How to Apply
Nature Foundation’s grants support research that contributes to the conservation of South Australia’s biodiversity and habitats.
Researchers at Hiltaba Nature Reserve; photo James Dorey
The Mike Bull Award for Early Career Nature Scientists is NOW OPEN, closing Sunday 29 May 2022. All other grant categories are CLOSED and applicants for the March 2022 round will be contacted in June regarding the outcome of their application.
We prioritise proposals that align with our Science Strategy and focus on our nature reserves, our conservation programs and our Water For Nature program.
Nature Foundation’s grants program offers grants in several categories. Please refer to our grant categories to see which grant you may be eligible for.
Grants may not be offered in each category in every grant round.
Grant proposals that align with Nature Foundation's key priorities and/or our list of potential research projects are more likely to achieve funding success.
Applicants should ensure that their proposals for Grand Start, Research Project and Community grant categories are projects that:
If a proposal is for a multi-year grant it must also:
- Show how the money can successfully leverage additional funding from other organisations.
Our list of potential research projects is broadly themed across arid nature reserve management, fauna and Water For Nature.
It is essential that you read the Grants Program Guidelines before applying.
Download, complete the Application Form and email it to [email protected] by the closing date.
To apply for the Mike Bull Award
The Mike Bull Award for Early Career Nature Scientists has its own objectives and research proposals will be assessed against these, which you can find in the relevant sections of the grant categories and Grants Program Guidelines.