11 March 2022, 05:00 PM
Funding up to $10,000 is available to support biolink projects
A biolink, also known as a habitat corridor, links separate habitat patches and aims to support biodiversity by:
Biolinks have been found to effectively increase movement between patches for a broad range of species. Species that cannot move through unsuitable habitat or that rely upon metapopulation dynamics to recolonise habitat following population declines, are thought to benefit considerably from biolinks.
The Shire has developed a biolink decision support tool which will provide the key mechanism for assessment of applications in areas of:
An Assessment Panel will consider all eligible applications at the close of the funding round. Applicants will be advised of the Panel's decision in April.
To be eligible for consideration for funding, the project/activity must:
Please contact the Natural Systems Team Leader email@example.com