Grants available to strengthen rural and regional communities
After supporting more than 50 incredible local projects in 2021, the Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program is back, offering grants of up to $5,000 for projects across rural and regional Australia.
Nutrien Community Grants help students to understand sustainability and the environment
Students at Muswellbrook South Public School will be able to experience the latest in sustainability and recycling practices thanks to the new equipment purchased with funding from the Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants program.
Students immerse themselves in agriculture thanks to community grants funding
Belltrees Public School has a long history of leading the way in teaching primary-aged students about sustainability and agriculture.
No more silent movies for Mansfield Armchair Cinema
Cinema goers at the Mansfield Armchair Cinema can now enjoy outdoor movie nights thanks to newly installed weatherproof speakers funded by the Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants program
Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program supports community arts in Moora
Renovations are underway for the Harmony Room at the Gardiner Streets Arts Collective in Moora – a place where locals gather for a multitude of inclusive activities and creative workshops. A fresh coat of paint, dedicated display boards for art, cosy seating and new rugs is going to refresh the…
West Wyalong Hospital Auxiliary receives new medical equipment
Patients, hospital staff and travellers of West Wyalong Hospital Auxiliary in the Bland Shire will soon benefit from new hospital equipment funded by the Nutrien Ag Solutions Community Grants Program.
Nutrien funding supports return of medical service to Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island
The Penneshaw Community Health Rooms once housed Medical, Community Nursing and Allied Health Services on a weekly basis. With budget restraints by SA Health, these services were discontinued in Penneshaw and centralised in Kingscote, a round trip of approximately 120km.
Nutrien Warrnambool raises over $20,000 for charity
The recent cattle store sale at the South-West Victorian Livestock Exchange (SWVLX) saw $21,000 raised for a young truckdriver who recently lost both of her legs in a road accident. Warrnambool’s Michelle Pillar was involved in a truck accident in January which left her with significant injuries,…