The JRS Biodiversity Foundation is calling for pre-proposals for 1, 2 or 3 year projects that systematically gather and make widely available information required to realize conservation outcomes.
No minimum or maximum funding limit has been established for individual grants, but JRS is allocating an amount of USD 1 million to fund this new call for each of the next 3 years.
The Foundation seeks applications proposing projects to establish a clear connection and identifiable potential link to conservation outcomes. Pre-proposals should be submitted by 15 February 2012 via the JRS website. Application instructions are available at http://www.jrsbdf.org/v3/Applicants.asp
For more information: www.jrsbdf.org
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