Blown away with new funding
Glenelg Hopkins CMA has been successful in receiving almost $500,000 in funding through the Australian Government’s Threated Species Strategy Action Plan: Priority Species Grants which is funded through the Environment Restoration Fund.
The two projects funded includes another project on the Victorian Volcanic Plains, this time focusing on Adamson’s Blown Grass ($242,123 funding), and managing pine invasion in the feeding habitat of the Red-tailed Black Cockatoo ($249,967 funding).
Acknowledgement must also be extended to Dunkeld Pastoral Company which was was awarded $250,000 to enhance Eastern Quoll Recovery in South-West Victoria; Birdlife Australia who also received funding for a Red-Tail Black Cockatoo recovery project in our area.
To find out more about the Australian Government’s Environment Restoration fund CLICK HERE