Apps and new campsites are among the solutions Victorian farmers have presented to the Victorian Government as it works to allow camping on licensed river frontages.
- Farmers are suggesting a range of measures to achieve a compromise as the government moves to make good on an election promise
- The VFF is concerned the debate over river frontage access has already strained relationships among the interested parties
- A Nationals MP says farmers should not have to “police” riverfronts or clean up “other people’s defecated business”
Consultation yesterday ended on regulations that would underpin the state government’s election commitment allowing people to camp on Crown river frontages that have been licensed to farmers for grazing.
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