NPSO Field Research Grants
Native Plant Society of OregonSuggest an update
Deadline: Mar 1, 2021
Grant amount: Up to US $750
Fields of work: Botanical Conservation Botany
Applicant type: Organizations
Funding uses: Research
Location of project: Oregon
Location of residency: United StatesView website Save
About this funder:
Native Plant Society of Oregon sponsors small field research grants.The objectives of the program are:
- To stimulate basic field research into the biology and distribution of Oregon's native and naturalized flora and vegetation, particularly in the more remote areas of the state.
- To promote native plant conservation through better understanding of Oregon's flora and vegetation and the factors affecting their survival.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- Proposals must pertain to native or naturalized plants of Oregon.
- Applicants need not be residents of Oregon, nor NPSO members
- Up to $750 of expenses may be covered per proposal, including:
- Direct costs of travel, meals, lodging, and supplies
- Services such as copying, phone, computer time
- Film and processing if part of final report
- Preference will be given to covering costs associated with field work,
especially research conducted in Oregon east of the 121st meridian.
- Preference will be given to proposals expected to generate data useful for conservation of native plants in the wild.
- Preference will be given to proposals demonstrating cooperation with other organizations or agencies.
- Priority will be given to designation
of the Leighton Ho Field Botany Award as a matching grant for a project
of The Nature Conservancy that otherwise meets the requirements of these
guidelines, with the exception that preference will be for research
conducted west of the 121st meridian.
- Non-eligible expenses include the following:
- Typing and graphics for publication
- Film and processing for personal or other use unrelated to final report