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Submit Applications for 2021 New England Biolabs Foundation’s Grant Program

Submit Applications for 2021 New England Biolabs Foundation’s Grant Program


Deadline: 31-Mar-21

Applications are now open for the 2021 New England Biolabs Foundation’s Grant Program to foster community-based conservation of landscapes and seascapes and the bio-cultural diversity found in these places.

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In addition, in coastal communities along the North Shore of Massachusetts, they support projects in the area of artistic expression that, at their core, serve the mission of protecting the environment or fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in the communities. This can include a variety of arts-based projects that raise awareness or catalyze action.

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The Foundation supports communities in the stewardship of their landscapes and seascapes and the associated bio-cultural diversity, ecosystem services, and food-ways. They welcome inquiries from community-based nonprofit organizations working toward:

Conserving biological diversity (terrestrial and marine).
Sustaining cultural diversity (linguistic diversity, as well as traditional knowledge systems and practices).
Maintaining ecosystem services (water, soil, and carbon sequestration).
Supporting food sovereignty and economic vitality of local communities.
In the marine environment, sustaining healthy reefs and fisheries.
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International grants will range from $5,000 to $15,000 and local grants will range from $4,000 to $10,000.
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The Foundation is actively funding projects in the following regions and target landscapes:

Central America
In Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras:
Coastal landscapes/seascapes within the Gulf of Honduras and the Bay Islands
In Nicaragua:
Southern Pacific coast of Nicaragua, including Lake Nicaragua
Northern Caribbean coast within Nicaragua’s North Atlantic Autonomous Region
Andean South America
Sacred Valley of the Incas, extending from Ollantaytambo to Pisac in the Southern Andes of Peru
In Bolivia, that portion of the Altiplano extending from Lake Titicaca to Lake Poopó, and beyond to Sucre
Andes-Amazon Basin of Ecuador and Peru (with specific landscapes within that region to be identified in 2019)
West Africa
In Ghana:
Weto Landscape/Togo Plateau in the southern part of the Togo-Atakora Mountains in Ghana
Black Volta Basin in the Upper West region of Ghana
In Cameroon:
Highland landscapes of Southwest Cameroon
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While the foundation’s emphasis is on working internationally, they do fund a limited number of local projects in coastal communities along the North Shore of Massachusetts.
Approaches

The Foundation supports community-based projects that seek to meet their objectives in a variety of ways. Among the kinds of approaches they support are those concerned with:

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Creating and/or ensuring effective management and governance of protected areas, including Marine Protected Areas (MPAs), in particular where governance is led by communities (e.g., Indigenous Peoples’ and Community-Conserved Areas and Territories [ICCAs]).
Ecological restoration involving native species. Priority will be given to those efforts linked to existing conservation areas already valued by communities (for example, a project to re-establish a forested buffer zone near a sacred grove).
Providing enhanced and alternative local livelihoods, including sustainable agriculture and value-added products to support local economies.
Environmental education that draws on indigenous and local traditions and language to address present-day problems.
Use of the arts and other innovative methods to convey social and environmental messages.
Fostering civic engagement of communities through creative facilitation and other methods of stakeholder involvement (such as, public meetings and community-mapping exercises).
For more information, visit http://www.nebf.org/how-to-apply/application-deadlines/

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