Opportunity Information:

  • The Department of the Interior, National Park Service in the education, science and technology and other research and development sector is offering a public funding opportunity titled "Assess Effects of Flow Diversion on Snake Creek Riparian Resources" and is now available to receive applicants.
  • Interested and eligible applicants and submit their applications by referencing the CFDA number(s): 15.945.
  • This funding opportunity was created on May 26, 2017.
  • Applicants must submit their applications by NO APPLICATION WILL BE ACCEPTED.
  • Each selected applicant is eligible to receive up to $70,290.00 in funding.
  • The number of recipients for this funding is limited to 1 candidate(s).
  • Eligible applicants include: Others (see text field entitled Additional Information on Eligibility for clarification).
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