The Capital Region Landkeepers Trust invests in people and projects through three principal streams: scholarships, fellowships and grants.
Scholarships are available to people who wish to pursue landscape focused research of direct benefit to the Capital Region through the Australian National University, University of Canberra or Charles Sturt University. The research can be at the Honours, Masters or PhD level. Top up scholarships are normally provided however the trust will consider additional scholarship support on a case-by-case basis.
Through its Indigenous Landkeepers Fellowship Program, the Trust is giving particular priority to help grow the skills and leadership capacities of Indigenous people to work on, care for and celebrate country.
Other fellowships are available to support development of professional experience and critical insights through study, training, and mentorships.
The Trust also recognises that worthwhile projects will be put forward that show potential for innovation or leadership but are better supported through a grant.