Photo: Forster's Tern
"One of several medium-sized terns that are similar in appearance, the Forster's Tern breeds primarily in marshes and winters along the coasts." Learn more about this and other birds at The Cornell Lab of Ornithology All About Birds website. Photo courtesy of Tom Grey.
PLJV ConocoPhillips Grant Program
The PLJV ConocoPhillips grant program funds projects that address the PLJV mission within the Joint Venture's boundaries (see map). Funding is available for proposals in three categories — habitat conservation, research, and outreach — with the majority of the funding dedicated to habitat conservation projects. Funding is limited to no more than $25,000 per project. Proposals must have a minimum of a 1:1 match, with preference given to projects that have higher levels of matching funds, and must show support and involvement from state wildlife agencies and how the project fits with PLJV priorities. Projects selected are funded on a reimbursement basis, with all funds to be spent by Dec. 1, 2014.
To submit an application, download the proposal instructions and template using the link below. Please pay close attention to the instructions and requirements when developing and submitting your proposal to ensure it is accepted. Applications are due by 5pm MST on December 6, 2013. Applicants will be notified of funding decisions the first week of February 2014.
Proposal Instructions and Forms