There's something weedy on my property
13 May 2022
SMALL FARMS - MAY 2022 - PESTS & WEEDS
By Tara Pitman
Regional Weeds Coordinator
P: 02 6051 2250 | M: 0448 390 288 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever found a weed, had trouble identifying it or not known what to do about it? Don’t worry, you’re not alone!
In NSW, Local Control Authorities (also known as LCAs which include Local Councils and County Councils) are here to help.
Your local council Biosecurity (weed) officer is responsible for enforcing the Biosecurity legislation and responding to cases where weeds are not being managed or may pose a biosecurity risk.
They can help by:
- conducting weed inspections on public and private property
- providing weed management education, training and resources
- administering, ensuring compliance and addressing breaches with the relevant legislation and Acts.
If you are looking for more information on a specific weed, check out the NSW WeedWise app or website – Get the free weeds app (nsw.gov.au)
And don’t forget, your local council Biosecurity (weed) officer is there to help. Please contact your local council office or where applicable via the local council generic email or an online form that can be found on the council website.
Preventing the spread of weeds protects our native plants and animals and our land, water and food production in NSW. Weeds can take over precious habitats and threaten our industries and livelihoods. We need your help to stop them!
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