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Grants and Funding - Request for Proposals:
Leopard Frog Conservation - R2-FWS-BA-CC2D (open Feb 3, 2009)
The purpose of this project is to conserve the
federally listed Chiricahua Leopard Frog on the
Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge by preventing re-establishment
of the invasive, non-native American Bullfrog. This will involve
hand removal of frogs and monitoring refuge sites to determine status
of the Chiricahua Leopard frog and possible re-invading bullfrogs.
This is part of an ongoing project that has been active for over
10 years in efforts to conserve, protect and improve conditions for
the Chiricahua leopard frog.
Note: This project is intended for the University
of Arizona as part of an ongoing project. No other
applicants will be accepted for this project.
Closing date for applications is Feb 9, 2009.
River Basin Native Fish Conservation Program - Redfield Canyon
4-80 - 201819J807
(open Feb 3, 2009)
The purpose of this project is to attempt mechanical removal of green sunfish
within Redfield Canyon. Two capture sessions each year will be made until the
sunfish are eradicated. If the green sunfish have not been eradicated by the
end of year 3, the CAP Program will evaluate the prospects for control of green
sunfish, and consider funding efforts for an additional two years.
Closing date for applications is Feb 10, 2009.
Gulf of Maine Environmental Compliance and Protection Fund
National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
The Trustees of the Gulf of Maine Environmental
Compliance and Protection Fund announce a funding opportunity to
restore natural resources damaged in the coastal environment of the
Gulf of Maine, State of Maine.
Full proposals are due Feb 15, 2009.
Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species - 2009 Call for Proposals (PDF | 45 KB)
Mid-Atlantic Panel on Aquatic Invasive Species.
In 2009 the MAP is offering a limited Small Grants
Competition to encourage interested groups and individuals
to submit proposals for possible funding. Up to $50,000 is available
to fund several projects. MAP encourages projects that are in the
$7,000 to $10,000 range.
Full proposals are due Feb 28, 2009.
Crop Research Initiative / Grants.gov
- USDA-CSREES-SCRI-002038 (open Feb 2, 2009)
Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension
The Specialty Crop Research Initiative was established to solve critical
industry issues through research and extension activities. Specialty crops are
defined as fruits and vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, and horticulture and
nursery crops, including floriculture. Projects include efforts to identify and
address threats from pests and diseases, including threats to specialty crop
Letter of intent deadline is Mar 2, 2009 and closing date for
applications is Apr 15, 2009.
Vermont Aquatic Nuisance Species Grant-in-Aid Grants for Project Year 2009
(PDF | 360 KB)
Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation. Water Quality
The Grant-in-Aid Program provides financial assistance
to municipalities and agencies of the state for aquatic nuisance
species management programs.
Applications must be postmarked Mar 4, 2009.
North American Wetlands Conservation Act
DOI. FWS. Division of Bird Habitat Conservation.
The North American Wetlands Conservation Act
of 1989 provides matching grants to organizations
and individuals who have developed partnerships to carry out wetlands
conservation projects in the United States, Canada, and Mexico for
the benefit of wetlands-associated migratory birds and other wildlife.
Closing dates are proposals are Mar 6, 2009 and
(Jul 31, 2009).
Planning, Protection, and Restoration Act: National
Coastal Wetlands Conservation Grant Program /
CWG-10 (open Jan 26, 2009)
DOI. FWS. National Coastal Wetlands Conservation
The Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection, and
Restoration Act established the National Coastal Wetlands Conservation
Grant Program to acquire, restore, and enhance wetlands in coastal
States through competitive matching grants to State agencies. Example
of restoration effects includes: planting native vegetation and removal
of exotic plants and animals that compete with native fish and wildlife
and alter their natural habitats
Deadline for applications is Jun 26, 2009.
* See our Grants and Funding section for more resources.
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