Applications are now open and will close at 5 pm Friday 16 October 2015.
Angling clubs, individuals, community groups, local councils and organisations interested in rehabilitating fish habitats in freshwater and saltwater areas throughout NSW can apply for grants.
Habitat rehabilitation projects which may be funded include:
- removal or modification of barriers to fish passage
- rehabilitation of riparian lands (river banks, wetlands, mangrove forests, saltmarsh)
- re-snagging waterways with timber structure
- removal of exotic vegetation from waterways
- bank stabilisation works
- reinstatement of natural flow regimes
Applications are now open and will close at 2.00pm 16 September 2015.
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 Programme. Applications are invited for projects seeking funding between $20,000 and $100,000 (GST exclusive).
Projects must involve revegetation activities that establish native trees and associated native understorey species. Priority will be given to projects that support nationally listed threatened species and threatened ecological communities.
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.
Applicants can submit up to three separate Applications in Round Two. Each Application will be for a single 20 Million Trees Project.
If they wish to, Applicants have the option to apply for up to three Green Army Teams per 20 Million Trees Application to assist with the delivery of their Project.
For more information on how to apply, visit the website.