Online Information Session for Fire-affected Landholders

13th May 2020

Are you a landholder in the Glen Innes and wider region whose property fences were impacted by the most recent bushfires? Does this property border public land (i.e. National Parks, public roads, travelling stock routes, tenured roads & leases)? Want to know what kind of assistance is available for replacing fencing?

Join GLENRAC this Thursday night (14th May 2020) as they speak to leading industry professionals about the key information landholders need to know about fencing in the aftermath of bushfires.

Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Officer, Iestyn Taylor, will talk about the Public Land Boundary Fencing Program, 'Supporting Our Neighbours', the NSW Government’s $209 million effort to assist landholders with the cost of rebuilding boundary fences adjoining public lands.

Ian Trow from Northern Tablelands Local Land Services Sustainable Land Management team will outline the rules and regulations surrounding clearing lines, and GLENRAC staff will discuss BlazeAi fencing assistance, as well as other opportunities available to landholders impacted by bushfire.

Register to attend this free event at bit.ly/fencingafterthefires

Need help getting online or want more information? Call the GLENRAC office on 02 6732 3443.

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