The Australian Government is providing $73.8 million in grant funding over four years from 2023–24 to support the establishment of new plantations.
Grants will be available to private, First Nations, and farm forestry businesses, as well as state and territory government forestry enterprises through the Support Plantation Establishment program. The grants will require applicants to provide a co-contribution equal to the grant amount.
The grant program is scheduled to open later in June 2023 and stakeholders are encouraged to register their interest on GrantConnect, to receive an email notification once the program opens through the Community Grants Hub.
The Australian Government’s Support Plantation Establishment program will open later in June for private businesses and farm foresters.
The $73.8 million in grant funding will support the establishment of new plantations, help secure Australia’s future domestic wood supply and help meet Australia’s carbon emission reduction commitments.
Grants will be open to private industry, First Nations businesses, farm foresters, and state and territory government forestry enterprises.
The grants will require applicants to provide a co-contribution equal to the grant amount.
Avoid missing out on this potential grant opportunity by registering your interest on GrantConnect.
Click on the ‘New User Registration’ menu at the top of the GrantConnect homepage and complete the online form, and you will receive an email when the grant round opens.