As part of my mission to understand ways to generate funding for ecological work and research – I have begun writing for a non-profit environmentalgrants.org. Such a cool idea, environmentalgrants.org effectively functions as a search engine for users who can look for relevant funding opportunities worldwide in the environmental space.
It can help you discover the various funding opportunities available to you – as well as the steps you need to take to get it in the bag!
This article published on their site can be read here. It introduces the Pacific Seabird Group, a non-profit organisation formed in 1972 which is dedicated to enhancing the research and conservation of seabirds throughout the Pacific region, as well as advocating and providing advice to improve policy for managing threats to seabird populations.
The Pacific Seabird Group offer two main funding opportunities for seabird research and conservation: student research grants (usually three grants are available, one grant for bachelors, masters and doctoral level) and the Craig S Harrison Conservation Fund.
For more information on when and how to apply, check out the blog post here.
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