Tribal Alliance for Pollinators

The Tribal Alliance for Pollinators (TAP) is envisioned as an innovative consortium whose goal is to provide technical support to tribes in Oklahoma and throughout North America seeking to restore native plants to their Tribal lands.

This is a new, native-led initiative to unite native peoples

in promoting habitat restoration for monarchs, pollinators, and native grassland ecosystems, which will also benefit cultural traditions.

This is a single source award for the Learning Center at the Euchee Butterfly Farm to facilitate establishment and operations of the TAP.
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Service Training and Technical Assistance (Generic Training)

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Agency: Fish and Wildlife Service


Estimated Funding: $90,000

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Social Entrepreneurship

Wealthy Resource Generation: Tax Us More!

Wealthy Resource Generation: Tax Us More!

Resource Generation, a group of young people who grew up wealthy, wish to give something back. They published a letter this week that implies advocacy and participation in structural change that will ultimately improve the resourcing of schools in Pennsylvania.

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