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These grant guidelines are for organisations and individuals seeking to undertake a revegetation project supported by the 20 Million Trees Programme.
About the Guidelines The 25th Anniversary Landcare Grants Applicant Guidelines 2014–15 (the Guidelines) provide information to help eligible organisations or individuals to prepare an Application for funding to undertake a 25th Anniversary...
About the National priority area chapters The six national priority chapters explore in detail the achievements of the program against each set of intended five-year outcomes. The national priority area chapters are based on quantitative as...
About the Synthesis chapter The synthesis draws on the achievements described in each of the national priority area chapters. The synthesis explores some of the key characteristics, successes and challenges of the initiative. Further...
About the Achievements Report The Caring for our Country first five year Achievements Report outlines progress towards the outcomes and objectives of the program. In doing so, the report highlights the diverse range of activities the...
About the report This 2013 Final Monitoring Report outlines the progress and outcomes from 4 years of repeat biennial surveys undertaken since ANU monitoring of the BGGW sites began in 2010, and concludes the current phase of monitoring...
About the guidelines All projects funded in full or part by the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme must acknowledge the Australian Government’s investment in all promotional activities. Further information Funding...
The Land Management Practice Trends in Australia dataset is accessible from the Monitor on the ABARES website. The data tracks tends in the adoption of key land management practices in Australia. It focuses on practices that improve soil...
This user guide is for grant recipients with administrator rights to projects in MERIT (the online Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Improvement Tool). Administrators have the highest level of permissions for the project. An administrator...
This user guide is for grant recipients with editor rights to projects in MERIT (the online Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Improvement Tool). An editor can change and save information in project reports but cannot submit reports. For...
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