Foundation / Corporation
Maine Sea Grant
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Grants to Maine staff and faculty at IHEs, and private and public research facilities for research in marine science and education. Applicants are required to submit an initial proposal prior to the full application. Funding is intended to promote the use of research in the areas of management, sustainable development, and preservation of coastal and marine resources.
Maine Sea Grant seeks to foster the highest quality marine research with a strong likelihood of societal impact in Maine, so only the most creative and rigorously conceived proposals will receive consideration. The Funding Source seeks to support projects developed through meaningful engagement with coastal or marine stakeholders and focused on research questions that are responsive to the needs of Maine’s communities. Maine Sea Grant accepts proposals aligned with any part of its current strategic plan. They strongly encourage projects that will advance Maine’s capacity for adaptive coastal resource management and public policy in response to climate-driven ecosystem change. Proposals that explicitly link with strategies and actions described in the Maine Climate Council’s Four-Year Plan for Climate Action, Scientific Assessment of Climate Change and Its Effects in Maine, or report Assessing the Potential Equity Outcomes of Maine’s Climate Action Plan: Framework, Analysis and Recommendations will receive additional merit during the review process.
GrantWatch ID#: 178816
Maine Sea Grant will consider funding proposals up to $150,000.
Proposed research activities may be one or two years in duration, for the period between February 2022 and January 2024.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Contact Dan Weaver, Research Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (207.581.4880) with any questions and to submit Notice of Intent to submit a full proposal.
Lynn Wardwell, Maine Sea Grant Fiscal Officer (207-581-1448; email@example.com).
Maine Sea Grant
5741 Libby Hall Suite 110
Orono ME 04469
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