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2020 Community Grant Recipients

Blog Post - 2020 Community Grant Recipients

FNPW's Community Conservation Grants program contributes to the protection of Australia's native species, habitats, landscapes and cultural heritage by providing funding for field projects and education programs that have a direct nature conservation outcome.

In December & January we receive applications for our small grants round from across Australia. Our Project Committee, made up of representatives from our Board and Life Members of the Foundation judged each and every application on it’s merits against the grant criteria to select just 7 projects for funding.

The Projects Committee would like to thank all those who put together applications for this years grant round. We know that many of the organisations that submit projects for funding are run by small but passionate groups of volunteers and that much time and effort goes into securing funds for their important projects.

The following projects were allocated funds in this years small grants round:

Project Name   Conservation Focus  Lead Organisation  State
All in the Family - habitat building for urban Powerful Owls Threatened species recovery Birdlife Australia NSW
Citizen Scientists improving frog conservation in NSW national parks Environmental education University of Newcastle NSW
Bird watering stations for Jirdarup bushland precinct Land and water conservation Friends of Jirdarup Bushland WA
Possum Finishing School - Pre-release enclosures for Western Ringtail Possums Threatened species recovery
FAWNA Inc WA
Restoring Carnaby's Cockatoo habitat in the Porongurup Range Threatened species recovery
Kingfisher Environmental WA
Learning on Country - Respecting our living and natural environment Cultural Heritage

Ngura Yadurirn Children and Family Centre

SA

Congratulations to all successful grantees! Watch these pages for updates on the project outcomes as they roll out through 2020 and 2021.

 

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