Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund Update

Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund Update

The Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund deadline for the Fall 2000 grant cycle has recently passed.

We have again received an amazing array of project proposals from across the Great Lakes states and Ontario. Funding decisions will be made in November for the funding period beginning in January 2001.

The GLAHNF grants program provides grant awards between $500 and $3,500 to assist grassroots groups in the Great Lakes basin with advocacy activities that strengthen the role of citizens working locally to protect and restore shorelines, inland lakes, rivers, wetlands, and other aquatic habitats. The next deadline for the grants program will be in March 2001.

GLAHNF also provides urgent support for projects that do not coincide with the application timeline through the Special Opportunity Grants Program. These grant awards provide support of up to $500.

For more information or a request for proposals, visit our website at www.glhabitat.org, or contact: Jill Ryan, Network and Fund Coordinator, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, P.O. Box 300, Conway, MI 49722, (231) 347-1181, e-mail: jill@nature.org.

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