We wish to thank everyone who recently submitted an application to round 8 of Naturally Inspired Grants. We’re very pleased to see such a high standard of applications totalling 54 applications from landholders and community groups across the Southern Tasmania NRM Region. There are a lot of exciting projects proposed,
NRM South is holding a free workshop to support applicants with grant writing, map creation and online searches for natural values to assist applications for Naturally Inspired Grants Round 8. Round 8 will also extend to individuals, amalgamating previous grants as the former On Farm Action grants or Public Benefit
NRM South is pleased to open its 2015 Naturally Inspired Grants – encouraging groups and individuals to apply for a share in over $130,000 of funding to support projects that deliver positive environmental change and sustainable farming initiatives across Southern Tasmania. Since 2009, the Naturally Inspired Grants have supported more
The Naturally Inspired Grants provide valuable support for groups and individuals to make a positive contribution to the Southern Tasmanian environment. Since 2009, the Naturally Inspired Grants have provided community groups with over $335,000 in funding, which has also included support provided through the new rolling Naturally Inspired Bite-sized grants.
One of the first things to strike you about St Pius X Catholic Church in Taroona is its surroundings. Set in coastal bushland, parishioners must find it difficult to keep their eyes on the pulpit when the church offers beautiful views of surrounding eucalypt trees and the broad River Derwent.
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