Environmental Education grants
Call for applications
The 2014 round of the Environmental Education grants program is now open for Expressions of Interest (EOI). This program has a two-stage application process.
Expression of Interest – due by 5pm Thursday 17 April 2014.
Full application by invitation only. If your EOI is successful, you will be invited to submit a full application in June 2014.
The aim of the Environmental Education grants program is to support educational projects or programs that develop or widen the community's knowledge of skills in, and commitment to, protecting the environment and promoting sustainable behaviour.
The objectives of the Environmental Education grants program are to:
- facilitate changes in behaviour of individuals and groups which affect specific environmental problems
- develop and promote education projects that improve the environment.
For 2014, the Environmental Education grants program has three priority areas. Expressions of Interest will be considered for other environmental education projects; however, the following areas will be given priority:
water conservation and management
- air quality
biodiversity and native vegetation.
Further information and guidance on these priorities is available on the Further information sources - Education web page.
Funding for 2014
The total funds offered under the Environmental Education grants program will be:
Grants of between $5000 and $100,000 are available.
Guidelines and application forms
Further information sources
In addition to the Program Guidelines and Application Guidelines, further information that may be helpful in preparing an education program EOI or full application, is available here.
Grants awarded in 2013
A total of 122 EOIs were received and 21 were invited to submit full applications. The Environmental Trust approved nine applications totalling $442,787. A list of successful projects and project summaries is available on the 2013 Education community page.
State and local government program
A total of 63 EOIs were received and 17 were invited to submit full applications. The Environmental Trust approved eight applications totalling $481,552. A list of successful projects and project summaries is available on the 2013 Education state and local government page.
Grants awarded in previous years
For information on previous grants awarded please select the relevant program from the side navigation menu. A range of case studies from previously conducted Environmental Education projects are available on the case studies page. These projects all have their unique way of assisting to conserve and enhance the NSW environment.
For further information please contact the Environmental Trust:
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Page last updated: 10 April 2014