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Grants & Awards

Flying-Foxes Grants Program Stream 2
Aug
28
to Feb 2

Flying-Foxes Grants Program Stream 2

The Flying-foxes Grants Program has been established to assist councils to manage flying-fox camps in their area, consistent with the Flying-Fox Camp Management Policy 2015.

A total of $1 Million in funding has been made available to NSW councils under the Flying-foxes Grants program via three separate streams.

Stream 2: Preparing flying fox camp management plans.

  • Maximum grant size: $15,000
  • Closes Friday 2 February 2018.

For further information and to apply, please visit the Local Government NSW Website.

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Flying-Foxes Grants Program Stream 3
Aug
28
to Nov 3

Flying-Foxes Grants Program Stream 3

The Flying-foxes Grants Program has been established to assist councils to manage flying-fox camps in their area, consistent with the Flying-Fox Camp Management Policy 2015.

A total of $1 Million in funding has been made available to NSW councils under the Flying-foxes Grants program via three separate streams.

Stream 3: Implementing approved actions in flying fox camp management plans.

  • Maximum grant size: $50,000
  • A fourth round is now open and closes Friday 3 November 2017
  • Applications will be assessed on a contestable basis against other applications using the assessment criteria.

For further information and to apply, please visit the Local Government NSW Website.

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Flying-Foxes Grants Program Stream 1
Aug
28
to Apr 30

Flying-Foxes Grants Program Stream 1

The Flying-foxes Grants Program has been established to assist councils to manage flying-fox camps in their area, consistent with the Flying-Fox Camp Management Policy 2015.

A total of $1 Million in funding has been made available to NSW councils under the Flying-foxes Grants program via three separate streams.

Stream 1: Implementing emergency flying-fox camp management measures where there are significant community impacts.

  • Maximum grant size: $50,000
  • Applications can be made any time up to 30 April 2018 and will receive funding if they are eligible activities and meet the assessment criteria (subject to funding availability).

For further information and to apply, please visit the Local Government NSW Website.

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EOIs for Paddock Tree Planting Now Open - Central Tablelands Landcare
Oct
10
to Nov 24

EOIs for Paddock Tree Planting Now Open - Central Tablelands Landcare

Central Tablelands Landcare has secured funding from the NSW Environmental Trust and Central Tablelands Local Land Services to be able to offer landholders a unique opportunity to plant paddock trees and small clusters of trees to build better links between existing vegetation on their property.

For futher details on the revegetation program, including contact details, please see the Funding Flyer

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The Stronger Communities Fund - Tranche 3
Sep
20
to Oct 18

The Stronger Communities Fund - Tranche 3

The Stronger Country Communities Fund is investing in infrastructure projects in regional NSW communities to improve the lives of residents and enhance the attractiveness of these areas as vibrant places to live and work.

The NSW Government has committed $200 million over the next two years to support local infrastructure projects that will improve amenity and help sustain the social bonds at the heart of strong regional communities.

We will support projects that involve:

  • building new community facilities (such as parks, playgrounds, walking and cycle pathways)
  • refurbishing existing local facilities (such as community centres and libraries)
  • enhancing local parks and the supporting facilities (such as kitchens and toilet blocks).

Local councils must consult with their communities to identify project proposals that meet community needs and aspirations. We will give priority to projects that provide local jobs and support local businesses.

There are three application tranches scheduled for 2017 in round one. Councils must apply in the tranche which they have been assigned. Download the SCCF tranches list.

For further information and to apply please refer to the Stronger Communities Fund Website

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