Save the Redwoods League Research Grant
Save the Redwoods League
Grant amount: Up to US $25,000
Next anticipated deadline: Oct 2, 2018 (Pre proposal)
Later anticipated deadlines: Nov 14, 2018 (Full proposal)
Applicant type: Government Entity Nonprofit College / University
Funding uses: Research
Location of project: California, Oregon, Washington
Location of residency: United StatesView website Save Need help writing this grant?
Save the Redwoods League supports basic and applied hypothesis-driven research on the biology and ecology of coast redwood and giant sequoia forests.
Save the Redwoods League funds research that deepens our understanding of how to protect redwood forests in a changing environment. Proposals on all topics that advance conservation science for either coast redwood and giant sequoia forests are welcome in 2017. In addition to our general call for proposals this year, we are specifically seeking research that addresses the following:
- What are the impacts of historic and/or new road construction on the health of redwood trees?
- What is the efficacy of forest restoration treatments?
- What is the natural history and distribution of flora and fauna associated with the redwood forest?
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- We only accept applications from nonprofit organizations (including universities and public agencies) as described in 26 USC Section 170(b) (1) (A) [other than clauses (vii) and (viii)]
- Funding requests should not exceed $25,000
- Past grant recipients must have submitted an annual progress report or final report for all previous League grants in order to be eligible for funding in the current grant cycle.
- We study and fund research about redwood forests to understand how to best protect them.
- Matching funds are encouraged.
- The League does not fund indirect costs.
- The League does not accept applications from individuals.
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