Many thanks to those who shared their community projects with us.
We will assess all the applications and will announce the successful recipients by 31 August 2017.
Is your not-for-profit community group planning a rabbit management project, event or activity?
And will it enhance the effect of the new strain of calici virus (RHDV1 K5) and benefit communities, environment and agriculture?
If you answered yes, you may be eligible for a small grant under the Victorian Rabbit Action Network Community Action Grants Program.
But get in quickly, because applications are closing at 5 pm on Wednesday, 23 August 2017.
Community groups can apply for grants of up to $5000 for one-off projects. For further information or to discuss your project, contact VRAN Grants Coordinator, Heidi Kleinert (firstname.lastname@example.org), or visit www.rabbitaction.com/forms for funding guidelines and application forms.
Complete our survey and you could win a copy of Those Wild Rabbits, Bruce Munday’s insightful new book on Australia’s struggle against our rabbit foe.
The Victorian Rabbit Action Network (VRAN) is undertaking a survey of people who are involved in rabbit management activities in Victoria.
The findings will inform how VRAN supports people, communities and organisations to achieve more sustainable and effective rabbit control.
Complete the VRAN rabbit management survey online.
The survey is short. It will only take 5-20 minutes to complete, and responses will be confidential. You can enter the prize draw by providing your contact details at the end of the survey.