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Grants, funding and scholarships

Land management grant funding

Landholders and land managers in the Upper and Lower Hunter and Manning Great Lakes districts are invited to apply for Land Management Grant funding to deliver on-ground projects and changed management practices.

Grant funds are available to support:

  • Implementation of sustainable grazing and land management practices within commercial beef, dairy, sheep and poultry enterprises.
  • Enhancement of the condition of riparian, estuarine and remnant native vegetation by managing stock impacts and reducing threats from invasive species.

Applications close at midnight on 28 August.

Eligibility criteria, guidelines and priority areas apply.

Please note all grant applications require assistance from Hunter Local Land Services before they can be submitted. Requests for assistance must be lodged by 1 August 2017 to ensure this assistance can be provided. Download, complete and submit the Request for Assistance form or contact your nearest Hunter Local Land Services office to request assistance or further information:

Paterson:           (02) 4930 1030
Scone:               (02) 6540 2400
Taree:                (02) 6551 8994

Download the Request for Assistance Form

Download the Land Management Grants information flyer

Download the Land Management Grants Guidelines

Funding is from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme, Catchment Action NSW, Hunter Catchment Contributions and Hunter Water Corporation.