$7 million in grants for community environmental projects
Posted: March 8th, 2023
The State Government is offering $7 million for community land and water conservation initiatives through its 2023 Community Stewardship Grants program.
First Nations organisations, schools, natural resource management (NRM) groups, local governments, community resource centres and recognised biosecurity groups can apply.
Small grants between $1000 and $50,000 are available for short-term projects and large grants from $50,000 to $450,000 are on offer for longer term activities.
Examples of eligible activities include capturing or implementing Traditional Knowledge of Country, dealing with invasive species, sustainable or regenerative agriculture, remnant vegetation protection, revegetation, threatened species protection, data collection, information sharing, planning, research, technical advice, infrastructure and training and skills development.
Applications close midday, 1 May – visit the State Government’s grant information page for details.