Hunter Local Land Services
Hunter Local Land Services delivers services and programs that add value to local industries, enhance natural resources, protect primary production from pests and disease, and help local communities prepare for and respond to emergencies, such as flood and fire.
The Hunter Local Land Services region covers an area of 33,000 square kilometres east of the Great Dividing Range, from the dramatic sandstone escarpments and gorges of the Goulburn River, to the rich alluvial floodplains of the Hunter and Williams Rivers.
Local Land Services is a regional-focused NSW Government agency delivering quality customer services to farmers, landholders and the wider community. Across each region LLS helps people make better decisions about the land they manage and assist rural and regional communities to be profitable and sustainable into the future.
The Biomass for Bioenergy project of the NSW Climate Change Fund is investigating opportunities for increasing the amount of sustainable biomass use in NSW with a focus on electricity generation. The purpose of the project is to identify available and potential feedstocks for bioenergy generation at varying scales, with an understanding of techno-economic and social constraints.
The NSW Government has developed a strategic statement on coal exploration and mining in NSW
Public consultation is underway on operational rehabilitation reforms
Key drought resources for the Upper Hunter