Round Two of the Everyone’s Environment grants program is open with $4 million available for projects that clean up, repair and restore the local environment.

Grants between $2,000 and $100,000 are available for projects like:

  • community clean up activities (litter and illegal dumping)
  • restoration of wetlands, coastal dunes and river or stream banks, including cleanup, reinstatement of natural hydrology, fencing of riparian areas, revegetation and halting degrading processes
  • water quality improvement in rural and urban areas through erosion control, sediment trapping and runoff reduction
  • pest control and eradication
  • significant capital works/expenditure subject to clear demonstration of environmental benefits and written technical advice
  • threatened and priority species habitat restoration, rehabilitation and revegetation (building connectivity and improving resilience)
  • tree planting (native endemic species)
  • weeds eradication (Weeds of National Significance and Class I, II and III weeds only—emerging threats may be considered on a case by case basis in consultation with Biosecurity Queensland)
  • water quality monitoring (projects must be a minimum of three years in duration).

Submissions close at 5pm on 31 May 2013, so apply now to help get your project underway.

Visit to download the guidelines and find out more.

Please contact ALFAQ should you require any assistance in the application process.