NOAA seeks partnerships for marine mammal response and Hawaiian monk seal recovery programs

| February 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Grant opportunities for Hawaiian monk seal recovery are available through the Fisheries Division of the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration.

Funding is being made available to help with the recovery of Hawaiian monk seals.

Funding is being made available to help with the recovery of Hawaiian monk seals.


NOAA is soliciting competitive proposals for grants and cooperative agreements that will support education programs and outreach projects.

See the full announcement and information on submitting a proposal at this link.

Total funding available under this notice is anticipated to not exceed $100,000. Total proposed annual project costs are suggested to not exceed $30,000 for priority number 1 proposals (monk seal recovery) and $70,000 for priority number 2 proposals (marine mammal response support). Award amounts will be determined by the proposals and available funds. Applicants will be selected by NOAA Fisheries on a competitive basis.

Funding for this program is contingent upon FY 2013 Congressional appropriations. NOAA does not currently know if any amount of funding will be available.

Proposals are due by March 15.

For additional information and inquiries, please feel free to contact Kara Miller at 808-944-2147 or kara.miller@noaa.gov.

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