Application date extended…

Application period extended to 29 April 2020
The Queensland Government is monitoring the impact of COVID-19 in relation to the 2020 Investment Round.

The Government understands COVID-19 may have limited or prevented some applicants from receiving necessary advice and support to complete an application.

In response, the deadline for submitting applications for Intake 2 of Investment Round 1 of the Land Restoration Fund has been extended to 29 April 2020.


About the fund…

The Queensland Government’s $500 million Land Restoration Fund aims to expand carbon farming in the state by supporting land-sector projects that deliver additional environmental, social and economic co-benefits.

The Fund will empower farmers, land managers and landholders with the support needed to generate additional, regular and diverse income streams and protect their business in tough times, through carbon farming projects.

A robust carbon farming industry in Queensland will create regional jobs and contribute to reducing Queensland’s carbon emissions, as well as providing valuable co-benefits like healthier waterways, more habitat for threatened species, and more resilient landscapes.