The Tasmanian Weeds Action Fund (WAF) is a $5 million state government initiative that supports farmers and other community organisations tackle weeds impacting valuable agricultural and environmental assets across the state.
Stage 2: Round 3 - Targeted Small Grants Round.
Stage 2: Round 2 - Large Grants Round.
Stage 2: Round 1 - Small Grants Round.
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Information on funded projects
Successful projects are listed on the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania website at nre.tas.gov.au/invasive-species/weeds/tasmanian-weeds-action-fund.
The Tasmanian Government Weeds Action Fund aims to:
A key principle underpinning the Tasmanian Weeds Action Fund is that of “shared responsibility”. Landowners, local government and the broader community are encouraged to be strategic and work together to identify, and where possible, eradicate priority weeds that impact their land.
Funded until 2024, the initiative is also designed to support and drive shared responsibility through co-investment (of cash or in-kind resources) through the life of the program and beyond, to achieve high-level value for money and enduring long-term outcomes.
This project is funded by the Tasmanian Government through the Tasmanian Weeds Action Fund facilitated by NRM North with support from NRM South and the Cradle Coast Authority NRM.