The National Audubon Society (NAS) and the Audubon chapters in Nevada—Bristlecone (Elko), Lahontan (Reno), Red Rock (Las Vegas)—announce the availability of one or more grants to advance Audubon’s mission and work in Nevada. A proposed project must be nominated by at least one of the three Nevada chapters and must fall within the educational, scientific, and conservation purposes of NAS. Recent grants have addressed declines in Burrowing Owls, a field guide for the hummingbirds of Nevada, the Important Bird Area (IBA) database, and conservation planning for the Lahontan IBA.
Up to $13,000 is available for distribution. Applications will be accepted until close of business on December 15, 2018. Decisions will be made early in 2019. Contact John Hiatt, firstname.lastname@example.org, (702) 361-1171, for general information, including application guidelines and contact information for each of the Nevada chapters.
Apologies for the short notice. If you have an idea for a project or program that you will like to propose but can't submit it before the December 15th deadline, please contact John Hiatt about a possible extension of time.