Gwymac Landcare has received almost $20,000 to control invasive weeds at Nullamanna, funded by the Coalition Government's Communities Environment Program.
The project will reduce threats to biodiversity around Nullamanna with a target on Privet, Blackberry, Silverleaf Nightshade and Prickly Pear.
Eight private properties will be the focus of Gwymac staff, as well as the Nullamanna Frazers Creek Travelling Stock Reserve.
Member for New England, Barnaby Joyce, said the Communities Environment Program was about empowering local community groups to deliver practical environmental projects.
"I was very pleased with the high quality of applications received from our local community and environmental organisations, and their enthusiasm to undertake practical environmental projects," Mr Joyce said.
"Community groups in the Inverell region and across the New England are already delivering many great environmental projects, whether it's planting trees, cleaning up local waterways, reducing litter or protecting native species," he said.
The Coalition Government is investing more than $22 million in the Communities Environment Program to support local environmental projects in every electorate across Australia, with grants ranging from $2,500 to $20,000 per project.
A broad range of organisations were eligible to apply, including local community clubs, not-for-profit organisations, landcare groups and schools.
"This latest grant will help further those outcomes and I look forward to working together to deliver this project which is due to start very shortly."