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Nature Refuge Landholder Grants

Re-establishment of native rainforest to improve biodiversity on Garriya Nature Refuge.
Fire management planning is an eligible activity under NRLG.

Nature Refuge Landholder Grants (NRLG) provide financial assistance to nature refuge landholders through a grant application process. Funding requirements including eligibility criteria, available funding amounts, timeframes and assessment criteria are outlined in publicly-available guidelines released when a new NRLG round is announced

Participation is voluntary and projects must be completed within 12 months of signing a grant agreement.

There are currently no NRLG grant rounds open for application. Nature refuge landholders are encouraged to monitor this website for future funding opportunities.

Successful applicants

In the previous NRLG round, a total of $947,499 was allocated to 81 grant recipients to support the management of nature refuges. Funded projects included pest plant and animal control, biodiversity surveys, stock exclusion fence construction and land management planning.

See details of Round 5 successful projects.