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Native Vegetation self-assessable codes of practice - This consultation is now closed

The NSW Government is reforming native vegetation management in NSW to deliver multiple benefits and strike the right balance between efficient agricultural management and protecting the environment.

In response to recommendations made to government, self-assessable codes of practice that cover low risk clearing activities were drafted for public consultation.

Public consultation has ended for self-assessable codes relating to thinning native vegetation, clearing isolated paddock trees in a cultivated area and clearing invasive native species. The three new self-assessable codes have been released and are a significant next step to changing the way we do business, and placing trust in landholders to manage their own land in a sustainable way.

As other codes are drafted they will be exhibited for comment here.

This is the next step in an ongoing process to reform the rules governing native vegetation in NSW.

The NSW Government is reforming native vegetation management in NSW to deliver multiple benefits and strike the right balance between efficient agricultural management and protecting the environment.

In response to recommendations made to government, self-assessable codes of practice that cover low risk clearing activities were drafted for public consultation.

Public consultation has ended for self-assessable codes relating to thinning native vegetation, clearing isolated paddock trees in a cultivated area and clearing invasive native species. The three new self-assessable codes have been released and are a significant next step to changing the way we do business, and placing trust in landholders to manage their own land in a sustainable way.

As other codes are drafted they will be exhibited for comment here.

This is the next step in an ongoing process to reform the rules governing native vegetation in NSW.

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