Assessment of Grassland Habitat Quality and Management Practices for Pollinators

The purpose of this project is to enhance our understanding of habitat quality and availability for pollinator species, particularly monarch butterflies and native bee species in parks of the southern plains. We also hope to gain some insight regarding how management of those grasslands (e.g., fire and exotic plant treatments) might influence the quality or availability of such habitat. It is our intention to use this information to help guide us toward inclusion of pollinator habitat attributes into our ongoing monitoring of grassland habitats conducted the Southern Plains Network and Southern Plains Fire Group.

CFDA Number: 
15.945
Funding Opportunity Number: 
P17AS00119
Funding Entity: 
Award Amount: 
$39,169.00
Maximum Award Amount: 
$39,169.00
Application Due Date: 
03-20-2017
Implementing Sector
Implementing Sector: 
National Park Service
Eligibility
Eligible Applicant: 
Categories
Assistance Type: 
Information Source: 
Opportunity ID: 
292377

Agency Contact(s)

Name Contact Email Contact Phone Number Contact Information
Grants Management Specialist Kelly Adams Kelly_Adams@nps.gov Grants Management Specialist Kelly Adams, Kelly_Adams@nps.gov,