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NSW Environment Trust - Saving Our Species Partnership Grants Program now open

The Saving our Species Partnership Grants program is a contestable grants program seeking to achieve long-term outcomes for threatened species in NSW.

Funded by the NSW Environmental Trust, the program will encourage partnerships between government, the community, non-government organisations and corporations to protect and conserve our most vulnerable plants and animals.

The objectives of the Saving our Species Partnership Grants program are to:

  • contribute to increasing the number of threatened species, populations and communities secured in the wild in NSW through strategic co-investment
  • encourage the alignment of efforts to manage threatened species and communities across NSW
  • make decisions about the management of threatened species and communities based on best available evidence and evaluation of outcomes


The Saving our Species Partnership grants program aligns with the NSW Government’s Saving our Species program and framework which was launched in December 2013.

A total of $10 million over 6 years is available under the grants program. Individual grants of between $300,000 and $1,000,000 are available. This includes seed funding of up to $15,000 for successful EOI applicants to develop a detailed Business Plan for their project.

For more details, please click here for the NSW Environment and Heritage website.

Expressions of Interest close at 5pm on Monday 29 September 2014.