[Fwd: [fws-shorebirds] Mini-Grants For School Habitat Restoration Projects]

Mike Patterson celata at pacifier.com
Thu Nov 1 07:15:48 PST 2001

Hilary_Chapman at fws.gov wrote:
> ***************************************************************************
> Reply to this list by replying to fws-shorebirds.
> [Do not include cc's or bcc's.  These people are subscribed.]
> Alternatively, you can reply directly to the poster of this
> message by using his/her email address.
> ***************************************************************************
> Wild Seed Fund Mini-Grants
> The National Wildlife Federation's Schoolyard Habitats Program provides
> materials and teacher training workshops for educators and school
> communities interested in creating or restoring wildlife habitat on their
> school grounds.  In 2002, the National Wildlife Federation(NWF) is offering
> fifty $250 mini-grants to schools across the country.  To be eligible, you
> must be in the initial phases of a project, plan to use the site for
> educational purposes, and certify your Schoolyard Habitats site with the
> NWF by March 15, 2003.  The deadline for applications is January 15, 2002.
> Applications can be downloaded from:
> http://www.nwf.org/habitats/schoolyard/index.html
> **************************************************************************
> For information about this list (ex. topics, how to unsubscribe, commands,
> list owner), send email to listserv at www.fws.gov with 'help fws-shorebirds'
> (without the quotes) as the only text in the body of the message.
> ***************************************************************************

Mike Patterson               When I despair, I remember
Astoria, OR                   that all through history 
celata at pacifier.com           the way of truth and love have always won.
                             There have been tyrants, and murderers,
                              and for a time they can seem invincible,
                              but in the end they always fall. 
                              Think of it...always.
                                                - Mahatma Gandhi 

More information about the Tweeters mailing list