A major area for grazing and broadacre crops, our region is home to horticulture, viticulture and fruit and vegetable producers.
Key achievements from Local Land Services' first year of operation are outlined in a publication that highlights statewide results as well as case studies from the 11 regions.
The Central Tablelands LLS is calling for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Long Term Grazing Permits (LTGP) on Travelling Stock Reserves within the Mudgee, Molong and Orange areas. Persons interested in applying for LTGPs must lodge applications through the NSW Trade & Investment eTender web site.
Heavy rainfall and humid conditions have been experienced across Australian grape growing regions recently. Such conditions greatly increase the risk of Botrytis and other bunch rots.
Assisting landholders protect and enhance the condition and connectivity of native vegetation and ecosystems along the western edge of the Blue Mountains escarpment. From the Capertee Valley in the north to the Tuglow River in the south.
Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus (CGMMV) was recently detected in watermelon crops in the Northern Territory. This is an exotic plant pest and a national biosecurity response is now occurring.
Four online tools are now available to help landholders determine what clearing they can undertake.
Events in our region
Find out what events are being run by the Central Tablelands LLS and our partners.
- Agriculture industry representatives sought
01 December 2014
- Want to know more about paddock plants?
12 November 2014
- Tropical pastures in the Mudgee area
10 November 2014
- Rural Living Handbook Released
25 October 2014
- Major Spring Wild Dog Offensive
22 October 2014
- Dos and don'ts on the Stock Route
30 September 2014