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#GBRF040: Community Action Plan Project Grants - Cape York region

Reef Trust Partnership

The Community Action Plan Project grants are funded by the partnership between the Australian Government’s Reef Trust and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation. This round of grants is for community-led Community Action Plan Projects in the Cape York region.

Funding is available to support the delivery of priority projects that will catalyse next steps for turbo-charging community Reef protection activities.  

This grant round offers a second opportunity to support community-led CAP projects in the Cape York region as no full project applications projects were successful under the original grant round in March 2021.

Please read the guidelines, complete the application form listed in the Key Documents below, then submit via email to applications@barrierreef.org by 5pm (AEST), Tuesday 14 December 2021.

Questions emailed to GBRF Grants office grants@barrierreef.org

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#GBRF053: Traditional Owner Healthy Water Grants 2.0

Reef Trust Partnership

“Water Connects Everything: Healthy Water-Healthy People"

Grant applications for healthy water projects are open for Traditional Owners of the Great Barrier Reef and its catchment.

The collective experience and expertise in understanding Country and looking after water sources - together with the exploration of issues and challenges commonly faced by Traditional Owners around accessing grants, has shaped the program design, delivery and key focus areas for this grant program.

The Reef Trust Partnership - Traditional Owner Healthy Water Grants 2.0 Program is a competitive grants program which provides $4 million to eligible Traditional Owners to build capabilities, increase skills and training opportunities, strengthen partnerships and undertake healthy water projects within the Great Barrier Reef Catchment that will help protect the Great Barrier Reef.  

Read the guidelines, complete the application form listed in the Key Documents below, then submit via email to applications@barrierreef.org by 11.59 pm, 14 February 2022. 

Information Session:

At 2pm (AEST) Tuesday 7 December 2021, an information session will be held to provide an overview of the process, documentation and expectations as well as to answer questions from potential applicants. 

Register here.

Please log on 5 minutes before the start time. 

Questions emailed to GBRF Grants office grants@barrierreef.org prior to Tuesday 7 December 2021, will be answered during the session. 

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