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Applications open for Bite Size Funding

funding 2.JPGNatural Resources Northern and Yorke have opened applications for Bite Size Funding.

The program is designed to help kick-start environmental projects with a natural resource management outcome.

Bite Size Funding will allow schools, community groups and volunteer groups to achieve outcomes that benefit the environment, through short term projects.

Grants of up to $500 are available to successful applicants.

Natural Resources Northern and Yorke Performance and Reporting Coordinator, John Peet, says the completed projects showcase the diversity of natural resource management in the Northern and Yorke region.

Previous projects include plant revegetation, development of native habitat gardens, purchasing colour-coded bins to promote recycling, and raising awareness of shallow marine life.

Applications must be received by July 30th.

For more information on Bite Size Funding, click here.

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