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    Grants & Funding

    Below are grants that are currently available to individuals or groups. If you need help filling out the forms, don't hestitate to contact us for some friendly advice.

     

    Tax Rebates for Landcare Work

    Does the price tag stop you doing Landcare work? Did you know primary producers are eligible for a number of tax rebates for undertaking Landcare works?

    Sometimes it can seem more effort than it's worth, wading through the technical language, forms and what-have-you to get to the nitty gritty.

    However, Lisette Mill and the Basalt to Bay organisation, based in Victoria, have been working closely with the Australian Taxation Office to produce simple, easy-to-read guidelines to help farmers get the rebates they are entitled to for doing landcare works. 

    Learn more about the tax rebates primary producers are eligible for undertaking Landcare works.

    Dollar for Dollar Native Fish Stocking Program

    Value: $1,000 to $6,000
    Closes: Ongoing
    Run By: NSW Department of Primary Industries

    Wettenhall Small Environmental Grants

    Value: Up to $10,000
    Opening date: 1st December 2021
    N.B. EOI's should be submitted as close to the opening date as possible, because when there are enough suitable applicants, the round is closed.
    Held by: Wettenhall Environment Trust

    IGA Community Chest

    Funds: based on application for the specific initiative/request.
    Maximum amount: N/A
    Closes: Ongoing
    Run by: IGA

    Disaster Relief Grant for Individuals

    This Disaster Relief Grant is administered by Resilience NSW. Financial assistance to eligible individuals and families whose homes have been damaged by a natural disaster.

    Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding

    Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Assistance is being provided through the jointly funded Commonwealth-State Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements (DRFA) Cat D.

    This initial $434.7 million of funding, from the Commonwealth and New South Wales governments, will be provided to support communities clean up and remove damage and debris, as well as further support local government areas (LGAs) that have been flood-affected.

    Grants of up to $75,000 for primary producers and up to $50,000 for small businesses, and not for profit organisations devastated by flooding will soon be available through NSW Government agencies, with registration now open through Service NSW. This program will be demand driven.

    Funding for Primary School Ag Excursions

    Funding: up to $1500 is available to NSW primary schools
    Applications must be received: one month prior to planned activity taking place.
    Delivered by the NSW Farmers’ Association

    Find Disaster Assistance with ease

    Disaster Recovery Funding for Business & Community - CHESS Connect.  This is an easy-to-use resource that is able to be navigated to view a quick breakdown on the particular funding, and a link to that funding.

    It is sectioned into cohorts of Small Businesses, Primary Producers, Individuals and Advice. The content behind this link is constantly being updated, as it is intended to be reviewed regularly, so this remains a viable resource.

    Historical Soil Data Capture Payments Program

    The Australian Government has engaged Southern Cross University as a data broker for the Historical Soil Data Capture Payments Program to engage with data owners, collate soil test data, and share the data with the Australian Government.

    The Program is open now until 30 June 2023.
    Funding: payments up to $10,000*

    Pilot Soil Monitoring and Incentives Program

    The Australian Government is providing $54.4 million over two years to support farmers and land managers to access low-cost soil sampling and certified testing in exchange for sharing their data under the Pilot Soil Monitoring and Incentives Program.

    Southern Cross University has been engaged by the Australian Government to deliver their program.

    Program: open now for applications.
    Funding: payments up to $10,000*

     

    National Science Week Grants 2023

    The National Science Week Grants 2023 provide individuals and organisations with up to $20,000 to support the delivery of science engagement activities during National Science Week 2023, Australia’s major national celebration of science.

    Closing date: Thursday 15 December 2022, by 5pm AEDT

    AgriFutures Horizon Scholarship: now open

    Bursary: $5,000 per year for the final two years of your degree
    Applications close: Friday, 13 January 2023 

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    Our Landcare Coordinator can help develop project ideas, action plan next steps, and source funding!

    Tell us about it using our 
    Expression of Interest Form

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    EOI Form

    Do you have a project that could benefit from a grant? Would you neighbours like to particpate?

    Our Landcare Coordinator can help develop project ideas, action plan next steps, and source funding!

    Tell us about it using our

    Expression of Interest Form