Association looks for community support in grant bid

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Wayne Webb, Rod Cary, Rachelle Cousins, Sharon Williams and Adam Tweddle at the Undalup garden project site.
Camera IconWayne Webb, Rod Cary, Rachelle Cousins, Sharon Williams and Adam Tweddle at the Undalup garden project site. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.

The Undalup Association needs community support to secure an environmental grant.

The not-for-profit association is a finalist for an environmental grant through Canon, and the winner is decided from public votes.

Undalup supports the growth and diversity of the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community by building awareness of traditional and cultural ties to the land, and promoting a better understanding of land and water management.

Canon products worth $4000 and $1000 are awarded to category winners, and Undalup will use the equipment to record wildlife rescues and seasonal changes, and create cultural documentaries with the younger generation.

Voting closes on Friday, August 31 and winners will be announced in mid-September.

To vote, visit canon.com.au/about-canon/community/grants.

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