The Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala Link (K2W) Glideways program has funding available to assist farmers within the K2W conservation corridor (see map) to replace native trees and shrubs that have been lost due to drought, senescence, and the recent bushfires.
We will fund up to $3.75 (ex GST) per stem (including plant and guard) up to a maximum of $2,500 per property.
The project will only fund native trees and shrubs and all work will need to be completed before end of May 2021.
All successful applicants will enter an agreement with the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife and will be required to submit a report at completion of project.
To apply for this funding Landholders are invited to complete an Expression of Interest before 30 June 2020.
If landholders are interested in undertaking larger scale revegetation works or would like to have advice on managing habitat on their property, please indicate your interest and we will arrange a property visit subject to Covid 19 restrictions.
Interested landholders should check the map below to ensure you are within (or close to!) the area covered by this project, the Kanangra-Boyd to Wyangala conservation area (including Taralga, Tuena, Bigga, Trunkey Creek, Neville)
Download funding guidelines and expression of interest here Glideways-ExpressionOfInterestForm
and editable word version here Editible word version