Landcare Action Grants Program TAS

The Landcare Action Grants Program provides Tasmanian farmers and landholders with funding to implement sustainable land management practices.


What do you get?

Funding of between $1,000 and $10,000.

Who is this for?

Tasmanian landholders.


The funding may be used for activities and purchases which enhance sustainable land management practices, including:

  • weed removal
  • fencing to protect natural values
  • controlling pest animals
  • maintaining and improving ground cover
  • protecting and enhancing on-farm remnant native vegetation, including planting of new areas of native vegetation, and improving the management of existing remnants
  • managing fire regimes
  • protecting and revegetating habitat (including threatened species and communities)
  • habitat augmentation, such as installation of artificial fauna movement devices, artificial nesting or roosting habitat, environmental thinning or seed banking
  • tools and equipment to be used in proposed activities of a grant being applied for through the Program
  • tools and equipment necessary for individuals, community and care groups to conduct landcare type activities outside the scope of the Program but which align with the Program objectives

How do you apply?

You can find out more about eligibility and how to apply at Landcare Action Grants Program.

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