||June 10, 2009
Grants and Funding:
Vegetation Monitoring of Tamarisk Beetle Impacts
- 09SF300007 (open Jun 1, 2009) - No open competition
The Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado River
Multi-Species Conservation Program Office (LCR
MSCP), is proposing to fund a study with the Utah
Division of Wildlife as a cooperative agreement with funding provided
through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
(Public Law 111-5). The purpose of this study is to monitor vegetation
and tamarisk beetle (Diorhabda elongata) dynamics, to contribute
toward assessing the impact of the beetle on nesting southwestern
Closing date for applications is Jun 15, 2009.
Funding Announcement is not a request for applications.
This announcement is to provide public notice of
the Bureau of Reclamation's
intention to fund the following project activities
without full and open competition.
Provides $860,000 to Combat Colorado Invasive Plant
Species (May 28, 2009)
Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Resources Conservation Service has approved
11 of 13 proposals submitted to help control Colorado
invasive plant species. This year marks the fourth
year the agency has provided financial assistance
to this widespread issue. Landowners who meet funding
requirements are encouraged to apply by Jun 19, 2009.
Plant Study of Material Sites, Alaska - BLM-AK-NOI09-0007 (open Jun 5, 2009)
The Alaska Department of Natural Resources,
Division of Agriculture, Invasive Weeds and Agricultural
Pests office and the Bureau of Land Management,
Fairbanks District Office will cooperate on collecting field data
and observations at gravel and material sites in the Central Yukon
and Eastern Interior areas to assist with management decisions to
protect fish and wildlife habitat from introduction of invasive plants.
Closing date for applications is Jun 19, 2009.
Clean Plant Network Cooperative Agreements Program / Grants.gov
- USDA-GRANTS-060409-001 (open Jun 4, 2009)
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
This program implements funding for FY 2009 as
provided under the Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (commonly
called the Farm Bill of 2008) Section 10202; the National
Clean Plant Network. The NCPN provides high quality, asexually propagated plant
material free of targeted plant pathogens and pests that cause economic
loss to protect the environment and ensure the global competitiveness
of specialty crop producers.
Closing date for applications is Jul 6, 2009.
Region Aquatic Invasive Species - FWS-R2-AIS (open Jun 5, 2009)
The purpose of this funding opportunity is to provide
assistance in preventing, managing, and controlling
aquatic invasive species within the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Southwest Region.
This including a process to fund State Aquatic Nuisance Species
Management Plans as approved by the Aquatic
Nuisance Species Task Force and authorized by the Nonindigenous Aquatic Nuisance Prevention
and Control Act of 1990, and also includes a process to fund cooperative
agreements with institutions of higher education who partner with
the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in coordinating the prevention,
management, and control of aquatic invasive species.
Closing date for applications is Mar 31, 2010.
* See our Grants and Funding section for more resources.
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