2018 Marine Debris Creative Advocacy Competition
This national competition, hosted by Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, challenges middle and high school students to lead a creative campaign in their school or community that educates others and inspires action to reduce or prevent marine debris.
Students can earn awards of up to $5,000!
This workshop will introduce teachers to Great Lakes research at the University of Michigan Biological Station (UMBS) with an emphasis on coastal wetland research being conducted by a group of researchers from across the US. Teachers will practice student-friendly wetland plant and macroinvertebrate sampling protocols in the field and learn more...
Grant deadline: Sept. 29th, 2018
Maximum award: $2500-$3000
Click here for information and application
Taken from the Michigan Association of Environmental Professionals (MAEP) website:
Environmental education is a core value of MAEP. We extend our environmental education initiatives to K-12 schools, community colleges, universities, and community organizations by awarding Environmental Education Grants. The Environmental Education Grants are funded more...