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Feb 28, 2022

Open Call for Marine Conservation Action Fund Fellowship Applications!

Applications are now open for the Marine Conservation Action Fund (MCAF) Fellowship! Part of the New England Aquarium, MCAF is a microgranting and fellowship program that supports worldwide ocean conservation initiatives. For the first time, we are offering an open call for fellowship applications! Learn more and apply by May 10: https://conta.cc/3IhhqSC MCAF Fellows are leaders pursuing a community-based, multi-disciplinary approach to achieve lasting conservation outcomes who have demonstrated a commitment to training and mentoring the next generation of ocean leaders. Eligible applicants are nationals of low and middle-income countries. For a full list of eligibility criteria, review the application guidelines. MCAF provides financial, technical, and professional resources, mentoring, and community-building to support the success of Fellows’ conservation initiatives; their professional growth and resilience; the sustainability of their organizations; and their efforts to develop the next generation of ocean leaders.
Sep 07, 2021

Research Grants/ Fellowships in Acadia National Park, Maine, USA

The partners of Second Century Stewardship have announced the Request for Proposals (https://www.scsparkscience.org/apply) for fellowships to support research in Acadia National Park, Maine, USA, in 2022. Second Century Stewardship is a partnership of Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park, the National Park Service, and the National Park Foundation, with generous support from the David Evans Shaw Family Foundation. Second Century Stewardship seeks to advance conservation and ecosystem science, support management of park resources, and strengthen and broaden the importance of science for parks and society. To date, Second Century Stewardship has supported 15 fellows (https://www.scsparkscience.org/fellows/) whose research has contributed to park resource management, and in many cases has led to additional or broader science collaborations in Acadia National Park and beyond. Proposals on a wide variety of topics are invited, but research must address priority research management issues in Acadia. Proposals for research that includes multiple national park units are especially encouraged. The deadline for proposals is October 28, 2021. An overview webinar of Second Century Stewardship, the Research Fellowship, the application process, and park research priorities will be held and recorded via Zoom on Tuesday, September 14 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern. Please register here: (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeiyGzNJ4wXJJ8OKDSZFMLLDp_-A-_DrMDUvu6iDvNojZbRTQ/viewform?usp=sf_link) Visit https://www.scsparkscience.org/apply/ for more information, webinar registration, and the application portal.  Please share this with researchers interested in advancing science in national parks. Thanks, David Manski, Schoodic Institute Board of Directors

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