NSW farmers can review land clearing: govt
By Ethan James AAP
NSW farmers will be able to review land-clearing legislation affecting their properties once detailed maps are released next year, Primary Industries Minister Niall Blair has confirmed.
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Drastic changes needed before farmers back biodiversity reforms
NSW Farmers cannot back the State Government's draft biodiversity reforms unless drastic changes are made.
Ahead of the closing of a six-week public submission process, NSW Farmers has called for sweeping changes to the draft laws.
Association President, Mr Derek Schoen, said the current draft le— Continue reading
NSW Farmers must make their voices heard
NSW Farmers Association has been campaigning for over 20 years for land reform changes that allow farmers to better use their land and safeguard their livelihoods.
Now we need your help to secure the landmark reforms we've long been fighting for.
On Tuesday 28 June, pu— Continue reading
NSW Farmers to host biodiversity reform consultation forums
NSW Farmers Association has today announced six community consultation forums to be held across key native vegetation regions, from 16th May to 3rd June, as part of its #Farmers4LandReform campaign.
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Farmers paint the whole picture on native veg
The NSW Farmers Association today launched a state-wide education and awareness campaign to give the public 'the whole picture' on proposed new biodiversity reforms.
The campaign, #Farmers4LandReform, will get the rural story on our metropolitan TVs and will allow every NSW citizen to understa— Continue reading
#Farmers4LandReform TV commercial goes live across Sydney metro stations
People in Sydney are being encouraged to 'Get the whole picture' on proposed new native veg laws in a new TV commercial airing across major television stations over the coming weeks. See for yourself at:
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Native Vegetation Act must go
The NSW Farmers Association today reiterated its support for repeal of the unworkable and detrimental Native Vegetation Act for the farmers and environment of NSW.
The NSW Government today released a draft biodiversity legislation reform package designed to deliver better land management practices— Continue reading