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The Rural Economic Development (RED) Grants offered up to $250,000 in co-contribution grants to agribusiness projects to strengthen primary production sectors and bolster rural communities.

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The Rural Economic Development (RED) Grants program offered emerging agribusiness projects up to $250,000 in co-contributions to build industry and grow employment opportunities across the agricultural sector. The $10 million grant program provided three funding rounds over a three-year period ending 2020.

The RED Grant program has now closed.

Across the three rounds of the RED Grant program, a total of 43 agricultural businesses received funding towards economic development projects worth $40.8 million and estimated to create 1,897 new direct and indirect jobs over the lifetime of these projects.

 

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The Queensland Rural and Industry Development Authority (QRIDA) administer the RED Grant Scheme on behalf of the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

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