Roadside Environment Committee

The NSW Government established the NSW Roadside Environment Committee (REC) in 1994 to promote and coordinate leading practice in linear reserve environmental management across the State.

About the committee

The Roadside Environment Committee currently comprises 13 organisations with interests in the management of roadside and other linear reserves in NSW.

Member organisations are: 

The Roadside Environment Committee is supported by Roads and Maritime Services and encourages the involvement and cooperation of local councils, State Government agencies and other groups within the community for better management of the ecological, social and economic resources of linear reserves.

Contact

Roadside Environment Committee contacts are listed below:

Mr Neil Dufty
Executive Officer, NSW Roadside Environment Committee
Phone: 02 9354 0300
Mobile:  0427 130 283
Email: ndufty@molinostewart.com.au

Publications

The Roadside Environment Committee provide various publications to assist in the protection of biodiversity, as well as valuable cultural and economic resources on linear reserves throughout the State.

The Committee newsletter is published on a quarterly basis. Contact the Committee's Executive Officer to join the e-mail list or download previous editions of the newsletter from the box below.

Roadside Environment Committee Annual Report 2013-14

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - May 2015

Edition 22

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - February 2015

Edition 21

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - November 2014

Edition 20

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - August 2014

Edition 19

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - May 2014

Edition 18

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - February 2014

Edition 17

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - November 2013

Edition 16

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - August 2013

Edition 15

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - May 2013

Edition 14

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - February 2013

Edition 13

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - November 2012

Edition 12

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - August 2012

Edition 11

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - May 2012

Edition 10

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - February 2012

Edition 9

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - November 2011

Edition 8

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - August 2011

Edition 7

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - May 2011

Edition 6

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - February 2011

Edition 5

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - November 2010

Edition 4

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - August 2010

Edition 3

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - May 2010

Edition 2

NSW Roadside Environment Committee newsletter - Mar 2010

Edition 1

Roadside Environment Committee speakers kit

Proceedings of the NSW Linear Reserve Environmental Management Forum

30 October 2012

NSW Local Government Areas - Roadside vegetation management plan status

Guidelines for the development of Roadside Management Plans

Roadside assessment sheet

Excel spreadsheet

Significant Roadside Environment Area (SREA) signs - instructions

Significant Roadside Environment Area (SREA) signs - sign template

Case study: An innovative Regional Roadside Environment Toolkit

Case study: Leading practice in the environmental management of New South Wales linear reserves

Neil Dufty

Explores the role of the NSW Roadside Environment Committee

Case study: Working collaboratively to restore connectivity in the South West Slopes bioregion of New South Wales

Josie Stokes, Elisa Tack, Sarah Stuart and Kevin Roberts

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