The Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation has issued a call for proposals from organizations looking for project funding through the Conservation and GROW Trusts. $9 million dollars is available for 2022.
Program manager, Tim Sopuck, explained they've launched a two-stage application process.
"At this point, groups submit a letter of intent...and then all of the letters of intent that are accepted go forward to a full application process, and that begins in October."
Sopuck expects to announce grants to the success organizations in Spring 2022.
Non-profits can apply for up to $600,000 through the Conservation Trust.
GROW Trust applications are only open to Manitoba's 14 watershed districts.
"There's quite a range of activities going on," explained Sopuck. "It's all focused really in the agricultural landscape, and all of it is designed to support activities that work in cooperation with producers so that conservation can be implemented hand-in-hand with agricultural producation rather than one or the other."Click here to see more...