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E-M:/ FW: [ENVIRO-NEWS] Two Grant Programs: National Forest Foundation Community Assista nce Program Grants; 2003 Chesapeake Bay Small Watershed Grants Program



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Enviro-Mich message from "Harris, Craig" <Craig.Harris@ssc.msu.edu>
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this would seem to be a potential source of resources for community groups
in michigan who wish to engage in forest policy advocacy . . . 
cheers,
craig


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> From: 	Joe Makuch[SMTP:jmakuch@NAL.USDA.GOV]
> Reply To: 	Joe Makuch
> Sent: 	Tuesday, November 26, 2002 3:52 PM
> To: 	enviro-news@NAL.USDA.GOV
> Subject: 	[ENVIRO-NEWS] Two Grant Programs:  National Forest
> Foundation Community Assista nce Program Grants; 2003 Chesapeake Bay Small
> Watershed Grants Program
> 
> [Note:  Although it may not be possible to meet the deadline for the CAP
> program, the message indicates that proposals will be reviewed
> quarterly.--JM]
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: easi2@crosslink.net [mailto:easi2@crosslink.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 10:32 AM
> To: easidit@crosslink.net
> Subject: EASI Internet News 11/26/02
> 
> The National Forest Foundation is launching an exciting new program!
> 
> The NFF Community Assistance Program (CAP) will provide "start-up"
> grants in the $5,000 - 15,000 range, as well as basic resources,
> tools, and guidance, to newly-forming and recently-formed community
> groups nationwide to organize and engage more effectively in natural
> resource management issues on and around national forests and
> grasslands.
> [deletions]
> 
> The NFF will review CAP proposals on a
> quarterly basis, with the first round of proposals due for receipt no
> later than Wednesday, November 27, 2002.
> 
> The CAP RFP will also be accessible via the NFF website within the
> next few days. Please call Doug Crandall in the Washington, DC
> office at 202-298-6740 to request extra copies and to answer any
> questions that you may have about CAP.
> 
> [See http://www.natlforests.org/cap.htm for more information.]
> 
> 2003 Chesapeake Bay Small Watershed Grants Program
> 
> The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and the Chesapeake
> Bay Program are pleased to announce the Request for Proposals for the
> 2003 Chesapeake Bay Small Watershed Grants Program. A description of
> the grants program and the application form are now available on the
> NFWF website: http://www.nfwf.org/chesapeake/index.htm
> 
> In addition, all interested parties are invited to attend one of a
> series of free workshops on the Chesapeake Bay Small Watershed Grants
> Program, to be held in November and December 2002. Locations, dates
> and times for these workshops are:
> 
> November 2002
> 
> 18- Charlottesville, VA, 1-3PM, Virginia Cooperative Extension,
> http://offices.ext.vt.edu/view.cfm?webname=albemarle
> 
> 20- Harrisburg, PA, 1-3PM, Olewine Nature Center,
> www.wildwoodlake.org
> 
> 22- Washington, DC, 10AM -12 noon, Metroplitan Washington Council of
> Governments, Rooms 4 and 5, 777 North Capitol Street, NE, Suite 300,
> www.mwcog.org
> 
> December 2002
> 
> 2- Baltimore, MD, 1-3PM, National Aquarium in Baltimore,
> www.aqua.org
> 
> 5- Norfolk, VA, 1-3PM, Hampton Roads Planning District Commission,
> www.hrpdc.org
> 
> 6- Queen Anne Co., MD, 1-3PM, Wye Research and Education Center,
> http://www.agnr.umd.edu/MAES/WREC/index.cfm
> 
> 9- Shepherdstown, WV, 10AM - 12 noon, National Conservation Training
> Center, http://training.fws.gov
> 
> 13- State College, PA 1-3 PM, Days Inn Penn State, 240 S. Pugh St.,
> downtown State College, www.daysinn.com
> 
> 16- Binghamton, NY - Check the NFWF website
> www.nfwf.org/chesapeake/workshop.htm in early December for more
> information about this workshop!
> 
> Each workshop is intended to provide an overview of the Small
> Watershed Grants Program, offer recommendations on what makes for a
> strong proposal, and answer any questions that potential applicants
> may have about this year's program. In additon, select grant
> recipients from previous years will present information about their
> projects. Please contact Jonathan Mawdsley at the Foundation for
> more information on the workshops and/or to RSVP (chesapeake@nfwf.org
> or 202-857-0166). Due to heightened security measures at several
> workshop sites, RSVPs are strongly recommended.
> 
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