Applications for Round One of the Federal Government’s Biodiversity Fund will close on 31 January.


The Biodiversity fund is part of the Clean Energy Future Plan, and provides support for land managers to store carbon, enhance biodiversity and increase resilience across the Australian landscape.


Applications are sought from a wide range of stakeholders including farmers, community groups, private industry, government and non-government organisations, with proposals to:

  • undertake biodiverse environmental plantings;
  • enhance existing native vegetation;
  • minimise threats to biodiversity by managing invasive weeds and pests in a connected landscape.


More information is at