In 2013-14, the Grants funded 6 projects to improve catchment health and conservation outcomes to the value of $176,000. The successful project proponents and projects were:
Greening Australia Capital Region
- World’s First Reintroduction of the Critically Endangered Ginninderra Peppercress-$14,297
World’s first translocation of the endangered Ginninderra Peppercress.
- Establishing Native Grasslands for Habitat and Seed Production on Rehabilitated Land $33,605
To establish local ground cover species and provide habitat linkages for flora and fauna movements.
Friends of the Grasslands
- Grassy Ecosystem Restoration on National Lands in Central Canberra - $17,282
To restore ecologically endangered grassy woodlands and native grasslands. Molonglo Catchment Group.
- Revegetation in Lower Molonglo Reserve after Woody Weed Removal -$43,018
To revegetate areas following woody weed removal, create habitat for native species and prevent erosion on slopes.
Ginninderra Catchment Group
- Frogwatch Ephemeral Zone - $23,956
For aquatic and bank revegetation around selected riparian zones, and urban waterways.
Southern ACT Catchment Group
- Weed Control Assistance for Paddy’s River Tharwa Region Rural Lessees - $43,842
Weed Control Assistance for Paddy’s River Tharwa Region Rural Lessees.