Grants

Through the Junior Landcare Grants Program, any school or organization (including youth groups, scouts groups, pre-schools, primary schools, high schools, day care centres) that would like to involve their students in Landcare projects, in conjunction with local Landcare groups, can apply for grants to assist them with the cost of their projects.

Grants now open

There are currently no grants open to applications.

Junior Landcare Grants Reporting template

Click here to download the Junior Landcare Grants Reporting Template (Template can be used for both progress and final reports).

 

 

Case Study Spotlight

Green and Keen
Koorliny Arts Centre received a Coles Junior Landcare grant to establish two vegetable gardens and compost ...
Wolvi Wildlife Garden project
The project provides a ‘hands on’ opportunity to learn about values associated with native plants, especially ...
Native Matters
The Native Matters project is to establish a native garden in an area that was originally ...
Eradicate Erosion
Erosion due to storm water has been a big issue for Lockwood South Primary School. In ...
The Crow Patch (Vegetable/Bush Tucker Garden)
Wagga Wagga Public School received a 2012 Round 1 Coles Junior Landcare Garden Grant to improve ...
Zero Food Miles Project
Through the Zero Food Miles Project funded by their Coles Junior Landcare Garden Grant, Beaconsfield Primary ...
SRCS Waterwise and Bushtucker Gardens 2012
Sydney Road Community School’s Treehuggers have been brainstorming environmentally sustainable activities, creating timeframes, consulting the school ...
Compost Connection
Students at Toolern Vale & District Primary School have been undertaking a ‘compost connection’ and are ...
Kids in the Creek
Following on from their focus on community last term, Chewton Primary School partnered with Golden Point ...
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