The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will host a webinar March 11 from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. for anyone interested in applying for grants through the Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund and the Delaware River Watershed Program.
NFWF is now accepting applications for several of its watershed restoration grant programs--
-- Delaware River Watershed Program is now accepting applications through April 2 for grants to support projects to restore fish and wildlife habitat and improve water quality. Click Here for more.
-- Chesapeake Bay Innovative Nutrient & Sediment Reduction Grants program is accepting pre-proposals for consideration by February 28. Click Here for more.
-- Chesapeake Bay Fund Small Watershed Grants program is accepting applications through April 14 for projects that promote community-based efforts to protect and restore the diverse natural resources of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary rivers and streams. Click Here for more.
Local government staff, decision-makers, municipal and planning officials, conservation district staff, nonprofit organizations, local colleges and educational institutions, and watershed stakeholders should participate to learn more about NFWF grant funding available in Susquehanna River and Delaware River watersheds..
Click Here to register for this free webinar or to learn more.
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[Posted: February 19, 2020]