Under the Healthy Estuaries WA program landholders in the 600mm+ rainfall zone of the Oyster Harbour Catchment may be eligible for funding for fencing and revegetation of waterways. Approved sites can receive a subsidy in the form of payment of invoices for fencing/revegetation materials or reimbursement of costs upon completion up to the rate $4000 per kilometer. Landholders are expected to make an in-kind contribution to the project eg supply machinery or erection of fence. Revegetation subsidy is usually in the form of payment for seed/seedlings. Project sites including a site plan must be approved by Senior Project Officer Oyster Harbour Catchment Group prior to commencement of works to be eligible for subsidy. Further information and a site inspection may be required to determine if your expression of interest is successful.
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We acknowledge the Minang Bibbulmun people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging and to the wider Bibbulmun community.