Category: Grant Opportunities

  • INPAWS 2017 Small Grant Applications Due February 1

    The deadline for the 2017 Small Grants program is coming up quickly! Please submit all applications to INPAWS by midnight on February 1st. Funding requests must be for projects that are in line with the mission of INPAWS. Awards of up to $1,000 can be used in conjunction with other sources of funding to promote…

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  • USDA Has Grants Related to Invasives

    For anyone concerned with invasive plants, the USDA publishes a list of potential grants with short abstracts describing their applicability to various situations. It’s entitled “U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Grant and Partnership Programs that can Address Invasive Species Research, Technical Assistance, Prevention and Control.”  Direct link to PDF: Link to site on

  • INPAWS Small Grant Keeps Stockwell Beautiful

    From INPAWS Small Grants awardee Krista Ziller… I just wanted to share pictures with you showing the activities that have happened because of your generous donation. We had a great turnout of volunteers the eve we passed out our town flower–purple coneflower–to our 400 residents (of Stockwell, Indiana). The community was very happy to receive…

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  • Letha’s Fund Links Kids to Nature

    We invite you to help INPAWS spread the word about Letha’s Youth Outdoors Fund.  Who can apply  Any teacher, youth leader, or youth group in Indiana can apply to Letha’s Fund. There are no deadlines; grants are awarded to appropriate projects as long as funds are available.  What we fund  Letha’s Fund awards grants for (1) trips…

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  • An Appeal to Fund Invasive Species Research

    This appeal comes to us by way of Ellen Jacquart from Lauren Smith, PhD Candidate, Reynolds Lab, Department of Biology, Indiana University Do you want to contribute to the progress of invasive species research? I’m a PhD candidate at Indiana University in Bloomington, and I’m studying plant invasion ecology. In particular, I’m studying the high-impact invader garlic mustard, and…

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  • Hamilton County Conservation Funding & Workshop

    The Hamilton County Soil & Water Conservation District has reinstated their cost share program. You may have a conservation project ready to implement or may still be deciding on what project works for you. The SWCD will help you move forward with a plan and/or complete the application for financial assistance with your project. Applications…

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  • Grant Opportunity for Prairie Biotic Research

    Prairie Biotic Research, Inc. (PBR), an all-volunteer Wisconsin nonprofit established in 2000 to foster basic biotic research in prairies and savannas, is funding grants up to $1000 to individuals for the study of any grassland taxon anywhere in the USA.  Supporting both natural history and experimental science, they are especially eager to support independent researchers (those lacking…

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