FY21 Wild Cervid CWD Management and Response Activities

In this 2021 announcement, APHIS WS will make available up to $2,500,000 in funds to further develop and implement wild cervid CWD surveillance, testing, management, and response activities, including further development and evaluation of techniques and strategies to prevent or control CWD in wild cervids.
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Wildlife Services

Department of Agriculture

Agency: Department of Agriculture

Office: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

Estimated Funding: $2,500,000

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This competitive opportunity is open to the following entities, provided they have regulatory oversight or direct responsibility for wild cervids: State departments of agriculture; State animal health agencies; State departments of wildlife or natural resources; and Federally recognized Native American tribal governments and Native American tribal organizations representing Federally recognized Native American tribal governments.

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