Landholders in the Riverina have until August 30 to submit Expressions Of Interest to work alongside Riverina Local Land Services on a number of projects across the region.
Paddock shade and shelter: Incentives are available to landholders to take positive actions to protect, restore and establish native paddock trees. Farm dams for biodiversity: This project will work with farmers to improve the water quality and biodiversity values of farm dams as well as improve grazing management adjacent to the dam. Saving our Squirrel Gliders: Funding is available for works that promote habitat and protection of Squirrel Gliders, including revegetation and fencing. Landholder training - saving dollars, making sense: This project is designed to assist landholders to undertake training courses in a group environment.
EOIs are to be completed online at https://riverina.lls.nsw.gov.au/ or by contacting the Wagga Riverina Local Land Services office on 02 6923 6300.