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Hannah Sadler
NRM Engagement Officer
E: hsadler@cradlecoast.com P: (03) 6433 8446
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WAR ON PRIORITY WEEDS

Summary: The Tasmanian Weeds Action Fund (WAF) is a $5 million State Government initiative, funded for five years from 2018/19. The funds provided by the WAF will be invested with farmers and other community organisations to tackle weeds that are impacting valuable agricultural and environmental assets. CCA have partnered with NRM North and NRM South to deliver Stage Two of the fund over the next three years, the fund will be available state-wide, and those interested in seeking funding should register their interest now.

The WAF aims to:

  • Provide a more strategic and targeted approach to tackling high priority weeds impacting valuable agricultural and environmental assets;
  • Improve the productive value of agricultural land and protect Tasmania’s natural values by removing the harmful effects of serious weed threats;
  • Support and co-invest with landowners, local government and the broader community to make sustainable, long-term and effective actions to address high priority weeds with eradication as a key objective; and
  • Encourage the concept of “shared responsibility” for weed management and biosecurity in general.

Small Grants Round – NOW CLOSED

Stage 2: Round 1 – Small Grants Round

Status: Closed

Closing date and time: 11pm, Sunday 1 November 2020

Grant amount: $1,000 – $10,000

Municipality: State-wide

The WAF aims to improve the productive value of agricultural land and protect Tasmania’s natural values by removing the harmful effects of priority weeds.

Another grant round for larger, more complex weed projects will be released later in the 2020/21 financial year.

For information on future Weed Action Fund grant rounds please register you details here.

Helpful resources

The following resources may assist in developing your application.

This project is funded by the Tasmanian Government through the Tasmanian Weeds Action Fund facilitated by NRM North with support from Cradle Coast Authority and NRM South.