The national, State and local governments provide continuing opportunities to be involved in the laws designed to protect the environment.
- Landholders can make Property Vegetation Plans (PVPs) with the NSW Government for a variety of reasons, including to protect native vegetation on their land, to get approval for clearing activities, and to apply for native vegetation incentive funding. PVPs are voluntary agreements. For more information about PVPs, visit the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage website, or see our Fact Sheet on clearing vegetation.
- Visit the Australian Government’s public consultation portal, where a range of proposals that may relate to native vegetation are exhibited for public comment.
- Engage in the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Community Engagement Forum, where a range of environment and heritage initiatives that may relate to native vegetation are discussed.
- Visit the NSW Government’s Have Your Say website, where a range of proposals that may relate to native vegetation are discussed, and exhibited for public comment.