Natural resource management in the Wheatbelt is driven by community action. Businesses, farmers, community groups and individuals all play a part in protecting our region’s natural assets.
The State NRM program has just released its annual Community Stewardship Grants to support communities in the protection of their soils, water, air, vegetation and biodiversity.
About The Community Stewardship Grants
Community stewardship in natural resource management recognizes the value of local knowledge, volunteer efforts and strong partnerships. They are available every year to support community-based projects that help conserve, restore, rehabilitate or enhance our biodiversity. You can find more information and guidelines here.
Got A Great Idea? Have Your2Cents!
Have you got a great idea for a community-based project? We’d love to hear about it and support you through the grant application process. Getting the ball rolling takes just a few minutes on our Your2Cents portal. All you have to do is:
1. Click here to register your details on our new Your2Cents portal;
2. Log in and complete the survey!
Applications for the Community Stewardship Grants close on 9 May 2022. If you’d like some help, get in touch with us before Friday 29 April.
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