Communities Combating Pest and Weed Impacts During Drought Program - Biosecurity Management of Pests and Weeds – Round 2
The Australian Government is inviting local councils via a restricted competitive process to apply to deliver projects under the Communities Combating Pests and Weed Impacts During Drought Program - Biosecurity Management of Pests and Weeds - Round 2 in selected Local Government Areas (LGAs) in 2019–2021.
The objectives of the program are to:
- stimulate economic activity in areas where projects take place
- facilitate local employment in areas where projects take place
- increase farm business profitability
- assist communities manage the negative impact of pest animals and weeds during drought on agricultural production
- contribute to the government’s broader biosecurity objectives
- provide pest animal and weed control benefits to communities where projects take place.
The intended outcomes of the program are:
- the detrimental economic, social and environmental effects associated with pest animals and weeds during drought is reduced
- Councils and other groups such as Landcare work together to reduce the impacts of pest animals and weeds in eligible LGAs
- increasing the use and uptake of innovative natural resource management technologies and best management practices
- the information, financial and institutional capacity of communities and their participation in natural resource management is increased.
More information about the Communities Combating Pests and Weed Impacts During Drought Program - Biosecurity Management of Pests and Weeds – Round 2, as well as requirements for applicants can be found in the Grant Opportunity Guidelines.
Other grant opportunity documents are only accessible by invited applicants on the GrantConnect website.
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Please quote 2019-3405 – Communities Combating Pest and Weed Impacts During Drought Program - Biosecurity Management of Pests and Weeds – Round 2 when you phone or email the Community Grants Hub.