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Schoolyard Action Grants


New Hampshire Audubon, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service New England Field Office, New Hampshire Project Learning Tree, and NH Fish and Game have joined efforts to support schools that want to achieve the benefits of nature-based studies for student development and learning. Our goals are to nurture future environmental stewards by connecting kids with their local environment and to enliven learning through nature.

Grant Period: Open December 1, 2017 through January 15, 2018

Schools that teach Preschool-12th grade may apply for a Schoolyard Action Grant. NH Audubon staff is available to discuss project ideas and answer your questions. Grant application questions address important project components. A project must have a team of three or more people working on its planning and implementation. These teams may be comprised of all school staff or include community members. Proposals should outline a plan for how the project will be integrated with school curricula; strong proposals will integrate multiple subject areas and involve students in its planning and implementation. Projects should have administrative support and a plan for project sustainability. Involvement and donations (time-in-kind or materials) by the community should be documented in the budget. If you are planning a garden for wildlife, a plant list must be included.

For further information go to: http://www.nhaudubon.org/learn/schoolyard-habitat-exploration-grants/

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