Grants and funding
Managing Sustainable Practice Change in Agriculture Grants 2016-17
Opening again March 2017.
Agriculture and farming systems based groups on Eyre Peninsula are invited to submit an application for small grants (up to $4,000 exclusive of GST) from the Australian Government National Landcare Funding, under the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board 'Managing Sustainable Practice Change in Agriculture' grants round.
To see the the application guidelines of the past round and look at eligibility criteria see link below:
Important: Please read the application guidelines thoroughly before starting your application.
If you have questions about applying, or require an application form in Word document format, please contact Mary Crawford, Sustainable Agriculture Project Officer, phone: 0407 187 878, email: email@example.com
Read about the local projects funded in the 2015-16 funding round.
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Natural Resources Centre - Port Lincoln, phone 8688 3111.
Annual NRM Grants 2016
Successful grant recipients will be announced towards the end of July 2016.
Background: The Annual NRM Grants are supported through funding from the Australian Governments National Landcare Programme. Each year Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula, on behalf of the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board, opens a grant round to invite community group applications that address these themes:
- protection native vegetation
- work with aquaculture and fishing industries
- work with Local Council to improve coastal access management / erosion control / weed control / and water sensitive urban design.
For further information please email us at email@example.com or to speak with a Senior NRM Officer about future Annual NRM Grants
Want to read about who was funded last year? Check out the local community based Natural Resource Management projects funding in 2015.
Weena mooga (women together) Natural Resources Grants
Currently closed (31 August 2015)
In 2015 Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula released it's first round of ‘Weena mooga (women together)’ grants, to groups who were looking to undertake activities that impact positively on natural resources and focus on Aboriginal culture awareness on Eyre Peninsula.
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Natural Resources Centre - Port Lincoln on phone 8688 3111 and ask to speak with the Aboriginal Partnerships Team Leader about the 'Weena mooga (women together) Natural Resources grants'.
Adapt NRM Grant
Early in 2015 the Eyre Peninsula Natural Resources Management Board released an 'Adapt NRM Grant'. Grants up to $50,000 (from a total pool of $250,000) were made available to local government, regional bodies and industry associations, to undertake projects that promoted sustainable management of our natural resources and progressed priority adaptation options as outlined in the Regional Climate Change Adaptation Plan for the Eyre Peninsula.
The Board backed six grant recipients. Read about their projects here.
Financial assistance is often available to support natural resource management activities across the Eyre Peninsula region. When specific grants become available we will publicise them on our website and in local media.
There are also volunteering and other funding opportunities available: