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Grants and Funding - Requests for Proposals:
Issues: Emerging and New Plant and Animal Pests and Diseases /
- USDA-CSREES-OP-002302 (open May 20,
Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service.
program is designed to provide one-time seed funding to help initiate
work requiring immediate attention until other longer-term resources
can be secured to address the issue. CSREES will be soliciting proposals
on an as-needed basis during the year to address specific new or
emerging issues. For this particular solicitation CSREES is requesting
proposals that address specific aspects of the following issue: Development
of a Rapid Field Assay for Detection of Vibrio Tubiashii and/or its
secreted Metalloproteases toxin in Commercial Shellfish Hatcheries
Closing date for applications is Jun 25, 2009.
Lower Colorado River Multi-Species
Conservation Program / Grants.gov
- 09SF300006 (open May 14, 2009)
of Reclamation. Lower Colorado Region.
The Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado River
Multi-Species Conservation Program Office, is requesting proposals
to fund projects for activities in support of its Lower Colorado
River Multi-Species Conservation Program (LCR MSCP). The LCR MSCP
is a coordinated, comprehensive, long-term multi-agency effort to
conserve and work towards the recovery of endangered species and
to protect and maintain wildlife habitat on the lower Colorado River.
Closing date for applications is Jun 30, 2009.
Pest Management Center - Minigrants
North Central IPM Center.
The North Central Integrated Pest Management Center
announces the availability of
funds and requests proposals for mini-grants
that support the NCIPMC and regional IPM
priorities. The purpose of min-grants is to provide
funds for brief IPM tasks and projects that fit
the goals of the Center but could otherwise not
be accomplished without these funds. The goals
of the Center are to increase the economic benefits
of adopting IPM practices and reduce the
environmental and human health risks associated
with managing pests. Funding in the amount of approximately
$100,000 is available for this competitive subcontracts
program. The lead project investigator submitting
the proposal must reside in the North Central
region (Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan,
Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota,
Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin) although grant
participants may reside outside the region. There
is no deadline.
* See our Grants and Funding section for more resources.
Added to Manager's Tool Kit / Grants and Funding at 2:02 PM