Other publications that are relevant to native vegetation management in NSW include:
Native vegetation reforms
Environmental outcomes assessment protocols
Vulnerable or state protected land
Invasive native scrub
Clause 20 (formerly clause 28) policies
Under the Native Vegetation Regulation 2013 (clause 65 – Savings and transitional provisions), clause 28 policies adopted under the Native Vegetation Regulation 2005 will continue to have effect until they are revoked by the Minister.
- Rehabilitating Native Groundcover in the Western Catchment (PDF 50KB).
- Management Techniques of Pasture Cropping, No Kill Cropping, Water Spreading, Water Ponding and Contour Furrowing in the Lachlan, Central West, Border Rivers-Gwydir and Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authority areas (PDF 125KB).
- Revegetation involving minor clearing of native vegetation in the Central West, Hawkesbury-Nepean, Hunter-Central Rivers, Lachlan, Lower Murray Darling, Murray, Murrumbidgee, Namoi, Northern Rivers and Southern Rivers Catchment Management Authorities (PDF 64KB).
The Minister for the Environment may list a species of native plant as a feral native species for specific land.
Landholders can clear listed feral native species without approval from their catchment management authority (CMA), provided that they adhere to simple conditions.
Clearing a listed feral native species is a Routine Agricultural Management Activity (RAMA) under the Native Vegetation Act 2003.
Please read through each listing to understand the conditions.
For more information contact your regional Local Land Services office.
Listed feral native species
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Page last updated: 20 February 2015