Natural Resource Management Drought Resilience Program — Landscapes

Natural Resource Management (NRM) Drought Resilience Program — Landscapes is the first Future Drought Fund program to be rolled out.

The program aims to promote and implement transformational practices, approaches or systems. These will be used to improve the management of natural resources to build drought resilience of agricultural and broader landscapes.


Applications are now open.

We encourage regional NRM bodies to submit their proposals. Up to 20 successful proposals will receive a share in available funding following a competitive process.


To be eligible to apply for a share of $5 million in funding, proposals must:

  • focus on improving NRM to build drought resilience in agricultural landscapes
  • enhance the public good by building drought resilience
  • be valued between $250,000 to a maximum of $500,000

We have provided guidance material and will maintain correspondence directly with regional NRM bodies.

Last reviewed: 13 August 2020
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