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Farmers' voices to be heard

NSW Farmers is inviting farmers to have their say about changes to the Government's native vegetation laws by attending one of its upcoming meetings across NSW.

The closest workshop to the Clarence Valley will be held at the Casino RSM Club next Tuesday from 1pm-3.30pm

NSW Farmers President Fiona Simson says the Association has developed a Green Paper on the issue and has a list of recommendations for changes to the laws.

Minister for the Environment The Hon. Robyn Parker MP announced the commencement of a 12 month statutory review of the Native Vegetation Management Regulations on 13 September.

The NSW Farmers workshop material will also be available online for members to review at www.nswfarmers.org.au.

The workshops are free and open to all members and non-members who pre-register by calling the NSW Farmers on 1300 794 000.

 

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