Accepts Applications for Conservation Innovation
Grants (Feb 14, 2013)
Natural Resources Conservation Service.
USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service
will provide up to $25 million in grants to help
develop and demonstrate cutting-edge ideas to improve
conservation on private lands. Of particular interest
are applications for innovative demonstration partnerships
on energy conservation, nutrient management, soil
health, wildlife habitat and adaptive management.
Innovation Grants for more information.
of Agriculture (USDA)
Grant and Partnership Programs that Can Address
Invasive Species Research, Technical Assistance,
Prevention and Control - Federal Fiscal Year 2013
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Applications Accepted on an Ongoing Basis
Pest Management Center - IPM Minigrants
North Central IPM Center.
The North Central Integrated Pest Management Center
(NCIPMC) 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.
Fish Habitat Action Plan - DOI-GRANTS-071409-001 (open Jul
Fish Habitat Action Plan is a national investment strategy to
leverage federal and privately raised funds to protect,
restore and enhance the nation's fish and aquatic
communities through partnerships that foster fish habitat conservation.
Funds appropriated to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's Fisheries
Program specifically to implement the Action Plan will be utilized
in collaboration with the National Fish Habitat Board and Fish Habitat
There is no closing date for applications. Project
proposals are accepted continuously. Proposals
are held in a FWS database until the project is funded
or no longer viable.