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Reef Guardian Sea Country Grants
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The Reef Guardian Sea Country Grants fund Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land and sea management organisations who support Traditional Owners delivering sea country and heritage management projects.
The objective of the grant opportunity is to support initiatives that keep Indigenous heritage values of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park (including environmental, tangible and intangible heritage values) strong, safe and healthy. This may include projects that:
provide resources and experiences to build Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage knowledge about the Reef, including identification, mapping, intergenerational sharing and promotion
recognise and foster leadership in Sea Country management, including skills and leadership development
encourage and support action to provide on-ground sea country conservation and protection, and to influence others to do so
build networks and facilitate partnerships to build more effective and efficient stewardship of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage values.
For more information see the http://elibrary.gbrmpa.gov.au/jspui/bitstream/11017/3524/1/Reef-Guardian-Sea-Country-Grants-Guidelines-2019.pdf
For eligibility refer to grant guidelines attached below
As indicated above in instructions for application submission
Applicants should complete the online application form, via SmartyGrants and submit their completed application electronically. The link to this online application form\ can be found at http://www.gbrmpa.gov.au/about-us/about-us/grants
Applications will be assessed in a competitive, merit-based process against the program’s assessment criteria. Following assessment of application, applicants will be notified in writing of the outcome in January 2020.
As per instructions for application submission above