Wildlife Recovery Fund grants now open

Local landholders, farmers and community groups in bushfire-affected areas, as well as research institutions, not-for-profit organisations, and landscape boards are eligible to apply for grants. Bushfire recovery grants of up to $50,000 to help re-establish native habitat and support threatened and vulnerable native animals in South Australia.

The first round of the $400,000 Wildlife Recovery Fund is open for applicants to support the recovery of South Australia’s bushfire-affected plants and animals.

For more information and to apply for a grant visit the Nature Foundation website (www.naturefoundation.org.au/wildliferecoveryfundgrants).

Applications should be emailed to the Wildlife Recovery Fund Grants Officer at WRFGrants@nfsa.org.au or please phone 0481 560 415 for further information.

Grant closes: 12 June 2020