If you are involved in environmental conservation work in your local community, school or group, you might sometimes need a bit of a helping hand along the way. Landcare Australia offers a number of grants programs to the Landcare community through its corporate partnerships. Keep an eye on this page to see what funding opportunities are available and whether they suit the type of work you’re doing.

The grants work around 4 impact areas. For Landcare groups the most relevant area is impact area D; the protection […]

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The City of Sydney aims to grow its urban forest and green canopy by up to 50 per cent by […]

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The Philmac Project is a funding initiative designed to support the roll-out of water projects for community groups, including schools […]

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EPA Victoria’s Community Funding Program invites projects which benefit both the community and the environment affected by a pollution event. […]

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Victorian communities and volunteers play a key role in the ongoing protection and conservation of our coastal landscapes. To support […]

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The war on weeds in Tasmania has been the main focus of the latest round of Landcare Tasmania’s Biodiversity grants, […]

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Landholders in the Abercrombie river catchment are being offered the chance to be part of one of the largest wildlife […]

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HMSTrust welcomes applications from eligible organisations with projects that fit the trust’s funding criteria. The next grant round opens on 3rd February 2015. […]

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We support a broad range of activities that help people understand who we are and what we do, and how […]

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Round three is offering $5 million to assist eligible local groups across Queensland. Applications for round three close on 15 […]

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Grants to realise big ideas for agriculture from young rural innovators. Grant applications are now open for the 2015 Science […]

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The Victorian Government is now inviting applications for the Local Landscape Enhancement Grants from members of the community who are […]

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