2020 Southwest Rivers Headwaters Request for Proposals
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of the 2020 Southwest Rivers Headwaters Request for Proposals. You are receiving this email because you or someone in your organization has expressed interest in this program, but please feel free to forward this on to anyone who may be interested. The Request for Proposals is officially launched as of today, June 16th, 2020 and will close on July 30th, 2020, when the Full Proposals are due.
The RFP can be found attached to this email and on our website here: www.nfwf.org/programs/southwest-rivers-program. We will be offering an applicant webinar for additional information and instructions on how to submit your proposal on June 25th at 1pm ET. To register, please click on the link here.
The goal of the Southwest Rivers Headwaters program is to restore, protect and enhance aquatic and riparian species of conservation concern and their habitats in the headwaters of the Rio Grande and Gila River watersheds. The Gila River headwaters is a new priority geography for this area and includes the main stem of the Gila River and headwater tributaries in New Mexico and Arizona upstream of San Carlos Lake, as well as the White and Black Rivers. Priority projects will address the leading factors in aquatic and riparian species decline such as habitat alteration, environmental change and invasive species. If you have any questions regarding this RFP, please feel free to contact me.