$1 million in Grants for Projects to Treat White-nose Syndrome; Webinar for Project Proponents to be rescheduled

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S.Forest Service have partnered to create a new competitive grant program called the Bats for the Future Fund (BFF). 
 
An upcoming grant opportunity will solicit proposals to fight white-nose syndrome, a devastating disease that is decimating bat populations in North America. Proposals must deploy or test treatments for white-nose syndrome or the fungal pathogen that causes it. 
 
The attached pdf has more information on BFF’s Request for Proposals webinar, which had been scheduled for March 8, but will be rescheduled at a date to be determined.  Feel free to share this notification with others and post on any group listings.    
 

Please contact Candace Leong (Candace.Leong@nfwf.org) with questions about the BFF.  

 

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NFWF Bats for the Future Fund