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Grants & Awards

Native Bushland Rehabilitation Project - Local Government
Jul
27
to Aug 30

Native Bushland Rehabilitation Project - Local Government

Central Tablelands Local Land Services has partnered with the Central West Councils Environment & Waterways Alliance to deliver an incentive funding project for Local Government in the Central Tablelands region.

The Native Bushland Rehabilitation project will assist Alliance member Councils across the Central Tablelands Local Land Services region to improve and increase the extent of healthy, managed bushland reserves.

Full information, including eligibility criteria, is included in the Project Factsheet and Guidelines for Applicants, as well as the Application Form.

Grants of up to $25,000 will be awarded to applicants that can demonstrate that they meet actions, strategies or recommendations from a reserve management plan or similar document, as well as justify how works will be conducted in accordance with best management practices.

Project applications will open on 27 July 2017 and close on 30 August 2017.

Central Tablelands Local Land Services incentive funding supports land managers and community to work together to build resilient communities in productive healthy landscapes.

This project is provided by Central Tablelands Local Land Services through funding from the New South Wales Government's Catchment Action Programme.

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Stronger Communities Programme Round 3
Aug
7
to Sep 28

Stronger Communities Programme Round 3

The Stronger Communities Programme supports the Australian Government's commitment to help deliver social benefits in communities across Australia.

Round 3 of the programme will provide $22.5 million, $150,000 to each electorate for eligible small capital projects that improve local community participation and contribute to vibrant and viable communities.

Each Federal Member of Parliament (MP) must consult with their local community to identify potential projects that are consistent with the intended programme outcomes.

Participation in the Stronger Communities Programme is optional. Should an MP choose not to participate in the programme, the funding allocated to their electorate will be returned to the Federal Budget.

What support or funding is available?

Each electorate has a total funding pool of $150,000 that can be allocated to successful applications. A maximum of 20 projects will be funded in each electorate.

For each project, the grant amount will be up to 50 per cent of eligible project costs.

  • The minimum grant amount is $2,500.
  • The maximum grant amount is $20,000.

Total funding for the project from the Commonwealth cannot exceed 50 per cent of the total eligible project cost. You can fund your share of eligible project costs from any source including state and local government. Your contribution can be either cash or in-kind.

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

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2017 NSW Fish Habitat Action Grants
Aug
7
to Sep 18

2017 NSW Fish Habitat Action Grants

Once again over half a million dollars has been made available through the NSW Recreational Fishing Trusts, with grants up to $40,000 available.

This is a great opportunity to improve local creek, river, estuaries or surrounding areas to promote healthy waterways and to encourage more fish.

Anyone can apply - fishing clubs, community groups, local councils and individuals - as long as the projects are focused on enhancing and rehabilitating degraded fish habitat.

Why not work with a local landholder to improve their riverfront to manage stock and replant native vegetation? It will help the farmer by preventing stock losses and will help the fish by providing water temperature regulation, shelter and food.

Suitable projects include:

  • removing invasive weeds and re-establishing native vegetation on our riverbanks;
  • restoring and stabilising eroded river banks;
  • re-snagging waterways; and
  • removing barriers to fish movement by improving road crossings or weirs.

Applications close 18 September 2017

Guidelines, application forms, case studies and previously funded projects can be found at Habitat Action Grants Website

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The Stronger Communities Fund - Tranche 2
Aug
16
to Sep 13

The Stronger Communities Fund - Tranche 2

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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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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The Stronger Communities Fund - Tranche 1
Jul
7
to Aug 9

The Stronger Communities Fund - Tranche 1

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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20 Million Trees Competitive Grants - Round Three
Jun
19
to Aug 15

20 Million Trees Competitive Grants - Round Three

The Australian Government is seeking applications from eligible groups or individuals interested in undertaking a tree planting project as part of the 20 Million Trees Program. Applications are invited for projects seeking funding between $20,000 and $100,000 (GST exclusive).

This is the third, and final, 20 Million Trees Competitive Grants Round.

Applications will be accepted from eligible individuals, landholders, community groups, Indigenous groups, non-government organisations and state, territory and local government agencies.

Projects may occur on public and private land; in urban, peri urban and regional areas across Australia.

There is no limit to the number of applications applicants can submit. Each application will be for a single 20 Million Trees Project.

For further information please refer to the 20 Million Trees Website

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