Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans

Have your say on the management of weeds in New South Wales

The NSW Government has allocated more than $11 million in funding for weed management throughout the state.

Regional strategic weed management plans have been established to set the vision for weed management over the next five years.

The plans address key biosecurity risks at a regional level and propose strategies and actions aligned with the Biosecurity Act 2015 to commence mid 2017. For more information on the NSW Biosecurity legislative framework visit www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/biosecurityact.

Each regional plan has been developed collaboratively through regional weed committees and alongside Local Land Services, established strategies and actions to achieve goals that focus on shared responsibility for weed management, sustainable landscapes and collaborative leadership and innovation.

The plans will guide resource allocation and investment in the region and provide a consistent basis for regional planning and delivery.

Key aspects of Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans include:

  • weed management in the region
  • weed risk assessment and prioritisation
  • plan Implementation
  • measurements of success.

Download and read through your regional plan and have your say about the shared responsibility of weed management.

The plan will be on public exhibition until 8 March 2017.

Have your say on the management of weeds in New South Wales

The NSW Government has allocated more than $11 million in funding for weed management throughout the state.

Regional strategic weed management plans have been established to set the vision for weed management over the next five years.

The plans address key biosecurity risks at a regional level and propose strategies and actions aligned with the Biosecurity Act 2015 to commence mid 2017. For more information on the NSW Biosecurity legislative framework visit www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/biosecurityact.

Each regional plan has been developed collaboratively through regional weed committees and alongside Local Land Services, established strategies and actions to achieve goals that focus on shared responsibility for weed management, sustainable landscapes and collaborative leadership and innovation.

The plans will guide resource allocation and investment in the region and provide a consistent basis for regional planning and delivery.

Key aspects of Regional Strategic Weed Management Plans include:

  • weed management in the region
  • weed risk assessment and prioritisation
  • plan Implementation
  • measurements of success.

Download and read through your regional plan and have your say about the shared responsibility of weed management.

The plan will be on public exhibition until 8 March 2017.