NWT Species at Risk Stewardship Program
The Call for Applications for the 2013-14 Species at Risk
Stewardship Program ended March 1, 2013.
The Call for Applications for the 2013-14 program year has closed. If you would like to be notified about the Call for Applications for the 2014-15 Program year, please contact the Species at Risk Secretariat or sign up for RSS feeds.
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All residents of the Northwest Territories (NWT) have an important role to play in protecting and recovering species at risk for today and for future generations.
The Species at Risk Stewardship Program provides funding for projects that support the long-term protection and recovery of species that are at risk or of concern in the NWT.
Please submit your completed application form if you have an idea for a project that:
- Improves the well-being of species of concern; or
- Takes protective measures for species; habitats or ecosystems; or
- Encourages involvement in stewardship activities through outreach, education and awareness-building; or
- Increases stewardship-related knowledge and skills of landowners or other groups.
Your project could receive up to $5,000 in funding from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources!
For more information, please see the Species at Risk Stewardship Program brochure. The Species at Risk Stewardship Program application package is available here.
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Government of Canada stewardship funding programs:
Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk (HSP) funds projects that conserve and protect species at risk and their habitats. Click here for more information.
Aboriginal Funds for Species at Risk (AFSAR) is designed to help Aboriginal organizations and communities build capacity to enable them to participate actively in the conservation and recovery of species at risk. Click here for more information.