Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD)
06/21/20 11:59 PM MST Receipt
Grants to Arizona nonprofit sportsmen’s and outdoor development groups and organizations for activities related to the recruitment, reactivation, and retention of hunters, anglers, shooters, and trappers. Eligible activities include hands-on, mentored hunting and fishing events. All programs must be accessible to the general public.
Priority will be placed on projects that align with Event Types 2, 3, 4, and 5 that involve the pursuit, or harvest of fish or wildlife with a license / tag
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are designed for and target participants who have the appropriate experience and skills relevant to the event
2 - Beginner: a person who is inexperienced; novice; a person who has begun a course of instruction or is learning the fundamentals. Basic take of wildlife, 1-day event, pass shooting, species include dove, ducks, squirrel. Skill Meter: 1-5; Mentoring Meter: 7-10
3 - Developing: one who is learning by practical experience under skilled workers of a trade, art, or calling. Pursuit of wildlife, overnight events, remote locations, species include quail, rabbit, predator, javelin, turkey. Skill Meter: 3-7; Mentoring Meter: 6-9
4 - Intermediate: applies some already learned basic skills to adapt and meet the next level of learning, skill development. Pursuit of more challenging species, deer, elk, stalking, remote locations, overnight, lots of field time. Skill Meter: 5-8; Mentoring Meter: 3-6
5 - Experienced: having knowledge or skill in a particular field, especially a profession or job, gained over a period of time. Minimal mentoring, base camps and “meet ups”. Base camps and meet ups that provide similar feel to learn how to events, but are self-supported by attendees at a designated camping area and timeframe, possibly portable potties, and some facilities, possibly a camp host with unit and hunting information. Skill Meter: 7-9; Mentoring Meter: 0-2
GrantWatch ID#: 157320
The project must be completed before before June 30 of the fiscal funding year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: https://forms.gle/kVA6BC5sHmZddVtPA
Douglas A. Burt, Hunting and Shooting Sports Program Manager
Arizona Game and Fish Department
Attn: IEWR, Local Sportsmen’s Grant
5000 W. Carefree Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85086
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