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Sustainable Future Grants Program recipients

Support of up to $10,000 will be provided to the below Tasmanian Not-For-Profit Organisations under TasNetworks' Sustainable Future Grants Programs. Read more...

  • Sustainable Living Tasmania
    With the help of student leaders from New Town Primary and Ogilvie High Schools, Sustainable Living Tasmania will use their grant of $10,000 to implement WasteWatcher Wormfarm Systems at early learning centres in greater Hobart, enabling them to process their organic waste and divert it from landfill.
  • Surf Life Saving Tasmania

    Surf Life Saving Tasmania are taking steps to eliminate plastic waste. With their grant of $3,000, they’ll be implementing an EcoSafe Policy and purchasing re-useable sunscreen containers for their lifeguards and volunteers.

  • Friends of Bonorong
    Friends of Bonorong will use their grant of $10,000 to improve raptor rehabilitation outcomes in the north of the state by constructing round ‘doughnut’ aviaries, enabling Tasmanian raptors in their care, such as Wedge-tailed Eagles, to test fly at high speeds before release.
  • Eat Well Tasmania

    Eat Well Tasmania will put their $10,000 grant towards the development of a new digital campaign called ‘Love Your Leftovers’, aimed at promoting responsible food waste practices in the home and encouraging people to get creative with their leftovers.

  • The Derwent Catchment Project

    The Derwent Catchment Project has a healthy Miena Cider Gum conservation program at Miena in the Central Highlands. Over-browsing by possums is currently being experienced at the site due to wombats digging under the existing fence. With the help of a $5,240 grant, wombat gates will be installed, allowing passage of wombats whilst excluding access to other wildlife.

  • Tamar NRM
    Tamar NRM has been awarded a $10,000 grant in support of their Source to Sea Project – an education framework which aims to engage and educate local school students and the broader community about the importance of the kanamaluka/Tamar Estuary Catchment, the traditional owners and land management techniques, pollution sources and impacts and native flora, fauna, and marine and birdlife habitats.