The Australian Flora Foundation was established in 1981 with the aim of fostering scientific research on the biology and cultivation of Australian plants. It was thought that by encouraging research, a greater awareness of the value of the Australian flora would be developed resulting in explicit measures for their conservation and utilisation. Funds for research are raised through the membership of the Foundation, donations from various sources and the income from bequests.
For funding commencing in 2023, the Foundation expects to support the following:
Malcolm Reed (Large) Grants: to support projects for up to 3 years. Grants can be a minimum of $20,000 up to a maximum of $60,000, spread over the time period of the project.
Small Grants: to support projects for up to two years. Grants can be a minimum of $5,000 up to a maximum of 20,000, spread over the time period of the project.
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