Foundation / Corporation
Land Stewardship Centre
Grants to Alberta environmental groups for a wide range of community based projects to improve local watersheds. Projects may involve workshops, public forums, riparian assessments, naturalization activities, and habitat improvement. The grant program provides funding to support collaborative, community-based stewardship efforts consistent with the principles, goals and outcomes of Alberta’s Water for Life strategy.
Projects will be selected on merit relative to how well they meet the following eligibility requirements. Preference will be shown for those projects which clearly identify expected outcomes and demonstrate strong supporting partnerships, community involvement and volunteer/citizen engagement. To be considered for WSG funding, proposed projects must meet the following requirements:
Eligible Expenses: Materials and supplies (e.g., office supplies, food for events, machinery and equipment rentals, hall rentals), salaries and wages, contract services, travel, honorariums, and certain capital expenses (e.g., necessary furniture, equipment and other assets) are considered eligible project expenses.
GrantWatch ID#: 140575
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To discuss project eligibility or for more information please contact the Stewardship Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1–877–727–5276 extension 227.
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