Natural Resource Management
National Landcare Program - Phase Two
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.
- Progressing the Small Purple-pea
- Grey Box Grassy Woodlands and Derived Native Grasslands of South-Eastern Australia
- Reaching out to the Regent Honeyeater
- Securing the Swift Parrot
- Malleefowl Matter
Catchment Action NSW
Catchment Action NSW is a program funded by the NSW Government to deliver its natural resource management priorities.
For Central West Local Land Services, the responsibility lies in investing this funding to deliver on-ground outcomes for communities and the environment across NSW. The funding invested by this initiative supports our work to improve and maintain a healthy landscape for the future of the NSW environment, landowners and farmers.
Best management practice guides
Central West Local Land Services has developed a series of best management practice guides for natural resources.
- Recognising habitat features (PDF 2MB): A guide to identifying habitat on your property.
- Reading the landscape (PDF 2.1MB): Signs of impact in conservation areas.
- Building landscape resilience (PDF 2MB): Improving the health and resilience of the local landscape.
- Fenced but not forgotten (PDF 3MB): A guide to the ongoing management of conservation areas.
- Planting your patch (PDF 2MB): A guide to revegetation on your property.