The Force for Nature mini-grant scheme is again offering up to £4,000 for community projects within and around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park that either support biodiversity, create new green spaces, or deliver on conservation or climate change.

Examples of projects the fund can support include: wildflower meadow creation on small areas of common and public land, increasing pollinator habitats, tree planting, creating hedgerows, planting fruit trees and pond creation.

Applications can be made by not-for-profit organisations and businesses in Pembrokeshire who have a bank account in the name of the organisation..

Priority will be given to applications coming from Boncath, Cilgerran, Clydau, Cwm Gwaun, Moylegrove, Pembroke, Stackpole and Castlemartin, Hundleton, Angle, Newport, Fishguard and Goodwick, Crymych, Eglwyswrw, and Nevern.

Deadline for submissions is Sunday, September 1, and decisions will be made within four weeks.

The project must be completed by February 28, 2025, and no match funding is required. Interested parties can access the application form and submit it via email to [email protected].

Funding for the grant has come from Local Places for Nature Fund (administered by WCVA) with support from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority as well as the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Trust fundraising.