American Greenways Grants
Applications Invited for American Greenways Grants
Deadline: June 1, 2002
The Eastman Kodak American Greenways Awards, a partnership involving Kodak, the Conservation Fund, and the National Geographic Society, provides small grants to stimulate the planning and design of greenways in communities throughout America.
The American Greenways program is designed to develop new action-oriented greenway projects; assist grassroots greenway organizations; leverage additional money for conservation and greenway development; and recognize and encourage greenway proponents and organizations.
Grants may be used for activities such as mapping, ecological assessments, surveying, conferences, and design activities; developing brochures, interpretative displays, audio-visual productions, or public opinion surveys; hiring consultants, incorporating land trusts; and building foot bridges, bike paths, or other creative projects. In general, grants can be used for all appropriate expenses needed to complete a greenway project, including planning, technical assistance, legal, and other costs. Grants may not be used for academic research, general institutional support, lobbying, or political activities.
Awards will go primarily to local, regional, or statewide nonprofit organizations. Although public agencies may also apply, community organizations will receive preference. The maximum grant award is $2,500, although most grants will range from $500 to $1,000.
Applications are available and may be submitted online at Conservation International’s Web site.
RFP Link: http://www.conservationfund.org/?article=2106
For additional RFPs in Environment, visit: http://fdncenter.org/pnd/rfp/cat_environment.jhtml
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