Measuring What Matters

We want to hear from you!

At Local Land Services we aim to provide services which support you to manage your property in a bio-secure, profitable and sustainable manner.

We want to help you achieve your goals! To do this we need to:

  • evaluate the value of our information
  • the usefulness of our services
  • and the impact of our support on your land management practices.

To get this information we are asking our customers to sign up for our Measuring What Matters Project, which includes a 15 minute survey as well as a follow-up survey each year for 5 years, where we will ask questions on how you:

  • manage threats on your property
  • manage natural and production assets
  • prepare for change and emergencies.

We will use the findings to give you better information and services to support you into the future.

Sign up to participate in the project.

For more information, email measuringwhatmatters@lls.nsw.gov.au

To maintain your privacy, your responses will be pooled and anonymised in published reports. Please read the privacy collection notice for more information about how we handle your information.

Congratulations winners from Western

We recently ran a competition in the Western region to encourage landholders to complete the Measuring What Matters survey. In total, 50 people participated in the competition from 3-17 May 2024.

The first prize winner of the Engel 38 litre eclipse fridge/freezer valued at $939 is Michael Smith who completed the survey at Agfair in Broken Hill, congratulations Michael. The runner-up winners of the YETI ramblers valued at $40 each are Tegan Barton, Sonia Carey, Britt Anderson and Emily Pluckhahn.

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