Grants and funding
This page gives an overview of grants available with the Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board. There are also grants available through other organisations which may interest our community. See our other grant opportunities page for details of other grants that we are aware of.
Native Vegetation Heritage Agreement - open
Would you like to access a share of $6 million in native vegetation heritage agreement grants, tools and support to help protect biodiversity and important ecosystems on your land?
Whether you’re looking for a micro grant up to $1,000 or need a bit more of a boost (up to $100,000), the Native Vegetation Heritage Agreement program could be just what you need.
You’ll also access support through on-site land management advice, training and networking.
To get involved, submit an expression of interest and an Eyre Peninsula Landscape Board officer will be in touch to arrange a site visit and discuss your property.
Grassroots Grants Program - closed
The Grassroots Grants program supports individuals, volunteers, community groups and other organisations working on a not-for-profit basis, with local landscape management projects. Applicants will be notified of the outcome by early June.
See our Grassroots Grants page for more details about these annual grants.
Financial assistance is often available to support natural resource management activities across the Eyre Peninsula region.
When specific grants become available we will publicise them on our website and in local media.
There are also volunteering and other funding opportunities available:
Keep up to date
You can subscribe to our quarterly newsletter which provides updates on our work and grants available.
Or for information specific to the regenerative agriculture grants, subscribe to our quarterly Farmers Connect EP newsletter. Past editions of this newsletter can be found on our regenerative agriculture page.