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The Pacific Coast Joint Venture in Alaska
works with partners to implement
bird habitat conservation projects state-wide.
News for Alaska Partners, March 2014
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Last Updated: March 6th, 2014
Nominations Wanted for 2014 Pete Isleib Award
Nearly 1,000 acres next to Palmer Hay Flats protected by land purchase
The Great Land Trust, with support from PCJV and other partners, has purchased 917 acres and transferred the parcel to the state to manage as part of the refuge.
Alaska Watchable Wildlife Conservation Trust. Deadline: March 14
$5,000 grants to non-profits for interpretation, wildlife education, trail construction and maintenance, facilities construction, research and acquisition of critical wildlife habitats
Arctic Audubon Small Grants Program. Deadline: March 15
Grants up to $2000. Projects should enhance the understanding and conservation of Northern Alaska's organisms and/or ecosystems; increase public awareness and knowledge of conservation issues; or educational tools.
Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund RFP to open April 15
Birds and biodiversity
Arctic Biodiversity Assessment—three documents now available for purchase
Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity; Synthesis; and Report for Policy Makers
Conferences and training
Community-Based Monitoring: Observing Alaska's Coasts and Oceans workshop. Anchorage, April 1–2. Registration deadline: March 14
Alaska PCJV Coordinator
(907) 745-8280 office
(907) 745-8289 fax
P.O. Box 1814
Palmer, AK 99645-1814
Next Alaska partner meeting:
Contact Lynn for more info