Grants and Funding

​​​​​Summary of closing dates for funding/grants
​Horticultural Netting Infrastructure Program*​
​​The program will provide a grant for up to 50 per cent of the costs to purchase and install permanent protective netting and associated infrastructure or throw-over protective netting (also known as drape netting) over permanent horticultural​ plantings.
Applications are now open through SmartyGrants and close when fully expended or 31 March 2023.

​2021 Natural Disaster - Primary Producer Recovery Grants

​These recovery measures aim to assist those in demonstrated need with the costs of clean-up and reinstatement of infrastructure for primary producers that have suffered damage as a direct result of the Central Tasmanian Floods from October 2021 and November​ 2021 and the Southern Tasmanian Storm in December 2021.
Applications are now open through SmartyGrants and close on 30 November 2022

Carbon Farming Advice Rebate Pilot Program

The Carbon Farming Advice Pilot Rebate Program provides primary producers with rebates of up to $10,000 for advice sought about the costs and benefits of accessing carbon credits, auditing requirements, and on-ground actions that are eligible for carbon credits.
DairyTas Small Grants Programme​
​The DairyTas Small Project Grants Programme is an initiative that enables dairy farmer groups and other organisations in any of the regions of the State to apply for funding to undertake initiatives to help the dairy industry and to help develop local solutions to local problems.
The small Projects Grant is a competitive grant round. The maximum grant available is $10,000 per grant excluding GST.
​2023 Science and Innovation Awards​
The 2023 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry supports young people to undertake a project on an innovative or emerging scientific issue, which will contribute to the ongoing success and sustainability of Australia's agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries. Applications close on 23 September 2022.

*or when funding allocation is exhausted, whichever occurs first.
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