Other Funding Opportunities
We are prepared to consider funding projects up to $5000.
Research grants are available to researchers (other than honours, masters and PhD students) who are studying any aspect of urban bushland in the Sydney region – to apply, complete this application form.
2023 Vanessa McPherson Fungal Biodiversity: Diversity, Distribution and DNA
Education grants are available to primary and high schools children for projects that promote awareness of the value of urban bushland, educate students or the community on how to minimise their impact on urban bushland, or restore a natural habitat – to apply, complete this application form.
|2023||Gibberagong Environmental Education Centre to run a biodiversity student camp at Muogamarra Nature Reserve|
|2019||Children’s Threatened Species Art Competition|
|2018||Children’s Threatened Species Art Competition|
|2017||Children’s Threatened Species Art Competition|
|2009||To raise awareness of climate change we supported an educational event to support International Day of Climate Action|
|2008||Turramurra High School for environmental school ground projects|
|2007||Warrawee Primary School for bushland maintenance|
|2006||St Ives Park Primary School for development of a bushland area|
|2003||Warrawee Primary School to implemented a program to increase student appreciation and awareness of native tress |
Ku-ring-gai Creative Arts High School to restore native bushland by removing the invading exotic Agapanthus and replanting with local species
|2002||Turramurra North Primary School to plant native trees |
Pymble Primary School to establish a worm farm
|2001||Turramurra Primary School for weed education |
Warrawee Primary School for the creation of native gardens