(Please see our Events Calendar for details regarding upcoming events.)
Videoing with smart phones or tablets
Ever wanted to know how to catch good quality video on your iphone or tablet? Plus know how to edit your video and add music? Debra Novak will be at The Inverell Club, Cnr Evans & Campbell Streets, Inverell on Tuesday 18th December from 10am - 1pm. Joing the Gwymac team for ... more details
Charles Massy & Colin Seis - February 2019!
What a combination!
13 February 2019 - Charles Massey & Colin Seis in Bingara
Join Northern Slopes Landcare Association as they host Charles Massy & Colin Seis in Bingara on 13th February at The Living Classroom and North Star on 14th February at the North Star Sporting ... more details
NSW Rural Women's Gathering coming to Walcha in November 2019!
Announced December 2018!
Date Claimer for the NSW Rural Women's Network Gathering in Walcha November 2019!!
The NSW Rural Women's Network has been awarded $30,000 in funding in order to host the NSW Rural Women's Gathering in Walcha over the weekend of 1-3 November, 2019.<... more details
Pasture Walk & Talk - Tenterfield
This time the Pasture ID and management walk and talk will be conducted by Dr Judi Earl (Agricultural Information and Monitoring Services) and Georgie Oakes (NT LLS Pasture Agronomist) at Steinbrook Hall, Billirimba Road, Steinbrook on Monday 10th December from 8:30am to 12:30pm. Morning te... more details
Looking at Legumes Information Event
Please join Glenrac and the Grassland Society of NSW Inc at the Glen Innes Agricultural & Research Station on 444 Strathbogie Road, Glen Innes on Monday 10th December from 5:30pm - 8pm to learn more about legumes in pastures on the New England.
You are welcome to bring along some legu... more details
Bush4Birds - Trees on Small Farms
Southern New England Landcare would like to invite you to attend the property Eastlake at Uralla from 9:30am to 3:00pm on Saturday 1st December. This event is free and a picnic lunch will be provided. Come and listen to Bush for Birds ornithologist Andrew Hugget talk about habitat des... more details
Pasture Walk & Talk - Armidale
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services would like to invite you to join Wal Walley (Grassland Ecologist) and Georgie Oakes (NT LLS) for a Pasture ID and management walk and talk on Friday 30th November at Dangarsleigh Hall, 874 Dangarsleigh Road. The day will start at 8:30am and conclude a... more details
Ladies in Livestock - Nov/Dec 2018
Ladies in Livestock are coming to a town near you! This round of workshops will include topics on:
- NLIS and LPA - why, when and how to
- Pastures and weed identification with Georgie Oaks and Jonathan Lawson
- Rural Crime Prevention - NSW Police
Women Like Us Comedy Night - Warialda
2 Hours of rapid fire, outrageously honest, delightfully irreverent comdedy with Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs.
6pm for 6:30pm start at Warialda Town Hall.
$25 for a 3 course meal and show.
Guest Speakers include Phoebe Nelson HealthWISE dietitian talking 'Gut Health & ... more details
Women Like Us Comedy Night - Guyra
2 Hours of Rapid Fire, Outrageously Honest, Delightfully Irreverent Comedy!!!!
Mandy Nolan and Ellen Briggs.
6pm for 6:30pm start, Guyra Community Hall, Guyra Showgrounds.
$25 includes 3 course meal and show.
Guest Speakers include Anna Hicks HealthWISE Dietitian t... more details
Cool Country Koala Workshop - Tenterfield
The Tenterfield area has lots of key koala habitat and Baxter the Detection Dog from University of the Sunshine Coast is assisting Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to identify areas where koalas are living in order to protect and enhance their habitat.
Join in with like minded peop... more details
Cool Country Koala Workshop - Emmaville Central School
Come and see Baxter the detection dog in action as NT LLS and the University of the Sunshine Coast invite you to attend a Cool Country Koala workshop on Monday 19th November from 11:00am - 1:00pm at the Emmaville Central School, 20/28 Park Road, Emmaville.
The Cool Country Koala Project i... more details
Digging Deeper Soils Course
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services is offering landholders an opportunity to engage in a 5 day course on soils that will be co-delivered by NT LLS and Soil Land Food on farm. The course will be held in the Inverell and Guyra areas and give participants experience in reading soil tests ... more details
Mapping Australia's Livestock Future
You are invited to attend a FREE workshop hosted by Northern Tablelands Local Land Services and facilitated by market analyst Simon Quilty. All events will run from 6:00pm - 9:00pm
- Walcha Golf Club - Tuesday 13 November
- Glen Innes Showground Tearooms - Wednesday 14t... more details
No Need for Gumboots - Animal Nutrition Sessions Coming Up
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services and Riverina Stockfeeds are running a series of animal nutrition sessions to help landholders manage livestock in dry conditions.
Dates and venues:
Tenterfield: Wednesday 13 June 2018 from 8:00 – 10:30am at Tenterfield... more details
Using Sacrifice Paddocks to Protect Pastures
Georgie Oakes – Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Pasture Agronomist
The main objectives through these tough seasonal conditions should be your own well-being, the welfare of livestock, the maintenance of the farm business and the productive resources of the farm &nda... more details
Looking After Livestock During Dry Times - Welfare Considerations
Nigel Brown, Northern Tablelands Local Land Services District Vet - Glen Innes
Most producers work hard to look after their livestock, especially when it’s very dry... but a few don’t. Livestock below a Body Condition Score of 1 (BCS1) could result in animal w... more details
Follow Your Farm Biosecurity Plan in Dry Conditions
As seasonal conditions worsen many landholders are bringing feed onto their farms from external sources, including interstate. This poses significant biosecurity risks and highlights the value of the farm biosecurity plan.
