National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

Deadline: 03/04/2002
September 29, 2003

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is accepting proposals for projects that build public-private partnerships to reduce and prevent degradation of coral reefs and associated reef habitats (e.g. seagrass beds, mangroves etc.). Projects may address causes of coral reef degradation wherever they occur, from inland areas to coastal watersheds to the reefs and surrounding marine environment.

Proposals should support partnerships that provide solutions to specific problems to help prevent coral reef degradation through one or more of the following activities: reducing impacts from pollution and sedimentation; reducing impacts from over-harvesting and other fishing activities; reducing impacts of tourism and boating; restoring damaged reefs; increasing community awareness through education and stewardship activities.

Full details here
Contact: Michelle Pico
Address: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
1120 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 900
Washington DC 20036
USA

Telephone: +1 202 857 0166
Fax: +1 202 857 0162
Email: pico@nfwf.org

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