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Junior Landcare Grant Applications - Closing 6 Sep 2019!

Over 500 grants of up to $1,000 each will be offered for projects with a focus on sustainable food production, improving waste management practices and enhancing native habitats.

Types of projects that may be suitable for this round are:

  • a habitat restoration project
  • planting a bush tucker garden
  • planting a vegetable garden
  • running a composting or recycling project

Click here for Grant Guidelines and/or to apply https://landcareaustralia.org.au/woolworthsgrants/?source=grantspage

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