The Murray Local Land Services (LLS) region spans a range of environments, from the steep alpine slopes in the east to the vast native grasslands and riverine floodplains in the west.
Land and water resources within the Murray LLS region support diverse agricultural enterprises including cropping, grazing of sheep and cattle and horticultural production.
Much of the region’s multi-billion dollar economy depends on its natural resources.
Approximately one-third of residents are directly involved in agriculture underscoring the importance Murray LLS places on working with the local community on sustainable agricultural production and natural resource management.
Major pests affecting the Murray LLS region include wild dogs, rabbits, foxes and mice. Pest control is on the top of the list for Murray LLS.
If you are a landholder in Albury, Berrigan, Conargo, Corowa, Deniliquin, Greater Hume, lower Jerilderie, Murray, Tumbarumba, Urana or Wakool local government areas, Murray LLS is the place to go for all your local land services.
The Murray Catchment, like many catchments, is being exposed to increasing variability and change. This means that we must be pro-actively adapting to changing circumstances so that our businesses remain profitable, our environment is kept healthy and the local communities we live in remain strong and vibrant. This video is one of several that showcase some of the wonderful initiatives local champions have implemented within their catchment: