2018-19 ACT Environment Grants - Successful Projects

$192,460 has funded 11 projects under the 2018-19 ACT Environment Grants Program. This year’s grant recipients have a broad range of objectives from landscape restoration, biodiversity and native habitat enhancement, threatened species research and education of our indigenous heritage.

The following 11 projects received funding:

  • Restoration of the Griffith Woodland - The Griffith Woodland Volunteer Group and Southern ACT Catchment Group $6,620
  • Habitat connectivity in the Uriarra Creek Catchment - Southern ACT Catchment Group $6,590
  • Wildlife dam restoration Urambi Hills Reserve - Urambi Hills Parkcare Group and Southern ACT Catchment Group $2,995
  • Rehabilitation of natural temperate grasslands at Mugga Mugga Cottage - ACT Historic Places and Southern ACT Catchment Group $25,520
  • Tidbinbilla River floodplain restoration - The Malloon Creek Institute and Southern ACT Catchment Group $30,350
  • Protecting woodlands in Spring Station Creek Catchment - Southern ACT Catchment Group $37,800
  • Vegwatch Monitoring Program supporting Citizen Science - Molonglo Catchment Group $5,500
  • Monitoring Rosenberg’s Goanna - National Parks Association of the ACT $29,900
  • Grasslands restoration in Ginninderra - Ginninderra Catchment Group $35,953
  • Yarramundi Grasslands demonstration revegetation - Friends of Grasslands $3,012
  • Jerrabomberra Wetlands billabong cultural trail - Woodlands Wetlands Trust $8,220