Natural Resource Management Drought Resilience Program – Grants
The program will provide grants to organisations, farmer groups and individuals to deliver on-ground activities that build drought resilience on agricultural landscapes.
These grants are for innovative NRM practices, systems and approaches that will improve natural capital and contribute towards landscape-scale drought resilience.
Successful applicants will receive between $20,000 up to a maximum of $200,000.
To be eligible to apply, proposals must:
- focus on improving NRM to build drought resilience
- enhance the public good by building drought resilience
- be valued between $20,000 up to a maximum of $200,000.
To apply or find out more about this grant, visit the Community Grants Hub. Applications close 11 pm AEDT on 30 October 2020.