Applications are requested for the Project Grants Program, Technical Assistance Grants Program and Theme Grants Program. For more information and requests for proposals please visit www.glhabitat.org or call Marci at (231)347-1181, ext. 107.
The goal of GLAHNF’s grants program is to provide financial support to advocacy activities that strengthen the role of individuals and community groups working locally to protect and restore shorelines, inland lakes, rivers,wetlands, and other aquatic habitats in the Great Lakes Basin. If you would like to apply for a grant for the 2005 Spring Grant Cycle and haven’t already received a 2005 RFP, please click on “Grants Program” at www.glhabitat.org to download a copy of the RFP and application.
The goal of GLAHNF’s Theme Grants program is to provide funds to service providers to work with grassroots groups and citizens on specific topics or themes selected by the GLAHNF Council. The theme for 2005 is Great Lakes Connecting Communities (Communications). Projects might include issues trainings, communications, workshops and organizational development.
If you would like to apply for a GLAHNF 2005 Theme Grant, please click on “Grants Program” at www.glhabitat.org to download a copy of the Theme Grant RFP and application.
Success Stories are grassroots stories of hard work, dedication and accomplishment in the protection of local resources which ultimately benefit the entire Great Lakes Basin. As we are gearing up for Success Stories 2005,we have an archive of extra issues of 2002, 2003 and 2004. Please email Marci at marci@watershed council.org if you or your organization may benefit from any of these Success Stories.
It’s the start of a new year and a start of a new theme for all of us at GLAHNF. Although our 2005 theme is Great Lakes Connecting Communities (Communications), we don’t want to lose the momentum we were able to generate with our 2004 theme of Wetlands. We have a number of Wetlands Packets as well as issues of the special Wetlands edition of G.L.A.H. News available. Please email Marci at marci@ watershedcouncil.org if you or your organization may benefit from the packet and/or the newsletter.