Coming activities & news

Coal mine at Bylong Valley - read our submission


20170518 R040-17 Bylong Coal Project

For more on CWEC submission, go to the Submissions page


NEXT MEETING
The next meeting will be on Sunday 6th August 2017 at Fossil House, Wellington Covers at 10 am - mid afternoon.

The Safeguard Our Crown Lands Forum, Bathurst May 13th,  was a great success
and there is a report and photos on the 'Activities' page.
 

ACTION NEEDED ON TSRs.
The Local Land Services is asking for your opinion on the values of Travelling Stock Reserves.  I can't over stress the importance of your input into those process to prevent TSRs with conservation, cultural, educational or recreation value being handed back to the Lands Dept. for possible disposal.

A public consultation paper has been released with input sought from the community.

Read through the consultation paper and the discussion points raised and have your say on the future of the TSR network in NSW.

To assist in responding to the discussion points raised in the consultation paper, the government has created an online mapping tool to allow you to investigate TSRs in your local area. The mapping tool is available through the following link:  TSR Web Spatial Tool.
The 2017 AGM will be held during the public forum on crown lands and travelling stock reserves on Saturday May 13th in Bathurst.

Venue:  Rahamim Ecology Centre,  34 Busby Street, South Bathurst.

Time:  9 am until 5.30 pm.  the AGM will be held during the afternoon tea break.

AS THIS IS A CATERED EVENT, NUMBERS ARE NEEDED BY WEDNESDAY 10TH may 

See Coming Events for more information.










The Central West Environment Council

Bug Watch Central West Environment Council (CWEC) is an umbrella organization representing conservation groups and individuals in central west NSW working to protect the local environment for future generations.

Groups from all over the central west, such as Dubbo, Mudgee, Lithgow, Rylstone, Capertee, Bathurst and Orange are represented.

We meet quarterly, usually on the first Sunday of the month at various locations around the region.