Riverina landholders asked to flag their interest in LLS services
08 Nov 2021
Riverina Local Land Services is calling out for landholders to let it know what information and assistance they need to manage their land.
The organisation has launched an online support tool for landholders to both understand what support is available, and flag their interest in specific programs, training and information, said Riverina Local Land Services General Manager, Ray Willis.
“As an organisation, we offer a diverse range of services and funding to support land management, whether for agricultural production, the environment or Aboriginal cultural protection,” Mr Willis said.
“This form is the starting point for land managers to access services to improve their skills and knowledge, as well as on-ground incentives.
“Think of it as a concierge service, by filling in a quick form and flagging your interest, our staff will contact you to give details on how to access the services you need.
“This allows our team to start you on the way to accessing services and support programs to support your land management.”
Landholders can use the online form to access services offered by Local Land Services, including managing natural resource management, sustainable agriculture, pest animal control, livestock health, travelling stock reserves and managing native vegetation.
To be eligible for round one of our 2021-22 program, please complete and submit this form by 30 November 2021.
To find out more and complete an application, please visit www.lls.nsw.gov.au/riverina
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