Applications are open until 2 August 2021 for the Waikato Regional Council’s Environmental Initiatives Fund (EIF). This fund provides one-off grants to projects which directly enhance and/or benefit the environment or provide environmental education.
Applications open: 1 July 2021, 9:00 am
Applications close: 2 August 2021, 5:00 pm
What types of projects may be funded?
Local environmental restoration projects
Practical environmental initiatives that involve community participation
Educational or promotional activities that raise awareness of environmental issues
How much can you apply for?
Up to $40,000. Projects may be funded for up to three years. However, the total project grant may not exceed $40,000.
Where can I apply?
Previous Grants in Thames Coromandel
Last year we gave nearly $200,000 to eight Coromandel projects.
That included nearly $40K to the Coromandel Independent Living Trust to set up a nursery to grow eco-sourced native plants for local projects and to train up local rangitahi.
We also funded plant and animal pest management and restoration work at Whiritoa, Tuateawa, McGregor Bay, Rings Beach, Long Bay and Kapowai Valley.
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Hello Cr Tegg,
I am a resident of Paeroa and keenly concerned about climate change and the impacts of climate and sea level rise on the Hauraki Plains. You mentioned a while back that Hauraki DC has produced a set of policies and actions for climate change. I’ve tried to get a copy from them but so far without success. I would be very grateful, if you have an electronic version, to have you forward a copy to me.
Mairi Jay 55 Station Road, Paeroa 3600 Ph: 07-280-2699
On Fri, 9 Jul 2021 at 20:20, Tegg Talk – Thames Coromandel Comment wrote:
> TeggTalk posted: ” Applications are open until 2 August 2021 for the > Waikato Regional Council’s Environmental Initiatives Fund (EIF). This fund > provides one-off grants to projects which directly enhance and/or benefit > the environment or provide environmental education. ” >
go to my other blog about this zero carbon report and you should be able to download a copy
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