SITA Trust's Enriching Nature Programme
The Sita Trust has announced that its Enriching Nature Programme will re-open for applications on the 29th July 2013.
Environmental organisations, voluntary organisations, charities and community groups will able to apply to the SITA Trust’s Enriching Nature Programme for funding to support Biodiversity projects around any licensed and registered landfill site in England. The Enriching Nature Programme provides funding of up to £75,000 for biodiversity conservation projects that focus on a single species or habitat present on the list of priority species and habitats in England and Wales. Applications of a value up to £25,000 are considered as small grant applications Previous grants awarded under this programme include a grant to the Suffolk Wildlife Trust for Restoration and management of valuable heathland, which will benefit acid grassland, silver studded blue, nightjar and woodlark; a grant to the RSPB to manage upland heath and blanket bog at Geltsdale for hen harrier, black grouse, skylark and reed bunting.
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Posted on 8th August 2013