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IAFWA Educational Grant
This is to request proposals for the 2002 Educational Funding Grants, offered through the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Final approval of grants will be made at the IAFWA business meeting in September 2001, and notice will be provided to both successful and unsuccessful applicants on or before October 1, 2002. All notices to grant applicants will be provided by e-mail.

Intergovernmental Relations Bureau--Coastal Program
The Wisconsin Coastal Management Program's mission is to protect, restore and enhance Wisconsin's Lake Michigan and Lake Superior coastal resources. Grants available for educational programs; information on Great Lakes resources; links to other resources.

Joyce Foundation: Grant Application Guidelines
Based in Chicago, the Joyce Foundation supports efforts to strengthen public policies in ways that improve the quality of life in the Great Lakes region. The site offers descriptions of funding areas and guidelines for how to apply.

Local Boating Safety Grants
These grants are for promotion of boating safety education projects to local non-profit organizations. Maximum amount per grant is $1000.

Melinda Gray Ardia Environmental Foundation, Ltd. - Grant Information
We provide grants of $1000 to educators to develop or implement environmental curricula. We prefer to support the actual development of a curriculum rather than provide funds to purchase equipment. All funds pass through the school district or nonprofit organization rather than directly to the individual recipeints. Generally, the applicants determine how much time is needed to do the work and indicate this in the proposal. In some cases, we have provided funds to purchase equipment to allow teachers to implement a completed curriculum. In all these cases, the teacher(s) were the authors of the curricula.

National Environmental Education and Training Foundation
The National Environmental Education & Training Foundation (NEETF) is a private non-profit organization dedicated to advancing environmental education in its many forms.

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Grant Programs
The Foundation awards funds to projects benefitting conservation education, habitat protection and restoration, and natural resource management. Federal and private funds are provided to the Foundation and awarded as challenge grants to on﷓the﷓ground conservation projects. The term 'challenge grant' indicates that the seed funds must be matched with additional funding, thereby multiplying impact.

The SchoolGrants goal is to help the most kids possible by empowering those who teach them with the knowledge and resources necessary to write successful grant proposals. All of those who use the SchoolGrants site are encouraged to share their own insights as it is only through open sharing that the most children will benefit across this great Nation!

Schoolyard Habitats - National Wildlife Federation
National Wildlife Federation (NWF), a leader in environmental education for 65 years, offers an exciting array of resources and programs perfect for formal and informal K-12 educators - whether you are teaching in a traditional classroom, nature center, recreation program or other youth service organization.

Taras Oceanographic Foundation
The Taras Oceanographic Foundation designs and executes multidisciplinary studies of whales and dolphins in the Caribbean and Central America, outdoor environmental business seminars and a unique K-12 program. Research and seminar programs provide opportunities for volunteers and participants to swim with whales or dolphins; the K-12 program let the youngsters learn more about the wonders of our oceans and about those who study them.

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Mini﷓grants to assist schools in the initial phases of a Schoolyard Habitats project. To be eligible, schools must be planning to create or restore wildlife habitat on their school grounds and certify their Schoolyard Habitats site with the National Wildlife Federation by March 15, 2003. - Environmental Management
Links to websites concerned with environmental education and more.

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