Naturally Inspired Grants- Open

The Naturally Inspired Grants (NI Grants) offer landowners, groups and schools funding for projects that deliver positive environmental change in Southern Tasmania, aligned with National Landcare Programme priorities. These will be offered in 2 streams and funding from $2000-5000. Community Group stream Landowner/Sustainable Agriculture stream These include projects that: Increase engagement,

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Community groups, Stories

Celebrate Volunteer Week 2015

WHY SHOULD WE CELEBRATE VOLUNTEER CONTRIBUTION? Because everybody’s doing it. Amazingly 4 out of 5 Tasmanians in the last year (Volunteering Tasmania stats Feb 2014-2015) volunteered in some capacity. That’s a whopping 411000 people in Tasmania who did something to help someone else in the last year. Aren’t we awesome?

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Community groups, Projects

Volunteer Training Consortium

The Volunteer Training Consortium provides access to training that helps individuals to build capacity within groups, and to extend their capability to undertake NRM activity. It is a collaboration between land managers and care organisations including; Landcare Tasmania, Southern Coastcare Association of Tasmania, Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Services, Crown Land

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