STATE NRM OFFICE

Natural Resource Management in Western Australia

State NRM Program Grants

The State NRM Program is a Western Australian Government initiative that provides funding for activities that protect and enhance WA's environment and natural resources.

More than $67 million has been committed to grants since the Program's inception in 2009, supporting over 430 different projects delivered by more than 220 groups.

Visit our projects page to see what we have funded.

New funding for the Program was announced in May 2014 - $24 million over three years starting 2015/16 to support community engagement and participation in natural resource management.

Details on the types of grants that will be available under the new Program will be available soon.

 

Information for grant recipients

Acknowledging State NRM Program funding

If you have a project with us you must remember to acknowledge us as a funder.

This helps spread the news about the types of activities we fund, raises our profile as a key funder and keeps the WA community informed of how public money is spent.

Use these words: ..."supported by funding from the Western Australian Government's State Natural Resource Management Program" ...

Acknowledgement should be included in all promotional activities:

  • events and announcements
  • media releases and interviews
  • workshops, forums and conferences
  • display materials and signs
  • publications and websites

Logo downloads

These logos can be used on publications, websites, advertising and display materials and signs. Three high quality versions are supplied here that should meet your design needs. Please note that you need a special design program to open the EPS version.

Funding agreement and reporting templates

These are supplied as an example only. You will receive the latest versions of these when you develop your funding agreement and commence reporting.

Valuing your contribution

Your contribution as a volunteer is probably much bigger than you realise.

In an environment of shrinking budgets it's important we capture the true value of volunteer and other in-kind effort. It helps funders understand the real dollar value of activities and impact of spending on community projects.

In-kind contributions include the donation of:

  • time (volunteer hours or specialist services)
  • use of equipment
  • materials

Time is often underestimated in these calculations.

When estimating time, consider all the things that you and others do:

  • traveling
  • organising things
  • promoting and communicating
  • supervising activities
  • the list goes on....

State NRM Program volunteer rates:

  • adult $250 per day or $30 per hour
  • child $15 per hour
  • specialists are accounted at their normal full rates

We can't emphasise enough how important it is to capture in-kind contributions.

Please contact us if you would like help estimating the in-kind contribution of your project.

 

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2013/14 State NRM Program progress report available now

See how funds have been spent through the State NRM Program to support natural resource management in Western Australia. Download a copy

Page last updated on Tuesday, 2 June 2015