Providing support for people undertaking projects that will make a positive difference to the natural living environment, in land, sea or air, rural or urban. We support grassroots organisations and individuals, and academics who are working with on-ground community groups.read more
Providing support to people playing a key role in conservation projects. Grants are awarded to individuals for professional development in their field, particularly those involved in grassroots landscape restoration.read more
landscape restoration - bottom up, grassroots, community We have eight projects under our landscape restoration portfolio. All are being driven by the community groups whose members are living and working in their landscape. We are wedded to each of these projects and liaise closely with them to reach targets, to share knowledge, and to provide support. This program is not open to application.read more
Here are some projects that Wettenhall Environment Trust has funded and consider exemplary. They are all projects under our Small Environmental Grant Scheme and the Leadership Development Grants program. Their final reports have shown: an alignment to our purpose; the project was well planned and executed; the project has made a difference to the natural living environment; the project has lead to long term outcomes that would otherwise not have occurred; the project was cost effective with our money well spent.read more
FRIDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2022, 5pm to 8pm, Melbourne Museum Theatre, keynote speaker Professor Tim Flannery and ABC journalist and presenter, Dr Ann Jones talking about our nature crisis in Australia. WIN TWO FREE TICKETS TO THIS EVENT by emailing us a photo of you doing some nature conservation activity (that we can use on our social media). Competition closes 5th September.
Tickets are $50 each full price and $30 for students and can be bought here – https://www.trybooking.com/CBFMA