Revitalising Private Conservation in South Australia program
Primary producers and conservation landholders will able to access expertise and resources for practical on-ground conservation work, which will improve the quality of their native vegetation and the financial sustainability of their properties. Good for farming, good for conservation!
Funded by the Government of South Australia, the program also provides existing and aspiring Heritage Agreement owners with an opportunity to access grants to plan and undertake important nature conservation works on those Heritage Agreements.
Nature Foundation will deliver this important initiative in partnership with Conservation SA, Livestock SA, Trees For Life, and Nature Conservation Society of South Australia. We're thrilled to be involved in this vital work with such an inspiring team.
The grants will be delivered through the following grant rounds:
- Small Grants - up to $10,000, for better managing Heritage Agreement areas.
- Linking Landscapes Grant - between $10,000 and $250,000, aimed at achieving landscape-scale conservation outcomes across multiple properties.
We are pleased to announce that 70 projects have been allocated funding through the first Small Grants round.
Linking Landscapes Grant round opens on Saturday 6 March and will close on Monday 19 April. We are looking for innovative, collaborative and multi-property outcomes in this grant opportunity. Coordinated action, in partnership with others, with a focus on climate adaptation outcomes, value for money and linking vegetation. Please visit www.revitalisingconservation.org.au to review the Guidelines and to apply.
The second Small Grants round is anticipated to open in mid to late 2021. Please watch this space for more information, or again, email the team at [email protected] if you would like us to contact you with an update.
Any questions? Please contact the Revitalising Private Conservation in SA team:
Protect today. For tomorrow. Forever.