Partners in Preservation Grant Program
The 2013 application cycle for the Partners in Preservation grant program opened on Monday February 11 and closed six weeks later, on Friday March 22, 2013. This is the final year of grant funding opportunities in this five year program. At this time the awarded grant projects are being completed by the applicants, reviewed via site visits and close out documentation and being reimbursed the amounts documentated up to the grant award sum.
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).
Partners in Preservation Grant - Project Updates
During the past six years this grant program has reimbursed thirty-seven completed projects totaling over 1.28 million dollars. These funds helped to remove invasive exotic plant species and replant native plant species on public lands managed for conservation. We continue to move existing projects forward and look to the successful completion of another twenty-eight project sites.
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