Grants and funding
Financial assistance is often available to support landscape management activities across the Northern and Yorke region. This may be through community grants programs or through project-based incentives.
Bite-sized Grants program
Funding of between $200 and $1000 is available for community groups and not-for-profit organisations for small, short-term projects. Available all year round, applications are assessed and grants allocated monthly. The program is funded through the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board to deliver positive environmental and landscape management outcomes, such as garden development, weed control and revegetation projects. To apply, fill out the application form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the Bite-sized Grants Program Guidelines
Apply for a Bite-sized Grant
Grassroots Grants program
Grassroots Grants put community at the heart of sustainably managing our region’s natural resources, including soil, water, biodiversity and pest plants and animals.
Applications for the Northern and Yorke Landscape Board’s 2021/22 round of Grassroots Grants funding will open on 30 April 2021 and close at 5pm on 11 June 2021. Local community groups, not-for-profit organisations and volunteers are invited to apply for a share in the $221,000 funding pool, with grants between $1,000 and $10,000 (+GST) available for on-ground activities such as weed control, revegetation, watercourse restoration, community education, erosion and pest management.
Your best contact for the Grassroots Grants program is Liz Ninnes, Community Engagement Officer, via email email@example.com or mobile 0458 144 562.
To help you start designing a project in the lead up to applications opening:
Read the Guidelines for Applicants
In 2020, 30 community groups, sporting clubs and non-profit organisations from the Northern and Yorke region were the successful recipients of $172,673 in the first round of Grassroots grant funding. View the grant recipients.
Other funding opportunities