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Applications open for Wheatbelt biodiversity grants

Daniel RooneyNarrogin Observer
Grants are available for activities which protect eucalypt woodlands.
Camera IconGrants are available for activities which protect eucalypt woodlands. Credit: Supplied

The Wheatbelt Natural Resources and Management group is taking applications for grants from landholders to preserve bush land habitats and protect native fauna.

Wheatbelt NRM is comitted to protecting Malleefowl in the Wheatbelt.
Camera IconWheatbelt NRM is comitted to protecting Malleefowl in the Wheatbelt. Credit: Supplied

Wheatbelt landholders affected by the February 2022 bush fires in Corrigin, including areas of Bruce Rock/Quairading shires, and Narrogin East, including areas of Wickepin/Cuballing shires, that hold activities such as fencing to protect fire-affected remnant vegetation patches from stock may be able to receive grants of up to $15,000.

Details are available on the Wheatbelt NRM website. Applications close February 28.

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