Eligible primary producers in LGAs affected by the recent NSW bushfires can now access Special Disaster Grants - Bushfires.
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.
Information, resources and support on bushfire response and recovery for NSW primary producers.
Bushfire affected landholders and community members seeking emergency fodder, emergency water, livestock or domestic animal assessment are urged to call 1800 814 647
Widespread drought conditions continued to impact NSW during November 2019. The main impacts include livestock feed deficits, water shortages and low crop yields.
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