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Revitalising Private Conservation in South Australia Grants

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Revitalising Private Conservation in South Australia Grants of up to $10,000 are now open from 28 June until 2 August 2021.

With a pool of up to $350,000, providing funding for vital conservation work for owners or managers of private land with native vegetation under a Heritage Agreement, the grants are also available for aspiring Heritage Agreement land owners.

Biodiversity outcomes, controlling plant and animal pest species and remnant vegetation protection are the focus of this round which is part of the Marshall Liberal Government’s multi-million dollar commitment to expand funding for holders of Native Vegetation Heritage Agreements.

This exciting collaboration between the Department for Environment and Water and non-government primary industries and conservation sectors aims to expand the number, extent and quality of protected areas of native vegetation on private land in South Australia.

For more information – If you are a holder, or aspiring holder, of native vegetation with a Heritage Agreement, visit Nature Foundation website or Facebook page for grant guidelines, writing tips and ideas for your application.

You can also find out more by participating in one of the online information sessions, on Thursday 1 July or Tuesday 6 July.

Sessions are up to an hour in duration and consist of an overview and time for questions:

Please visit Eventbrite to register or click here

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