The Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife invites applications to support tree planting projects as part of bushfire restoration projects in and around regions impacted by the 2019-20 Black Summer bushfires.
BUSHFIRE RECOVERY PROJECT GOAL: To plant one million trees in and around the 2019-2020 bushfire impacted areas in Qld, NSW, Vic, and SA by Dec 2024
Goals of the grant round: To provide funds to support revegetation activities in and around bushfire impacted areas.
Who is eligible to apply:
Applicants may be eligible to apply for the grant if they are:
– Community-based groups or organisations.
– Individuals who can show experience with large-scale plantings and project management.
– Australian organisations with an ABN.
– National Parks and Wildlife Services or other Government agencies working with state parks agencies.
– Projects must be implementing bushfire restoration works in one of the Local Government Areas (LGA’s) listed by State or Commonwealth Government.
What you can apply for:
In this program the maximum grant available is $5,000.
Grants will cover projects/activities that are carried out over a 6-12 months period of time.
Grants made available through this program are one off. In some instances, part-funding may be offered.
Applications seeking up to $5,000 that show value for money and include co-contributions will be given preference.
Projects requiring more than $5,000 (to a maximum of $10,000) may be eligible for this round. Please commence your application and contact FNPW to discuss your project prior to the closing date for applications.