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LLS election dates announced
NSW Minister for Primary Industries , Katrina Hodgkinson, today announced the inaugural Local Land Services (LLS) elections will take place on 12 march 2014, with nominations for Board member positions now open. "This is an important opportunity for rate payers to have a say in who can best represent the needs and priorities of their region," Ms Hodgkinson said.

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Enrol to vote for LLS elections
LLS CHAIR CALLS ON LOCALS TO MAKE THEIR VOTE COUNT Chair of the North West Local Land Services (LLS), Mr. Conrad Bolton, today called on local farmers and land managers to enrol now to vote ahead of the 2014 LLS board elections. The success of LLS hinges on strong local representation and now the local community has the opportunity to contribute and shape this new organisation," Mr Bolton said today. "We are now taking enrolments for the LLS electoral role as well as nominations to stand as a candidate to be on the North West LLS Board."

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NW LLS GM announced
Another crucial step has been taken towards the implementation of the North West Local Land Services. Mr Conrad Bolton, Chairman, has announced the appointment of Mr. Ken Flower to the role of General Manager, and stated “Ken who is based in Narrabri comes to the North West LLS with the right local and international experience to manage one of the largest and most productive LLS regions in the NSW.”

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2014 Property planning competition announced
2014 is the last time the famous schools property planning competition under the Namoi CMA banner. The competition, starting in its present form in 1997 under the Department of Land and Water Conservation has not only survived but grown under the guidance of Namoi CMA.

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Special Place Packs released for teachers
A new educational resource has been developed by Namoi CMA to help teachers and students understand some of the special places in the Namoi Catchment.
Col Easton, youth nrm coordinator, described the packs as a great way for teachers to help students understand the value of these places.
"They are not only great places to visit but they are vital for helping to maintain the landscape around them. The packs explain how this happens and why it is important to look after these special sites." He said.

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Namoi CAP 2013 Update
The Board has approved the release of the updated Catchment Action Plan (CAP). Five documents have been completed which detail the latest plan for natural resource management in the Catchment as agreed by the community.
The five documents include a summary of the CAP, the CAP itself, Supplementary document 1 which contains the underpinning evidence, Supplementary Document 2 a sub regional resilience assessment and Supplementary Document 3, a preliminary general resilience assessment.

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Local Land Services commences January 2014
Local Land Services commences January 2014
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Namoi Catchment Action Plan updated
Namoi Catchment Action Plan updated
Apps - Ground Cover & Frog Croaker Apps On Google Play & App Store
Apps - Ground Cover & Frog Croaker Apps On Google Play & App Store
2014 Schools Property Planning
2014 Schools Property Planning

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