Huyck Research Grants

Huyck Preserve & Biological Research Station

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Grant amount: US $2,000 - US $3,500

Anticipated deadline: Feb 21, 2021 2:00pm PST

Applicant type: Research Scientist Graduate Student Faculty Postdoctoral Researcher

Funding uses: Research

Location of project: Albany County, New York

Location of residency: Anywhere in the world

Must travel to: Albany County, New York

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The Huyck Preserve is a non-profit, independent field station with no formal university affiliation, supported by members and endowments. Huyck Research Grant awards are distributed each year to regional, national, and international applicants. The Huyck Preserve and Biological Research Station awards four to five Huyck Research Grants each year to selected scientists and graduate students. Over the last several decades, more than $250,000 in grants have been awarded to support research conducted at the Huyck Preserve.

Huyck Research Grants help fund research projects in a variety of disciplines that focus on the natural systems of the Huyck Preserve. We support work in basic and applied ecology, conservation biology, taxonomy, animal behavior, evolution, earth sciences, land use history, and other areas of natural science. The typical grant award is approximately $2,000, but can be as much as $3,500 for more established researchers and/or projects that involve extended residencies.

As part of the Huyck Preserve's continued efforts to share scientific research with the broader community and the members that have supported research endeavors at the Preserve, Huyck Research Grant recipients are required to participate in scientific outreach while they are in residence through at least one of the following: (1) a presentation at our Annual Science Symposium, (2) a presentation during our summer Thursday Night Lecture Series, (3) an article in our bi-annual newsletter, (4) a guided public hike, (5) a guest lecture for our educational programs. 

Grant recipients are also asked to submit raw data from research conducted at the Huck Preserve to add to its long-term database and to inform the Preserve of resultant publications. 

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • Senior researchers, graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers are eligible.
  • Funds may be used for the purchase of equipment, travel, food, publication costs, and stipends for assistant/student researchers.


  • Preference is given to proposals that involve residencies of one week or longer.