Grants and funding opportunities

Murray Local Land Services periodically administers grants and funding to individuals and community groups to enable them to attend training or carry out activities that will improve their skills, implement beneficial practices or enhance the local environment. The details of these opportunities, including how to apply, are listed on this page when available.


Bringing plains-wanderers back from the brink

Incentives are available for landholders to help preserve the critically endangered plains-wanderer and its grassland habitat.

The plains-wanderer is the only surviving species in the family Pedionomidae, and the grasslands of the Riverina Plains, between Jerilderie, Hay and Griffith, are one the last areas in Australia where they are found.

Incentives are available for pest and weed control, fencing, water points, saltbush plantations and stock management areas, as well as feeding infrastructure,  to assist landholders with livestock management and plains-wander conservation.

Contact Shanna Rogers to express your interest on 02 6051 2241.

Find out more about the Bringing plains-wanderers back from the brink project.


Restoring superb parrot flyways

Incentives are available for landholders to help restore the foraging habitat of the vulnerable superb parrot in the Mulwala-Savernake district.

The Superb Parrot (Polytelis swainsonii) is listed as vulnerable in NSW and Australia. There are fewer than 5,000 – 10,000 birds remaining in the wild.

Incentives are available for planting and direct seeding of known native vegetation food plants for superb parrots, fencing to exclude stock and allow natural regeneration of superb parrot habitat and the protection of paddock trees with hollows.

Contact Shanna Rogers to express your interest on 02 6051 2241.

Find out more about the Restoring superb parrot flyways project.


Improving farm water for livestock & biodiversity

Having access to good quality water for people and livestock on farms is critical at any time. By managing farm water supplies like farm dams better, producers can expect to see healthier livestock, an improved environment and higher farm productivity.

Murray Local Land Services has developed a small initial incentive program to help landholders carry out projects to improve water quality and security as well as biodiversity on their farms.

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Aerial photo of a farm with a fenced off dam surrounded by vegetation

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