The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife is accepting grant applications from nonprofit groups working on projects directly related to wildlife diversity and education.
Eligible projects will benefit New Jersey's endangered, threatened, and non-game wildlife through education, outreach, research, species protection, habitat management, or any combination of such actions. Projects should help to address an important threat or action highlighted in New Jersey's State Wildlife Action Plan.
Examples of eligible projects include, but are not limited to:
1. Education/outreach projects, such as classroom wildlife programs, interpretive signage or online resources;
2. Research projects, such as animal surveys or censuses, habitat monitoring, or public attitude surveys;
3. Management projects, such as habitat creation, improvement, or restoration;
4. Habitat protection projects, such as securing wildlife corridors or sensitive wildlife breeding areas.
The application deadline is December 14, 2018