Funding brief: In 1996 the Riverbanks Society established the Riverbanks Conservation Support Fund in order to provide important assistance to conservation biologists involved in an array of wildlife conservation projects both in the US and abroad.
Over the past two decades, Riverbanks’ conservation fund has provided grants for nearly 200 projects in 36 countries around the globe. In June 2017 the fund was renamed in honor of retiring president & CEO Satch Krantz for his 44 years of service to Riverbanks and his passion for saving species.
It is the mission of the Riverbanks Zoological Park and Botanical Garden to foster an appreciation and concern for all living things. Riverbanks supports this mission in many ways including conserving biodiversity through careful utilization of available resources. The Satch Krantz Conservation Fund, formerly Riverbanks Conservation Support Fund, was created to provide financial assistance for conservation-oriented projects/programs that promote preservation of the Earth’s biodiversity. Riverbanks encourages the submission of projects that have the potential for broad-based conservation and/or management impact.
Riverbanks encourages its staff to be active participants in conservation initiatives. Therefore, added weight will be given to projects in which Riverbanks staff members participate as PIs or collaborators and to projects that are willing to accept the participation of Riverbanks Field Conservation Associates*. Likewise, additional weight will be given to projects that are focused on applied conservation/animal management.
Donor Name: Riverbanks Zoo & Garden
Funding name: Satch Krantz Conservation Support Fund
Deadline: Annual grant application deadline is June, 1st.
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Funding limit: Awards will generally range from $1,000 to $5,000.
Project start date: Not Found
Project duration: Not Found
Eligible organization: As below
Eligibility: The following types of requests will be considered (not listed in order of priority).
Field conservation initiatives (in situ).
Habitat management and preservation.
Zoo and aquarium-based programs for the scientifically managed breeding of endangered and threatened wildlife (ex-situ).
Conservation education initiatives.
Projects designed to enhance animal welfare.
Projects that identify, assess and/or treat medical conditions affecting animals in the wild and/or managed captive environments.
Eligible Country: No Country Bar Found (Open to all regions)
Submission mail: Not found
How to apply: Funding requests must conform to the above application format; general mailings will not be considered. In addition to the application form, proposals must include the Principal Investigator/s curriculum vitae and, as appropriate, a bibliography and list of professional references. Research-oriented proposals should include pertinent preliminary data. Character counts are without spaces and exceeding character counts will result in disqualification. Referenced materials must be properly cited. Electronic submissions are preferred.
Signatures may be scanned or a hard copy of the signature page may be sent separately, by ground mail to: Edward N. Diebold, Chief Life Sciences Officer, Riverbanks Zoological Park and Botanical Garden, 500 Wildlife Parkway, Columbia, SC 29210, Phone: (803) 602-0852, Fax: (803) 253-6381, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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