BCT is entering 34 funded agreements with willing landholders across New South Wales as a result of 3 Conservation Tenders this year. These cover about 11,200 hectares and are worth a total of $32.5 million, provided to landholders through annual payments for the term of the agreement, and consist of:
The BCT is opening its conservation management program in an additional seven regions across New South Wales. The BCT works with willing landholders to conserve important biodiversity or habitat for threatened species in priority investment areas across NSW.
The Member for Monaro John Barilaro announced that the Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) is calling for expressions of interest (EOI) from landholders interested in diversifying their incomes by earning annual management payments for conserving native grasslands on their property. Download the autofill
The BCT works with willing landholders to enter conservation agreements to conserve important biodiversity or habitat for threatened species in priority investment areas across NSW. Minister Gabrielle Upton talks with BCT Executive Director and Chief Executive, Paul Elton, discuss the funding available for landholders with Prime 7.