Smart Farms Small Grants Open Now

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Smart Farms Small Grants Open Now

The Smart Farm Grants (through the National Landcare Program) are open for application now!  If you have a project idea and are interested in applying, contact HRLN or your local Coordinator ASAP for assistance!

Smart Farms Small Grants – is a $50 million small grants program to support the adoption of best practices that improve the management and quality of our natural resources and increases on-farm productivity.  Open now until 7 December

The natural resources being protected or improved through these grants are on-farm soil, vegetation (where it also contributes to sustainable use outcomes) and biodiversity (including both terrestrial and marine).  Applicants must address at least one of these natural resource conditions (on-farm soil, vegetation and biodiversity)

Smart Farms Small Grants is an open competitive grants opportunity, offering to fund short-term (up to two years) projects to support farming communities to increase awareness, knowledge, skills and capacity of adoption of best management practices.

 Applications are invited for grants, the value of which range from a minimum of $5 000 to a maximum of $100 000 (GST exclusive). Projects will be considered under two tiers: Tier 1 for those between $5 000 and $50 000; and Tier 2 for those between $50 001 and $100 000. Under this grant round the Australian Government is seeking applications for projects that will be completed by 30 April 2020.