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Grants and funding

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

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Our funding programs

Managing priority weed threats in the Western region

Landholders and community groups are encouraged to apply for funding to undertake weed control works on land located within the Western Local Land Services region.

The Western Weed Management program seeks to improve and sustain the condition of natural resources in the Western Local Land Services region by implementing control measures for weeds.

The Western Weed Management program will compliment the Western Regional Strategic Weed Management Plan 2017-2022 with a listing of applicable weed threats to this funding program.

Those interested in applying are encouraged to read the Guidelines and Conditions, which can be found by clicking here (DOC 713 KB).

Expressions of interest (EOI) must be submitted by 5 pm EST Friday, 13 October. EOI forms can be found by clicking here (1.03MB).

For more information, contact Senior Land Services Officer, Brian Dohnt on (02) 6836 1575.

Western region small land management grants

Grants of up to $5,000 addressing the following investment themes are now available:

  • training, education and community activities.

Note that the following financial limits apply to the small land management grants program:

  • individuals may receive a maximum of $5,000 per financial year. If you have successfully completed a project you may reapply if you have not reached the individual limit.
  • groups may receive a maximum of $5,000 per property involved per financial year. If a group has successfully completed a project they may reapply to the funding category if the group has not reached the limit.

Training, education and community activities

Training activities: funding for individuals or groups to attend or arrange training related to natural resource management (NRM) practices. This activity is about achieving a positive change in land management.

Educational activities: funding for education providers to conduct a NRM activity with their students. This activity is about raising awareness of NRM issues in the community.

Community activities: funding for groups to conduct a NRM activity or to support a community event with a NRM theme. This activity is about raising awareness of NRM issues in the community.

Application process:

Programs are continually open for applications until funding allocations are exhausted. Applications will be assessed monthly.

Application form for training activities (DOC 335KB)

Application form for education activities (DOC 332KB)

Application form for community activities (DOC 332KB)

Revised guidelines for training, education and community activities (DOC 342KB)

For further information, contact the grant managers:

  • training and communities - Kyra Roach (02) 6870 8626
  • education activities - Kaye Gottschutzke (03) 5021 9409.

Total Grazing Pressure Projects

Projects can no longer be submitted. For more information contact Land Services Team Leader, Jennifer Azevedo (02) 6870 8622.

Relevant documents