New Hampshire State Conservation Committee (SCC)
Grants of up to $30,000 to New Hampshire nonprofit organizations, government agencies, schools, and scout groups for the conservation and preservation of the environment. Funding is intended to encourage partnerships and programs that promote the sustainability of the state's natural resources and yield “on the ground” results. Projects that incorporate a long-term stewardship perspective will be given priority.
The State Conservation Committee's Conservation Grant Program supports and promotes programs and partnerships that protect, restore and enhance the state's valuable natural resources. Competitive grants are awarded annually to physical and tangible environmental projects that foster stewardship and the sustainability of New Hampshire's natural environment.
The Conservation Grant Program's six focus areas include:
For more information on focus areas, see: https://www.agriculture.nh.gov/publications-forms/documents/grant-application-instructions.pdf#page=4
Projects on public and private land are eligible with the signed consent and approval of the appropriate governing body or landowner(s).
GrantWatch ID#: 173952
The total SCC grant fund request per application cannot exceed $30,000.
Projects are to be completed within two years. The 2022 Grants are to be completed by April 30, 2024.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The SCC accepts applications electronically through the Box file transfer system. Please email applications to: SCC_Moo.firstname.lastname@example.org
To discuss project proposals, and for all other questions about the SCC Conservation Grant Program information, contact:
Dea Brickner-Wood, Administrator
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