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Community Conservation Grants

Funder:  Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife

Grant Background: The purpose of our Community Conservation Grants is to assist in the protection of our native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage.

Grants are available for both field projects and education programs that have a direct outcome for nature conservation in Australia.

FNPW Community Conservation Grants aim to fund urgent and high priority projects in the following Focus Areas:

  • Land and Water – Protection, restoration, rehabilitation and revegetation of degraded habitats to ensure their ability to sustain native species.
  • Threatened Species – Scientific research with tangible conservation outcomes and on-ground works to conserve Australia’s threatened species.
  • Cultural Heritage – Conserving and celebrating Australia’s cultural heritage as part of the gift we leave to future generations.
  • Parks for People – Improving National Park facilities for the enjoyment of all, to foster and encourage the appreciation of nature

$ Available: Up to $50 000.00

Eligibility:  FNPW considers proposals for funding from:

  • Federal and state National Park agencies
  • Agencies working with National Park agencies to increase the amount of protected high conservation value land or for the benefit of Australia’s natural and cultural heritage
  • Individuals
  • Not-for-profit and for-profit organisations with an ABN

Key Dates: closes on 14 February 2020


Happy to chat if you need a hand with your grant application. Good luck, Melanie

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