Biffa Awards: Rebuilding Biodiversity

Interests Projects under the Rebuilding Biodiversity theme support a variety of living things, including all species of plants and animals and the natural systems/habitats that support them. Work can include habitat improvement works, tree surgery, scrub removal, and the purchase of plants, seeds, and trees. Projects should have a strong element of public access or inclusion such as volunteer involvement.

How to Apply You will need to include a site survey and management plan, photographs of the site’s condition and a clear rationale for the species and habitat management techniques you will use to fulfill the aim and outcomes outlined in your Full Application.Complete an Expression of Interest online Form, and then apply via the website. It is advised to contact the Grants Officer before applying. No deadlines.

Exclusions Your church must be and have public access for 104 days a year. Research costs cannot be funded. You will need to find a third-party contributor(s) to provide 10% of the grant you are applying for. Total project cost must be <£200,000.

Phone 01636 670000

Address Biffa Award Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts The Kiln, Waterside Mather Road Newark Nottinghamshire NG24 1WT


Website (Regional Grants Manager contact details on website)

Grant potential £10,000-£75,000 (average grant £32,829)


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