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2024 Bloom-Hays-Zembal Grant due February 23, 2024

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Sea and Sage Audubon Society (Orange County, California Chapter) has student grants available! We offer the Bloom-Hays Ecological Wetland Grant and the new Zembal Wetland Research Grant! Although the grant is given by the Audubon Society, research projects are not limited to bird research!  We have purposely left our eligibility guidelines very broad to allow us to provide funding for a variety of interesting ecological research projects. Our total budget for grant awards has recently been increased this year to $12,500, which means that we will be able to provide full funding to more projects!

Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to apply for both the Bloom-Hays Ecological Research Grant and the new Zembal Wetland Research Grant. Only one application is February 23, 2024. The application and letters of recommendation should be emailed to BloomHaysGrant@aol.com. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions (BloomHaysGrant@aol.com).

The 2024 grant application instructions are attached here and have also been posted to the Sea and Sage Audubon website under the Research/Student Grants tab:

Student Research Grants – Sea & Sage Audubon Society (seaandsageaudubon.org)

-- Amber Heredia



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