Urban Tree Challenge Fund

A new £10 million plan will see more than 130,000 trees planted across England’s towns and cities, Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced in May. Through the Urban Tree Challenge Fund, grants will be available over the next two years to green urban areas and help meet the government’s target to plant one million urban trees by 2022. The scheme is administered by the Forestry Commission and is open to individuals, local authorities, charities and NGOs. Grants will fund the planting of trees and the first three years of their care to ensure they can flourish into the future.


Community Forest and Woodland Outreach Project fund

The Children and Nature Programme is a key commitment within the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan and aims to support children to have better access to natural environments to benefit their health and wellbeing, particularly those children who attend schools with a high proportion of pupils eligible for Pupil Premium. The Children and Nature Programme is funded by the Department of Education and supported by Defra and Natural England who are administering and managing the grants.


Community Grant - Water, Mills and Marshes

Do you have projects you want to do in the Broads? Thought of a way to improve the landscape or conserve the heritage of the Broads and contribute to the wider aims of Water, Mills & Marshes? This fund is open to community groups and local organisations and funding on offer ranges from: £100 to £5000. Decide how much you want to apply for and complete an application form. If you want to talk through your idea with us, please get in touch, there is lots of help available. Find out more from the Broads Authority >



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