Changing Tides ¿ Detecting population changes in a popular clam fishery (P19AS00305)
- The Department of the Interior, National Park Service in the education, environment, information and statistics, natural resources sector is offering a public funding opportunity titled "Changing Tides ¿ Detecting population changes in a popular clam fishery" and is now available to receive applicants.
- Interested and eligible applicants and submit their applications by referencing the CFDA number(s): 15.945.
- This funding opportunity was created on Jun 20, 2019.
- Applicants must submit their applications by Jun 29, 2019 This is a Notice of Intent to Award to the Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science dba the Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC). Applications will not be accepted from any other entity..
- Each selected applicant is eligible to receive up to $40,000.00 in funding.
- The number of recipients for this funding is limited to 1 candidate(s).
- Eligible applicants include: Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education.
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