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AgriFutures Honey Bee and Pollination Program Industry Development Grants Open Call (2020-21)

Submissions are now being accepted. Submissions close at 12:00PM 13 August 2020 (AEST).

IMPORTANT: Please read information below to assist you in completing your application online.

The AgriFutures Honeybee and Pollination Program is offering entities* involved in the industry the opportunity to apply for a Industry Development Grant, of up to $5,000.

These grants are available to any entity that is involved in the Australian honey bee and pollination industry. Applications for the Industry Development Grants may focus on (but are not limited to):

  • Travel grants
  • Research funding, including PhD top-ups
  • Business/Industry development
  • Personal development that will benefit industry for example attending conferences, consortiums and educational forums.

Proposals should clearly address as many of the applicable criteria below:

  • The project benefits for growers and producers, and demonstrate industry wide benefit
  • The benefit of grant if used in conjunction with other funding
  • The objectives and outcomes of the proposed project, and the link to the R&D objectives of the Honey Bee and Pollination Program Five Year Plan
  • Who will be undertaking the majority of the work or participating in the opportunity
  • The plan for extension of research outcomes from the project activity work, i.e. beyond distribution of summaries and conference presentations
  • Where relevant, proposals should include collaboration with experts in the field, which may not be located in Australia
  • The applicants understanding of the honey bee and pollination industry.

Please contact Annelies McGaw, Manager, Research (AgriFutures Honey Bee and Pollination Program) prior to submitting your proposal.
Phone: 0407 987 738

* If applying as an individual you must have a current ABN



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