Grants

Junior Landcare Groups,  Scouts and Guides, all schools including daycare centres, pre-schools, kindergarten, primary and high school; community organisations including PCYC, YMCA, community centres, youth groups, OOSH etc., are eligible to apply for Junior Landcare Grants to assist with environmental projects.  When available, grant information will be promoted through our Junior Landcare e-newsletter  and social media.

Grants open:

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

Fruit &Veggies Galore !
The students at Homestead State School have enlarged their vegetable garden thanks to a Coles Junior ...
Protection and Enhancement of Environmentally Sensitive areas along the Rail Trail
The Alpine School, Gnurad-Gundidj Campus partnered with Heytesbury District Landcare Network to undertake their project, Protection ...
Moffatdale State School
The "Knowledge Garden" is a place to grow as people - not only to grow plants. It ...
Lifeskills for Lakeside
The Lifeskills for Lakeside project involved the successful creation of a thriving organic vegetable garden and ...
Swan View Senior High School
Swan View Senior High School (SVSHS) were the recipients of a Coles Junior Landcare garden grant ...
Avoca Public School
We turned an area of our school yard into a vegetable and herb garden to supply ...
Giving Garden-
Staff at North West Christian School (NWCS) wanted to assist parents and students in finding a ...
Green and Keen
Koorliny Arts Centre received a Coles Junior Landcare grant to establish two vegetable gardens and compost ...
The Salvation Army Youth Outreach Service Alternate Education Program
The ‘Veggie Patch’ is a community garden based at our Lawnton site aimed at linking in ...
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