The Foundation directs its funding toward environmental issues in the Western United States and Western Canada. The Foundation has four funding areas: priority regions, conservation science, capacity building, and conservation law and policy. Grants are awarded for projects that protect wildlife and targeted wildlands. The Foundation uses conservation science to identify specific priority regions to fund. These regions correspond with the Foundationís focus on habitat security, focal species, and wildlife linkages. Applicants who are interested in submitting a grant proposal must contact the appropriate regional staff member before developing one. The names of the staff members along with additional information are available on the Web site. Applicants from Alaska, Arizona, British Columbia, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, or Yellowstone to Yukon, are eligible to apply. There are several deadlines each year. Check the Web site for additional information.
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