Providing support for people undertaking projects that will make a positive difference to the natural living environment, in land, sea or air, rural or urban. They support grassroots organisations and individuals, and academics who are working with on-ground community groups.
They are looking for projects around:
– Flora and fauna conservation (Australia-wide)
– Threatened mammal conservation (Australia-wide)
These projects should involve any of the following:
• Monitoring, recording and sharing data
• Delivering community education
• Providing community capacity building (e.g. training)
• Research and science
– Projects must be directly making positive changes to biodiversity conservation in Australia.
– Projects should have some short term outputs, but also have long term objectives and values.
– Projects should show the following: enthusiasm, collaboration, passion, innovation.
– They are most interested in projects that use citizen science; or are about community education that leads to conservation.
– They are keen to hear about your results, so you must be prepared to submit a final report when your project is completed.
– They can’t fund individual property owners.