A farm biosecurity plan ... more details
Music Connects on Country
Three days in the bush created strong ties to culture and country with a recent Didgeridoo workshop coordinated by Anaiwan Local Aboriginal Land Council.
The activity, funded by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme, offered the 14 like-minded men of all ages the c... more details
PUBLIC NOTICE: 1080 Aerial and Ground Baiting For Wild Dog Control 2018
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and Forestry Corporation of NSW wish to advise they will be carrying out 1080 poison aerial and ground baiting for wild dog control, commencing 16 May and to be completed by the 30 June 2018.
This baiting ... more details
Drought - A Few Things to Remember
Nigel Brown, Geoff Green and Beth Brown - Northern Tablelands LLS
The January to April 2018 period was the driest first quarter of the year for NSW as a whole since 1986. Few places across the Northern Tablelands have had a typical growing season and much of the area... more details
Bright, Young Minds at Property Planning Field Day
The future of resilient agriculture is in good hands judging by the enthusiasm at the 2018 Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Schools Property Planning Field Day.
Over 140 agriculture students immersed themselves in the 21st annual property planning program on the Glen Inn... more details
Reconciliation Statement Launched in Inverell
Chair of the Local Land Services Board, Richard Bull, launched the organisation’s Reconciliation Statement in Inverell today.
It was launched as part of the Northern Tablelands Aboriginal Reference Advisory Group meeting with representatives from the local Aboriginal communities in ... more details
Alert for Three-Day Sickness
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services urges cattle producers to be vigilant for signs of Three-day Sickness in stock after numerous cases have been reported around the Inverell district. Otherwise known as Bovine Ephemeral Fever, the virus is spread by biting midges and is normally associated w... more details
A Bit of TLC for TSRs
Travelling Stock Reserves (TSRs) have long been a valuable resource for farmers when times get tough. Now, the stretches of grazing land alongside our roads and property boundaries are getting extra attention under the Protecting Biodiversity on TSRs in the Northern Tablelands Project.
Th... more details
First Release of Captive-Hatched Baby Bell’s Turtles Marks Successful Year
Over 100 baby Bell’s Turtles will provide a major boost to the wild population of this endangered species after being released into the Macdonald River at seven sites near Bendemeer, north of Tamworth, today.
The release of turtle hatchlings through the Turtles Forever... more details
Shop Locally... For Your Livestock
Geoff Green, Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Biosecurity Officer
One of the best biosecurity controls you can implement on your farm is “shop locally”.
You are more likely to understand the local issues and you will know what to ... more details
River Tours Educate & Fascinate
It isn’t every day you have a chance to cradle a platypus. This rare opportunity was offered by Northern Tablelands Local Land Services to landholders and the community during a recent kayak tour, designed to help landholders understand more about the value of our river systems to landscape... more details
Expressions of Interest are open in the Northern Inland of NSW
The NSW Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from landholders interested in diversifying their incomes by earning annual conservation management payments for conserving biodiversity on their property.
EOIs are open today (20 March 2018) i... more details
Water-Way Weeds in the Spotlight on the Dumaresq River
Two ornamental plants introduced to Australia a century ago have Northern Tablelands Local Land Services and Inverell Shire Council working hard to tackle these invasive species along the Dumaresq River.
Outlying patches spread from a large containment zone of Cat’s Claw Creeper and... more details
More communities take the bait and commit to long term pest control
Aerial baiting programs, targeting wild dogs, are being launched across NSW during the next few months in a community-wide, co-ordinated bid to reduce attacks on livestock and protect native fauna.
The programs will be rolled out across seven of the state’s 11 Local Land Servic... more details
Have your say on the management of pest animals in the Northern Tablelands
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services is encouraging interested individuals and organisations to have their say on the draft Northern Tablelands Regional Strategic Pest Animal Management Plan.
The economic impact of invasive species including wild rabbits, carp, pigs, foxes, dogs, goats... more details
Seeding the Future: Local Land Services Seed Bank Stocks Up
It seems remarkable something as small as a seed has the capacity to renew and repair our native ecosystems.
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services (LLS) has just completed its fourth year of community seed collecting workshops, funded by NSW Catchment Action, to increase community educa... more details
Explore the River by Kayak with Local Land Services
Northern Tablelands Local Land Services is giving the local community a unique opportunity to explore the wildlife and ecology of our beautiful waterways.
Local Land Services is hosting a guided kayak tour of Lake Inverell on Tuesday 6 March, and a tour of the Gwydir River at ‘Swan ... more details
Feeding Strategies for Early Weaning
Advice from Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Officer (Beef Cattle) – Jason Siddell
There has been a bit of storm rain about (and let’s hope it continues) but there is, of course, a lag between rainfall and feed growth. Early weaning is a tool that can be used b... more details
Wean Earlier & Reap the Rewards this Season!
Advice from Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Officer (Beef Cattle) – Jason Siddell
With dry seasonal conditions continuing, and above average temperatures forecast many cattle producers will be, and if not, should be developing management and marketing strategies to ... more details
Planning for Success of your Next Crop or Pasture
Glen Uebergang – Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Mixed Farming Officer
The most productive crops or pastures require a successful plant establishment, but that all depends on timely rainfall, right? Sure, sufficient moisture is fundam... more details
Local Land Services: Rates Provide Essential Services
Landholders across NSW are currently receiving their Local Land Services rates notices in the mail.
Rates are a vital source of income for Local Land Services—supporting the organisation’s biosecurity, emergency response and animal health work across NSW.
Rates will in... more details
Help stop the spread of pest fish Tilapia
The Murray Darling Basin is under threat from invasion by the pest fish Tilapia.
Landholders, fishers and river users are encouraged to be on the lookout for Tilapia in the Northern Tablelands region. Tilapia are widespread in many coastal catchments of QLD and parts of northern NSW and a... more details