023 to invest in natural resource management projects across the region.

These projects will focus on protecting ecological communities, recovering critically endangered threatened species, and reducing pest animal and weed threats on ecosystems.

Additionally, we will prioritise sustainable agricultural projects to improve soil quality, assist farmers adapt to climate change, and respond to evolving market demands.

Landholders can get involved with projects in a number of ways - participate in bird surveys, field days, and information workshops.


Best management practice guides

Central West Local Land Services has developed a series of best management practice guides for natural resources.

Webinar recordings

  • Eucalyptus Identification Webinar - June 2022