Deadline: 1 September 2016
The United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management is seeking applications from the eligible organisations for a program entitled “Pollinator Habitat Framework for Coastal Meadow Conservation, Citizen Science and Environmental Education Outreach”.
The Bureau of Land Management is committed to improving habitats for pollinators on public lands through conservation and restoration projects. Characteristics of healthy lands include diverse pollinator populations and a variety of native plant species that provide nectar and pollen throughout the growing season.
Science based educational outreach that engage youth, veterans, and underserved populations in nature based research, invasive species management, data collection, and outreach is included in project activities.
- To complete a baseline pollinator inventory of the xeric coastal wildflower meadows of the San Juan Islands National Monument;
- Document pollinator affinities with rare and culturally significant plant species identified as objects and values of the Monument;
- Map existing nesting habitat for the principal pollinators concerned;
- Provide a scientifically sound algorithm for estimating pollinator nesting habitat needs associated with future restoration of degraded portions of coastal wildflower meadows in the Monument.
Funding Information: The estimated total program funding is $19,000.
Unrestricted, anyone may apply.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can apply via given website (please scroll down).
For more information, please visit grants.gov.