The Foundation is the only organisation in Australia whose philanthropy is an investment in our public estate, our unique species and our cultural heritage – for all to enjoy.
Each year the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife partners with the Paddy Pallin Foundation and the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales to offer the Paddy Pallin Science Grants. The Foundation is funding two grants this year for PhD candidates and early career researchers undertaking conservation-based research with tangible outcomes for the management of Australia's marine species and ecosystems. Grants are also on offer for terrestrial and freshwater conservation-based research.
Since 2008, the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife and its partners have funded almost $1 million-worth of grants to private landowners in New South Wales to undertake conservation works on their own properties.
2014 was the first year that the Foundation offered Private Land Conservation Grants to landowners in Victoria.
- VIC Private Land Grant Recipients were announced on Monday 30th June 2014.
- NSW Private Land Grant Recipients were announced on Monday 16th June 2014.
Previous Year NSW Private Land Conservation Grant Reports
Recipients of NSW Private Land Conservation Grants from 2013 and previous years were requested to provide an annual report upon completion of this year's project phase, and before the 30th June 2014.
To lodge your report, use this online form: fnpw.org.au/plcg-report
Find out what the Foundation has been up to in 2014.
Each month the Foundation sends out a media release promoting our environmental education program Backyard Buddies. We also publicise projects and grant programs that we help fund and administer.
All three levels of government have come together with the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife to protect an area known as Heritage Estates. The high-conservation-value land of Heritage Estates is at Worrowing Heights between Vincentia and Erowal Bay, in the Shoalhaven region on the south coast of New South Wales. Heritage Estates is a 180 hectare “paper” subdivision of approximately 1,200 lots. The project will enable the purchase of as many lots within Heritage Estates as possible for inclusion into Jervis Bay National Park for permanent protection.