Grants to deliver innovation in drought resilience


Federal Member for Parkes Mark Coulton encourages businesses, organisations, and community groups to apply for funding through the Future Drought Fund Drought Resilience Innovation Grants. Photo contributed

Key points:

  • A $34.2 million competitive grants process for innovative projects to manage and prepare for the impacts of drought has opened

  • The Drought Resilience Innovation Grants are a key element of the Future Drought Fund’s Research and Adoption program

Expressions of interest are invited for projects to manage and prepare for the impacts of drought through the Federal Government’s $5 billion Future Drought Fund (FDF).

Minister for Agriculture and Northern Australia David Littleproud said the Drought Resilience Innovation Grants would drive development, extension, adoption and commercialisation of drought resilience practices and technologies.


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