THE region's farmers are being encouraged to make the most of their property's natural assets via a new funding program.
Projects aimed at preserving soils, native fauna and ecosystems may be eligible for a new round of grants from North West Local Land Services (NWLLS).
The funds will be delivered from both the federal and state governments and follow NWLLS' Check Ready Grow program.
NWLLS team leader Sara Chapman said farmers could register via their website for a series of webinars staring on July 15 would give landholders inspiration for what can be achieved through the program.
"There has been a lot of exciting projects delivered through the Check Ready Grow program and we are hopeful this year's version of the program will be no different," Ms Chapman said.
"A lot of farmers and landholders have pre-existing ideas to help boost their natural assets and the purpose of these webinars is to help them align those ideas with their on-farm goals.
"We will be working with Rebecca Fing from House Paddock Training and Consulting to deliver the webinars again and they should be really beneficial."
Ms Chapman said successful applicants could use the funding to initiate a number of works including tree planting, soil erosion management and fencing for grazing management.
"It is a really diverse grant opportunity in terms of what can be done with the funding," she said.
"I think it's all about helping farmers make the most of their natural assets and this program is a great way of doing that."
The funds can also be used for training programs that focus on regenerative agriculture, grazing management, and soil health.
"I think being able to use the funds for training purposes in the long-term is a really great feature of the program," Ms Chapman said.
"It enables farmers to hone in on their on-farm goals while obtaining the knowledge for the long term.
"Hopefully we can have a really strong turnout during the webinars and continue on with the success we had last year."
For more information or to register for the webinars visit: www.lls.nsw.gov.au/regions/north-west