Stuntz Mycology Fund: Small Grant
Daniel E. Stuntz Memorial Foundation
Grant amount: Up to US $1,000
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Applied Project / Program, Education / Outreach
Location of project: Canada, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Counties in Alaska: Haines Borough, Juneau City and Borough, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, Petersburg Borough, Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area, Sitka City and Borough, Skagway Municipality, Wrangell City and Borough, Yakutat City and Borough, Counties in Montana: Beaverhead County, Deer Lodge County, Flathead County, Gallatin County, Granite County, Jefferson County, Lake County, Lewis and Clark County, Lincoln County, Madison County, Mineral County, Missoula County, Park County, Powell County, Ravalli County, Sanders County, Silver Bow County Expand all
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The object of the Stuntz Mycology Fund (SMF) grant program is to provide financial support for mycological research and education in the Pacific Northwest.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Applicants do not necessarily have to reside in the Pacific Northwest as long as the research involves or pertains to Pacific Northwest fungi or the educational activity takes place in the Pacific Northwest and benefits the Pacific Northwest Mycological community.
- For purposes of the SMF grant program, the Pacific Northwest is considered to comprise Washington, Oregon, Idaho, western Montana, southern British Columbia, and southeast and south-coastal Alaska.
- Depending on the grant category and specific nature of the proposed research or educational activity, allowable costs could include items such as travel expenses, laboratory analyses, stipends or honorariums, compensation for non-salaried individuals such as undergraduate or graduate students, expendable supplies, and equipment
- Support for attendance at a professional society meeting in order to present results of a SMF-supported project will be considered, but generally will not be awarded in advance of the project work being carried out successfully.
- Although a wide range of mycological subjects can be considered, priority will be given to projects involving mushroom-forming fungi (“macrofungi,” “macromycetes”), as they were the focus of Dr. Stuntz’s research.
- Given our limited resources, DESMF favorably views projects that have obtained (or will obtain) matching (or greater) funding from other sources.
- The Dr. Patricia Allynson Winter Fund comprises roughly half of the DESMF’s resources and the late Dr. Winter directed that grants from this Fund reflect her expressed priorities.
- Thus, consideration of applications that would be awarded from the Winter Fund (as determined by SMF) will be guided by Dr. Winter’s following order of preference
- Female students of mycology who plan to continue in the teaching profession
- Other students of mycology
- Post-doctoral research or study in mycology
- General support of mycology classes or activities
- Expenses for visiting lecturing professional mycologists
- Amateur mycology students and/or support of their activities
- The foregoing order of preference does not apply to consideration of applications that would be awarded outside the Winter Fund.
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