Budweiser/national Fish And Wildlife Foundation
Budweiser and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation are accepting applications for the 2008 Budweiser Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation Research Prize. The Prize will recognize and support a single innovative project that advances new technologies or practices contributing to making renewable energy a practical energy alternative. The Prize will be awarded to the project most likely to develop or evaluate new cost-effective, renewable energy technologies for industrial applications while demonstrating the measurable benefits such practices can have in advancing wildlife conservation. Consideration will be given to the degree of innovation, cost-effectiveness, and transferability of the practice. Projects that demonstrate additional financial commitment in the form of cash or in-kind matching funds at a ratio equal to 1:1 are strongly encouraged to apply. Eligibility is open to accredited postsecondary academic institutions, public agencies, and nonprofits working collaboratively on advancing renewable energy and wildlife conservation research. Funds may be used for salaries and benefits, student stipends, travel, publication expenses, and supplies. Additional information is available on the Web site.
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