NSW DPI has activated a new specialist Primary Industries Liaison Team and launched an online resource to help the State’s $15.9 billion primary industries sector navigate the challenges and impacts of COVID-19.
High rainfall during the first two weeks of February 2020 weakened drought conditions across much of eastern NSW.
NSW DPI meat scientist Dr Benjamin Holman was honoured with a Science and Innovation Award at the 2020 ABARES Outlook Conference.
Have Your Say. DPI is seeking feedback on existing commercial fisheries regulations. Submissions close at Midnight, Friday 1 May 2020.
Now open for public consultation. Have your say before 21 June 2020.
Heavy rainfall is expected across many parts of the State, which can cause poor water quality as organic matter and ash runs into waterways. These conditions increase the risk of fish deaths in already stressed river systems. If you observe dead fish in your local waterways you can report them by calling 1800 043 536.
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