Voluntary conservation agreements
The Voluntary Conservation Agreement (VCA) program provides protection and enhancement of highly significant natural, cultural and landscape assets in perpetuity within the Moreton Bay region on private lands (areas outside of council owned or controlled parks or other public reserves).
This initiative provides landholders with the opportunity and assistance to protect significant nature conservation areas in perpetuity. Registered landholders in the Land for Wildlife program can upgrade to a Voluntary Conservation Agreement to improve protection and management of significant vegetation.
For more information about the Voluntary Conservation Agreement program, please contact Council.
Existing Land for Wildlife Members whom are interested in upgrading to the VCA Program should contact their Land for Wildlife Extension Officer.
Voluntary Conservation Agreement Grants 2017
Grants are available for eligible landholders who currently own a VCA property within the Moreton Bay Regional Council area. The grants assist landholders to complete environmental projects within the VCA areas to protect and enhance native vegetation and wildlife habitat.
All applicants are strongly encouraged to read the Voluntary Conservation Agreement 2017 Grant Guidelines [PDF 290KB]
When can I apply?
Grant applications open at 7:00am on Thursday 13 April, 2017 and close at midnight on Sunday 30 April, 2017.
Projects must be completed and acquittal documentation submitted online by Sunday 29 April, 2018.
How much can I apply for?
Individual grants are available up to a maximum of $2500 per Voluntary Conservation Agreement property.
How do I apply?
Applications must be completed using the online grant application service and submitted with all relevant attachments including a map, photos and any other supporting information.
Please complete the form online.
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