White-nose syndrome news

$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...

$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...

$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...