Australia: 2021-22 Grassroots Grants Program

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Australia: 2021-22 Grassroots Grants Program

Deadline: 9-Jun-21

The Landscape South Australia is inviting applications for the 2021-22 Grassroots Grants program to support individuals, volunteers, community groups and other organisations working on a not-for-profit basis, with local landscape management projects.

Funding Information

Funding is available for projects valued greater then $2,000 and less then $10,000 (GST exclusive) for the 2021-22 financial year, with the total of $101,000 available.
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Eligible projects will contribute to one or more of the priorities of the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board.

Water — water allocation planning and water affecting activities.
Sustainable agriculture — protecting the region’s soils and facilitating regenerative land management to improve soil health.
Pest plants and animals — supporting landowners to undertake priority pest plant and animal activities and reducing threats from impact-causing native species.
Biodiversity — protecting and restoring priority coastal and in-land biodiversity.
Community — community including Aboriginal peoples, actively engaged in landscape management.
Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible the applicants will need to:

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be an individual, volunteer, community organisation, farming group or other working body (e.g. local government association);
be undertaking natural resources management activities that help to achieve environmental benefits at the local level (e.g. pest plant or animal control, re-vegetation, erosion control, community engagement, etc.);
be a legal entity or be sponsored by a legal entity;
have the agreement of any partner and/or sponsoring organisation to submit the proposal, and provide a letter of support with the application form;
ensure that proposed project activities are not a component of any other funding agreement;
ensure that written approval for any works undertaken on land owned by another person/entity other than the applicant, is attached to the application; or
be undertaking project activities within the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board region.
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