Grants and funding
Check Ready Grow
Local Land Services is seeking project proposals from landholders for funding to improve management of natural assets on farm through the Check Ready Grow program.
If you are in the Warialda, Carinda or Maules Creek areas (other target areas will also be considered) funding is available to build awareness and skills to improve your farm’s natural assets, namely soil and land condition. Funding provided will assist landholders to change land use to achieve farm natural resource management goals. This could include on ground works, training, workshops and mentoring. Projects must be completed by June 2023.
To be eligible for funding and increase your chances of success, you should complete the ‘Goal Setting for your Farm Business’ worksheet after watching the ‘Goal Setting for your Farm Business’ 30-minute video. The video, worksheet, and more information check out the project page Check Ready Grow.
This program is closed to proposals.
Contact: Pip Jones, Senior Land Services Officer, on 0427 454 795 or email email@example.com
Australian Government funding
North West Local Land Services is seeking project proposals for on ground works and knowledge building activities. These projects are supported by funding through Local Land Services from the Australian Government.
Proposals will be assessed against a set of criteria including funding availability, landholder contribution, priorities, and value for money. For more information about each program, click on the links below:
- Resilient Regional Agriculture
- Improving Endangered Ecological Community (Brigalow)
- Protecting woodland bird habitat for Regent honeyeater
- Collaboration to build character of Ramsar wetland (Gwydir Wetlands)
- Kamilaroi Guda Koalas.
These programs are closed to new proposals.
Fencing Northern Basin Riverbanks Program
Landholders with frontage to waterways in the NSW northern Murray-Darling Basin are encouraged to lodge an Expression of Interest under round 2 of the NSW Fencing Northern Basin Riverbanks Program.
The program offers incentive grants to landholders to protect sensitive riparian zones through stockproof fencing, alternate water points and a range of complementary measures with the aim of improving native fish populations and water quality.
Further information about the program, including a map, program guidelines and how to sign up regular program updates, can be on the project page.
This program is closed to new expressions of interest.
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