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Schoolyard Habitats Mini-Grant

  • Subject: [cg] Schoolyard Habitats Mini-Grant
  • From: "Stacy Carr" <CARRS@nwf.org>
  • Date: Wed, 02 Jan 2002 15:57:16 -0500
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Reminder the deadline is January 15, 2002!

The National Wildlife Federation's Schoolyard Habitats Program provides materials and teacher training workshops for educators and school communities interested in creating or restoring wildlife habitat on their school grounds. In 1998, the Wild Seed Fund was created as an effort to further assist schools in getting their Schoolyard Habitats projects off the ground. In 2002, we are able to offer fifty $250.00 mini-grants to schools across the country. 

To be eligible, you must be in the initial phases of a Schoolyard Habitats project, plan to use the site for educational purposes, and certify your Schoolyard Habitats site with the National Wildlife Federation by March 15, 2003. 

 The deadline for applications is January 15, 2002.

Applications can be downloaded from our website:    www.nwf.org/schoolyardhabitats/creatinghabitatsites.cfm

Stacy L. Carr
Schoolyard Habitats Program Coordinator
National Wildlife Federation
11100 Wildlife Center Drive
Reston,  VA  20190-5362


Email:  carrs@nwf.org


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