Financial assistance is often available to support natural resource management activities across the SA Murray-Darling Basin (SAMDB) region. You can find more information about potential funding opportunities by clicking on the below links.
NRM Volunteer Small Grants (NOW OPEN)
The NRM Volunteer Small Grants support the efforts of volunteers in the SA Murray-Darling Basin who are working to protect and restore the environment and natural resources of our region. The grants are aimed at community volunteer groups and can be used for whatever the groups need to make their work safer, more effective, or more enjoyable!
A call for grant applications opened 5 March 2018 and closes on 5.00pm ACT on Wednesday 4 April 2018.
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The Connecting Communities Grants program is available to incorporated not-for-profit organisations and local governments for projects that aim to increase community skills, knowledge and participation in NRM in the SAMDB region.
Funding for projects with a focus on research and development, monitoring and reporting, planning and engineering design, on-ground works, or education and awareness but must relate to the key areas of the Regional NRM Plan.
Sponsorship can be provided for a specific event, conference, award or activity and is intended for individuals and community groups.
Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR)
Read about other types of grants and funding available from DEWNR.
Commonwealth On-Farm Further Irrigation Efficiency Program (COFFIE)
As a delivery partner in the South Australian pilot of the Commonwealth On-Farm Further Irrigation Efficiency Program, the South Australian Murray-Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board is able to assist landholders seeking funding to modernise their irrigation infrastructure. In exchange for the funding, irrigators must return water savings to the Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder (CEWH) for use as environmental water (e-water).