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State NRM Program now Open

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Sustainable Industries

Does your community group have a project that needs some investment to get it done?

The State NRM Community Stewardship Grants are now open and they are aimed at community-based projects that help conserve, restore, rehabilitate or enhance a local natural area, conserve WA’s biodiversity, and maintain or build the capability of NRM community groups across the State.

The 2020 Community Stewardship Grants program involves two components:

Small grants

  • valued between $1,000 - $35,000
  • up to 18 months duration

Large grants

  • intended for more strategic, complex projects
  • valued between $35,001 and $450,000
  • for up to 36 months duration

Applications must be submitted using the online application form available here: https://nrm.smartygrants.com.au/

All applications must be submitted by 12 noon AWST on Monday 15 June.

Unincorporated Associations can seek funding but will need a project sponsor to apply on their behalf.

Wheatbelt NRM is keen to ensure our Wheatbelt community can benefit from this opportunity.

If you would like to talk over your project idea or need some help please contact us. Wheatbelt NRM will also consider acting as a sponsor for projects.

Please contact Jacquie Lucas on jlucas@wheatbeltnrm.org.au or 0427 934 112.

Guidelines and other information can be found here - www.nrm.wa.gov.au/grants/state-nrm-program.aspx

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