Nature Glenelg Trust actively seeks government and non-government grants, as a registered not-for-profit community environmental organisation, to undertake on-ground biodiversity projects in our region.
We seek funding to undertake work that identifies and addresses threats to biodiversity at a range of different scales (across the landscape, in smaller patches of bush or at the individual species level), to meet targets in Regional Natural Resources Management Plans and Catchment Strategies.
One of our key objectives is to bring investment into the region to make it possible (for people or organisations that are willing to work with us) to restore previously drained wetlands on both public and private land. Not only is returning water to drained swamps good for the environment (in bringing back fish, frogs and waterbirds), but they also make great places for people to enjoy, as anyone who has been bird watching, wading, kayaking or canoeing will tell you!
We also work on a wide range of other biodiversity related initiatives, and will keep you informed about our current projects and past projects through this web-site and our Blog, so please keep checking back or register for our email updates.