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Landcare Led Bushfire Recovery

ClosedGrant Closed: 16th of June 2021 Value: Up to $300,000 Run By: Landcare Further Information: https://landcareledbushfiregrants.org.au/

Landcare Australia and the National Landcare Network (NLN) will jointly manage facilitated grants to support bushfire recovery activity across seven bushfire-affected regions in QLD, NSW, ACT, VIC and SA.This grants program is jointly managed by Landcare Australia and the National Landcare Network, delivered in conjunction with the relevant State and Territory Landcare organisations to mobilise, build capacity, increase participation and support Landcare and community groups, landowners, land managers and other partners for improved delivery of bushfire recovery actions.

The objectives of the grant program are to support:

  • Bushfire recovery actions for fire-affected plant and animal species, ecological communities, and natural assets, including Ramsar listed wetlands and World Heritage properties, within the seven bushfire regions  identified as most impacted by the 2019-20 bushfires
  • Develop and use partnerships with local landowners, community and Landcaregroups, and other local, regional, and national partners, to support their involvement in delivering bushfire recovery actions.

Parts of the Rainforests of the NSW North Coast and Tablelands affected region are in the Northern Inland.

Last Updated: 21st of June 2021
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