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Region 6 Challenge Cost Share Program-FY12

Post Date

February 13th 2012

Application Due Date

June 1st 2012

Application due date subject to change. See full announcement link for changes.

Funding Opportunity Number

F12AS00021

CFDA Number(s)

15.642

Funding Instrument Type(s)

Grant

Funding Activity Categories

Agriculture
Disaster Prevention and Relief
Education
Environment
Natural Resources
Science and Technology and other Research and Development

Number of Awards

3

Eligibility Categories

Unrestricted

Applicants may be an individual/family, minority group, specialized group, small business, profit organization, private nonprofit/organization, quasi-public nonprofit institution/organization, native American, Federal, Interstate, Intrastate, State, Local, Sponsored organization, public nonprofit institution/organization, other public institution/organization, U.S. territory, or any organization with interests which support the mission of the Service. This program requires the cooperator(s) to provide a minimum of 50 percent of cost share from non-Federal sources, for local programs on National Wildlife Refuges, or benefitting other Service lands.

Funding

  • Estimated Total Funding:

    $21000

  • Award Range:

    $1000 - $7000

Grant Description

Welcome to the Region 6 Challenge Cost Share (CCS) program. The information contained here will help you understand the program and its possibilities. The CCS program was developed to promote partnerships between the Service and other organizations (private groups, government agencies, and individuals) which focus on a common shared conservation goal. These partnerships are intended to support our NationŠŗs wildlife resources, their habitat, and the people who care for them. The private partners must bring at least half of the resources to the proposed project and are often the ones who actually perform the ground work. Matching resources can be in the form of money, labor, materials, other in-kind services, or a combination of these. Other Federal Government agencies are welcomed and encouraged to participate as partners. The funding or in-kind services that they bring to the project cannot be counted as part of the match. The 50% matching contributions must be from a non-Federal Government source.

Contact Information

  • Agency

    Department of the Interior

  • Office:

    Fish and Wildlife Service

  • Agency Contact:

    Betsy Matten, Administrative Officer, 303 236-4307
    Betsy_Matten@fws.gov

  • Agency Mailing Address:

    email

  • Agency Email Address:

    Betsy_Matten@fws.gov

  • More Information:

    Full Announcement


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