Tribal Conservation of the Sagebrush Ecosystem

Participating Tribes will prepare and submit project proposals that describe project benefits for wildlife or habitat in the sagebrush ecosystem, including those species using sagebrush habitat that are important to Native American cultural or traditions.

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Related Programs

Tribal Wildlife Grants Program

Department of the Interior

Research Grants (Generic)

Department of the Interior

Agency: Department of the Interior

Office: Fish and Wildlife Service

Estimated Funding: $70,000

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Full Opportunity Web Address:

Ivy Allen, Tribal Communications Specialist, 303 Tobit Ph.D., Science Applications,

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