Interested parties are annually invited to submit applications to the Inspiring South Australia program at the SA Museum for funding of up to $2500 for community science activities and events in regional and remote South Australia.
The 2019 SA Regional Science Small Grants are open to regional community groups, organisations and businesses to help bring the celebration of science to an increasing number of South Australians.
Grants may be used to support the hosting of community events during National Science Week (10-18 August 2019) as well as year-round science engagement activities.
Applications can be made by regionally-based organisations or groups willing to lead and coordinate the science activity or event.
The 2019 Regional Science Small Grant winners are:
- Experiencing Marine Sanctuaries: Curious Cuttles in the Pub
- Kangaroo Island Regional Science Hub: KI Regional Science Hub
- Adelaide Hills Science Hub
- Natural Resources Eyre Peninsula: Eyre Peninsula Summer Snorkels 2020
- Lakes Rotary Club Mt Gambier: Science & Engineering Challenge, Mt Gambier
- Rotary Club of Whyalla: Science & Engineering Challenge, Whyalla
- Rotary Club of Northern Yorke Peninsula: Science & Engineering Challenge, Kadina
- Rotary Club of Murray Bridge: Science & Engineering Challenge, Murray Bridge
- University of South Australia: Empowering Mt Gambier through citizen science
Science Alive: Regional Science Alive events
- Callington A&H Society Inc.: The Sci-Tech Show at the Callington Show
- Copper Coast Library – Kadina: Bee-Bot Robot Discovery
- Port Lincoln Library: Sci-Fi Pi
- Caltowie Corrdidors of Green: Appila Springs Environmental Field Day
- Victor Harbor Public Library: Stars in the Library
Inquiries and applications should be sent to the following contact.
Name: Sheryn Pitman
Title: Inspiring South Australia Programme Manager
Telephone: 8207 7382
For more information, read the 2019 SA Regional Science Small Grants Information Guide
To apply, download the 2019 SA Regional Science Small Grants Application Form