|Organization:||North Pacific LCC|
|Name:||USFWS / NPLCC FY14 Funding Opportunity|
|Submission Period:||April 1, 2014 11:00 AM MDT - April 1, 2014 2:00 PM MDT|
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Funding Opportunity Number: F14AS00023
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 15.669
CFDA Description: Cooperative Landscape Conservation
The USFWS is seeking project pre-proposals, not to exceed $50,000, on behalf of the NPLCC for landscape-scale climate-related science and information that address one or more of the eligible activities described below. Project pre-proposals will be evaluated by a team of reviewers convened by the NPLCC Coordinator and Science Coordinator. Based on evaluations and potential discussions, invitations to submit full proposals will be made to a subset of the leads who submitted pre-proposals.
Projects must clearly identify a management application, be applicable to some or all of the geographic range of the NPLCC, and must address one of the following eligible Actions included in the updated Science and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (S-TEK) Strategy's 2014 Implementation Plan:
In support of the NPLCC and consistent with Secretarial Order 3289 and other LCC guidance, awards issued pursuant to this announcement will be expected to result in various products or outcomes. USFWS Region 1 reserves the right to make no awards under this announcement. Funding amounts awarded for selected proposals are not explicit; final amounts awarded are at discretion of the NPLCC Steering Committee and USFWS Region 1.
The NPLCC extends from south-central Alaska to northern California and its mission is “The North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative promotes development, coordination and dissemination of science to inform landscape level conservation and sustainable resource management in the face of a changing climate and related stressors.” Details about the NPLCC can be found at http://northpacificlcc.org/. Projects selected for funding will help implement the NPLCC S-TEK Strategy.