ARAV Conservation of Reptiles & Amphibians GrantClosing Date: 15/01/2022
Funding to support the conservation and preservation of reptiles and amphibians.
The Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV) is a US-based membership organisation established in 1990. Its mission is to promote scientifically based responsible reptile and amphibian medicine and surgery, research, conservation, and pet ownership.
Within the framework of the ARAV Conservation of Reptiles & Amphibians Grant, funding is available to advance and support conservation of reptiles and amphibians (locally, nationally and internationally) and to promote the conservation of all reptilian and amphibian species and their ecosystems through education, captive breeding and preservation of reptilian and amphibian habitats.
This grant is able to fund conservation based projects involving reptiles and/or amphibians with a focus on topics such as:
- Captive management, husbandry and propagation.
- Wildlife management.
- Ecosystem health.
- Conservation education and outreach.
- Water projects.
Proposals will be evaluated based on scientific value, conservation relevance, and feasibility of proposal. It is expected that the research should be completed in 12 months with semi-annual updates required.
|Funding body||Association of Reptile and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV)|
|Maximum value||1,500 USD|
|Category||Biotechnology and Biology
|Fund or call||Fund|