Submissions now open!

From now until 18 April 2017, eligible community groups, individuals and organisations can apply for funding of between $5,000 and $20,000 (plus GST) for projects that will build relationships with broader community stakeholders interested in wetland management. Projects will promote the environmental objectives of the Riverine Recovery Project and leave a lasting legacy of knowledge, information and understanding of wetland management and riverine recovery.

In April and May 2017, the South Australian community will decide which projects receive funding.

If you’re from an incorporated organisation and have an interest in improving the health and resilience of the Murray River wetlands, floodplains and backwaters, and in improving the efficiency of environmental water use, go to the Information for Applicants page to read about the eligibility criteria and the types of projects that can be funded.

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