Grant Writing for Conservation

Description:

So you want to do more for conservation but you need help to lift your project off the ground?  If this describes your situation, this course has been designed for you! Join us to learn how to interweave the grant proposal writing process and strategic thinking for successful grant management once awarded. Learn how to cultivate the human personal relationships with partners or other funding organizations to support projects that promote and maintain conservation and natural resource management. The grant development planning process will engage participants in how to undertake pre-project planning, where to go to seek alternative funding sources and how to write the essential elements of a solid grant proposal.

Tuition:  No charge for FWS/BLM/NPS personnel. All others: $570

Registration:  Complete online at http://training.fws.gov using the DOI

LEARN system or contact Shayna Carney, 304/876-7302 (Shayna_Carney@fws.gov)

Offered by

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Target Audience

Resource managers, biologists, ecosystem teams, partners for Fish and Wildlife Service Programs, managers, supervisors, outreach specialists, state conservation partners, local community representatives, anyone (including non-agency) seeking funding to support projects on public and private lands.

Course Length

3 days

Date

July 6-8, 2011

Location

Shepherdstown, WV




Contact Information

Shayna Carney
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Website: http://training.fws.gov
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