Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD)
10/31/19 5:00 PM Receipt
Grants starting at $500 to Arizona government agencies, school districts, and nonprofit organizations for endangered species preservation, environmental outreach and education, and outdoor recreation. Specific funding categories include schoolyard habitats, public access, urban wildlife and their habitats, and the management and protection of sensitive habitats.
The following describes the four HG sub-categories:
Schoolyard Habitats (SCHOOLYARD) ($30,000 available).
Fund Description – SCHOOLYARD grants are for projects that encourage wildlife education on school sites through the development or improvements of schoolyard wildlife habitats.
Urban Wildlife and Urban Wildlife Habitat (URBAN) ($100,000 available).
Fund Description – URBAN grants are for projects that conserve, enhance and establish wildlife habitats and populations in harmony with urban environments.
Public Access (ACCESS) ($50,000 available).
Fund Description – ACCESS grants are for projects that increase or maintain public access for recreational use that aligns with the Department’s Mission.
Identification, Inventory, Acquisition, Protection and Management of Sensitive Habitat (IIAPM) ($200,000 available).
Fund Description – IIAPM grants are for projects that preserve and enhance Arizona's natural biological diversity.
GrantWatch ID#: 140156
The funding minimum for all sub-categories is $500.
Schoolyard grants have a maximum funding level of $10,000.
Urban Wildlife / Urban Wildlife Habitat grants have a maximum funding level of $100,000.
Public Access grants have a maximum funding level of $50,000.
IIAPM grants have a maximum funding level of $200,000.
Awarded applicants have 120 calendar days from Grant Agreement receipt, to sign the Grant Agreement or the grant award will be rescinded. Once the project effective date has been established, a HG Participant must request awarded funds within 120 calendar days or less of the Grant Agreement effective date, or the grant award will be terminated.
All grant Participants must complete their project (including all project business, project deliverables, and closure certification) within 36 months from the grant agreement effective date.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Grant proposals can be mailed, hand delivered, or emailed to:
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Attn: Heritage Fund and Grants Administrator
5000 W. Carefree Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85086
LouAnn DeHart, Heritage Fund and Grants Administrator
Please contact Sherry Crouch, Funds & Planning Chief, 623-236-7528, firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions related to the Heritage Fund Program
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