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  • Writer's pictureDave Layzell MP


The NSW Government is providing more support to landholders in the Upper Hunter electorate with an additional graduate to bolster the ranks of the Local Land Services (LLS) in the region.

Upper Hunter MP Dave Layzell said the graduate will join the LLS team for the next 12 months to deliver critical on the ground support and services to the community.
“I want to congratulate Eloise Haigh on her new role and I can’t wait to see what a big difference she will make by helping local farmers and landholders,” Mr Layzell said.

“Eloise will work alongside experienced staff to learn the ropes in areas including agriculture, biosecurity and natural resource management.”

“I’m also interested in hearing about all the new ideas she has for our region and I’m sure she will bring the latest knowledge with her.”

“Above all I’m excited to see the NSW Government investing in the frontline workers of the future and offering a program that will keep them here.”

Eloise Haigh is part of a group of 10 graduates to join LLS across the State.

Each of them will be supported by a team mentor and engage in additional learning to help them get the most out of the experience.

The next intake of Local Land Services graduates will be happening in the middle of the year.

Visit for more information on working with Local Land Services.

PICTURE CAPTION: Dave Layzell with Eloise Haigh and LLS Livestock and Nutrition specialist Therese Hogan at the Scone livestock sale.


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