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Grants and funding

We fund landholders, groups, organisations and individuals to improve their enterprise and local environment by better managing our natural resources.

Western Region Training Grants — postponed


Due to the postponement or cancellation of courses, workshops, conferences and alike, as well as the restrictions in place regarding travel and public gatherings in response to COVID-19, the 'Western Region Training Grants' have been postponed until further notice.

Landholders that planned to apply for funding for any training they had already attended or paid for in the 2019/20 financial year, or who were looking to purchase information resources such as training books, course information and computer software that is linked to training they have previously undertaken, should still contact Senior Field Officer, Claudia Bryant on 0448 796 109 or email to discuss further.

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Applications can be made for funding for any training that has or will occur in the 2019/20 financial year, up to a maximum of $10,000 contribution per landholder or group.

Some of the items that would be eligible through this grant program include:

  • fees to attend a course, workshop, conference or similar
  • purchasing information resources such as training books, course information and computer software.

Applications must be submitted by 8 May 2020.

Subsidies will be funded through a limited funding source based on date of submission and eligibility, rather than competitively assessed. For further information contact Senior Field Officer, Claudia Bryant on 0448 796 109 or email.

The grant is made possible thanks to funding from Catchment Action NSW.

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Landholders have a wonderful opportunity to receive assistance to participate in or run a training activity relevant to biosecurity, agriculture or natural resource management.