The Salazar Center for North American Conservation at Colorado State University will award $100,000 to an interdisciplinary team working on an innovative approach to conservation and landscape connectivity. This inaugural Conservation Impact Prize will fund a collaborative project that addresses a landscape-scale conservation challenge on the North American continent. The project must provide measurable benefits to both the habitat and the community.
Non-traditional applicants and ideas are encouraged. Potential applicants must register by Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 5 PM Mountain. Applications are due no later than Thursday, April 16, 2020, at 5 PM Mountain. More information on the grant and how to apply for the Connectivity Challenge prize, plus a press release.