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Monday, 15 September 2003
Page: 20119

Mr McClelland asked the Minister for the Environment and Heritage, upon notice, on 11 August 2003:

(1) What programs have been introduced, continued or renewed by the Minister's Department in the electoral division of Barton since March 1996.

(2) What grants and or benefits have been provided to individuals, businesses and organisations by the Minister's Department to the electoral division of Barton since 1996.

Dr Kemp (Minister for the Environment and Heritage) —The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

(d) and (2) Since the Natural Heritage Trust was introduced in 1996, over $647 000 has been provided in the Barton electorate, under various programs including Clean Seas, Coastcare, and Bushcare. In addition, the Urban Stormwater Initiative has funded $550 600 in the Barton Electorate. The Greenhouse Office has funded $8 000 under the Cities for Climate Protection Program and $1 million under the Renewable Energy Commercialisation Program. Under the Grants to Voluntary Environment and Heritage Organisations, The NSW Bird Atlassers received $9,000.