Partners in Preservation Grant Program
The 2013 application cycle for the Partners in Preservation grant program will open on Monday February 11 and close six weeks later, on Friday March 22. This will be the final year of grant funding opportunities in this five year program. If you have a project that could utilize funds for exotic vegetation removal and/or native species replanting, please consider this opportunity.
The Natural Resources Planning and Management Division of the Broward County Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department initiated the Land Stewardship Program in Fiscal Year 2009, a five-year capital improvement program to fund the ecological restoration of natural lands within Broward County through a "Partners in Preservation" Grant Program.
The proposed maximum grant is $50,000 per project.
For information on qualification and funding requirements please refer to the Grant Application Package (link to grant application).
Submitting an Application
Information must be received by the Natural Resources Planning and Management Division prior to the deadline. Late applications will not be considered for funding. Include in your application:
• Completed five page application
• Any required attachments
• Digital photographs
Electronic submissions are encouraged. If you choose to send your application by mail, please submit in a letter sized manila folder, with all attachments labeled and photographs on recordable CD. No plastic binders, please.
Land Stewardship Program
Environmental Protection and Growth Management Department
115 S. Andrews Avenue, Room 329H
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Submit questions, drafts and/or final applications by email to: email@example.com or, call 954-519-1297.
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