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Grants and funding

Ground cover incentives - Confinement feeding

Central Tablelands Local Land Services invites private landholders to apply for funding as part of the ground cover incentive project.

Funding for this project will help prevent degradation of natural resources by ensuring that adequate ground cover is maintained across your property during periods of drought and adverse seasonal conditions.

Expressions of interest (EOI) for ground cover incentives open Monday 7 October 2019, and close Friday 1 November 2019.

Applications must meet project standards and eligibility criteria detailed on the below fact sheet. As a part of the funding, landholders must attend one of the upcoming confinement feeding workshops being held across the region in October 2019.

This project is provided by Central Tablelands Local Land Services across the region through funding from Catchment Action NSW.

Ground cover incentives fact sheet

Confinement feeding workshops

Ground cover incentives EOI form (please note this link will go live when applications open on Monday 7 October 2019)

Healthy Landscapes

Central Tablelands Local Land Services invites private landholders to apply for Healthy Landscapes incentive funding within priority corridor areas across the Central Tablelands region.

Available on ground incentive projects include:

  • Stream Protection
  • Bushland Protection

Incentive funding will support activities such as stock proof fencing, alternative stock watering points and planting native trees and shrubs. Stewardship payments to control exotic plants and pest animals may be available as a one off payment in each of these incentive projects.

Expressions of interest (EOI) for Healthy Landscapes incentive funding closed on Monday 2 September 2019, and all EOIs are currently being reviewed.

Eligible projects must be located within the Central Tablelands Priority Corridor Areas and meet all project standards and eligibility criteria.

Successful projects must complete all on ground activities by 31 May 2020.

This project is provided by Central Tablelands Local Land Services across the region through funding from Catchment Action NSW.

Healthy Landscapes fact sheet

Project standards and eligibility criteria

Priority corridor areas map

Expression of Interest form

Woodland Birds on Farms

Central Tablelands Local Land Services invites private landholders to apply for Woodland Birds on Farms habitat improvement incentive funding within priority areas across the Central Tablelands region.

Available on ground incentive projects include:

  • Stream Habitat Protection
  • Woodland Habitat Protection

Incentive funding will support activities such as stock proof fencing, alternative stock watering points and infill planting native trees and shrubs to improve habitat condition. Stewardship payments to control exotic plants and pest animals may be available as a one off payment in each of these incentive projects.

Expressions of interest (EOI) for Healthy Landscapes incentive funding closed on Monday 2 September 2019, and all EOIs are currently being reviewed.

This project is provided by Central Tablelands Local Land Services across the region through funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.

Woodland Birds on Farms fact sheet

Project standards and eligibility criteria

Key Biodiversity Areas map

Expression of Interest form

Driving Corridor Connectivity

This project aims to improve the condition and extent of Grassy Box Woodland in our region. Please note this project is currently only available to landholders that have received a letter from Central Tablelands Local Land Services and are located within the restricted project area. Please complete the application form.