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Subject line: More funding resources

1) Fisheries Scholarship Fund Request for Proposals
2) Estuary Habitat Restoration Project Request for Proposals

1) Fisheries Scholarship Fund Request for Proposals
Deadline: August 18, 2006

The Fisheries Scholarship Fund (FSF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to research, education and information that benefits the seafood industry and seafood consumers. The Fisheries Scholarship Fund was established in 1964 and is a tax exempt, philanthropic, educational organization. The Fund is supported entirely by voluntary contributions from individuals and companies in the fish and seafood industry. The FSF funds a broad range of seafood technology, food safety, fisheries, nutrition and health, and consumer information projects. Each year the Fund awards scholarship awards to colleges and universities to conduct research of interest and benefit to the fish and seafood industry and seafood consumers. Researchers are invited to submit a mini proposal on one of six priority areas identified for 2007*:
1.      Benefits & Risks of Seafood Consumption
2.      International Trade Nutrition and Health
3.      Fishery Economics & Resource Management
4.      Aquaculture
5.      Economic Integrity
6.      Food Safety
For more information about the FSF, see:

Please submit one copy of the proposal by Tuesday, August 18, 2006 to each of the following:
Robert Collette (Vice President of Science and Technology, National Fisheries Institute, 7918 Jones Branch Dr., Suite 700, McLean, VA 22102, e-mail: bcollette@nfi.org)
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Roy Martin (FSF Science Advisor, 11283, Hickory Ridge Ct., Spring Hill, FL 34609, e-mail: remtec@atlantic.net).

For questions concerning proposal submission, please contact Roy Martin 352-666-5646.

2) Estuary Habitat Restoration Project Request for Proposals
Application Deadline: August 14th

The US Army Corps of Engineers is soliciting project proposals for estuary habitat restoration projects.  Visit http://www.usace.army.mil/civilworks/cecwp/estuary_act/ for more information.  Questions may be sent to estuary.restoration@usace.army.mil.

Emily Hartz
Program Associate
Great Lakes Aquatic Habitat Network and Fund
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
fax 231.347.5928


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