Enhanced Access Fund recipients – next round now accepting applications
The Commission has awarded six grants from the Enhanced Access Fund:
- $5000 to the Kauri Coast Promotion Society to support signage at two historic river walks in Dargaville.
- $5000 to the NZ Horse Network to support surveying and legal costs to secure enduring access to the Otekaieke Bridle Trail in Otago.
- $5000 to the Clevedon Community and Business Association for information and legal costs on a trails project in Clevedon.
- $1000 to Fish and Game Hawke’s Bay for angler access signage at the Tukituki River.
- $10,000 to the Dunedin Tunnel Trails Trust for surveying and legal costs on the Dunedin Tunnels Trail.
- $3240 to the Motu Trails Charitable Trust for surveying on the Whakaumu Trail near Opotiki.
Applications are now open for the next funding round. Up to $100,000 will be available in two rounds, with the first round closing on 30 September 2017.
For information on the priorities for funding, and how to apply, visit the Enhanced Access Fund section on the Commission’s website.