How to Apply for Landholder Environment Grants
  • Last updated:
  • 10 Jan 2019

The Landholder Environment Grant application is a three-stage process.

  1. Expression of Interest (EOI) - open
  2. Site visit - upon receipt of the EOI, a conservation partnerships officer will contact the applicant to arrange an on-site visit and to discuss the project.
  3. Online application form following the site visit - applicants must complete an online application form. Stage three (online application) can not start until stage one and two above have been completed.

Applicants must submit an online EOI form during the expression of interest period to be eligible to apply. 

Applications must be submitted by midnight on the closing date

Alternatively, contact a grants officer for more information.

Online application form

Once you have completed stage 1 and 2 above, you can then complete the online application. 

Supporting documentation should be uploaded to the online application. If you are unable to upload your documentation, it can be lodged at a council office, emailed or posted.

Landholder Environment Grant applicants may start their project as soon as they submit their application, but need to be aware that funding is very competitive and council cannot guarantee that the application will be successful.

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