Please enjoy the example projects below from past Sustain Our Great Lakes grantees. These presentations are meant to be informative and to provide examples of what has been successful in the past. We will continue to upload new presentations in the future to create a library of projects. Hobart Marsh (IN) – Eric Bird, Stewardship […]
2018 Program FAQ Guidance for Applicants and Grantees: Metrics Reporting and Monitoring Sea Lamprey Control Guidance 2018 Pre-Proposal Narrative 2018 Full Proposal Narrative 2018 Webinar for Applicants PDF A Technical Webinar for Pre and Full Proposal applications:
Sustain Our Great Lakes program staff has compiled this list of FAQs to provide summary answers to some of the questions we hear most frequently from interested applicants and grantees. You can also download the Program FAQ document PDF by clicking here. Frequently Asked Questions Eligibility Is an organization that currently has a NFWF Sustain […]
2017 Funding Opportunity Webinar – Sustain Our Great Lakes On January 10, 2017, Sustain Our Great Lakes hosted a webinar to share information on the 2017 grant funding opportunity (click here for the Request For Proposals). Viewers learned about funding priorities and the application process, saw examples of past projects, and received tips for submitting […]
On January 28, 2016, Sustain Our Great Lakes hosted a webinar to provide an overview of the Fishworks tool and demonstrate how it can be used to assist decisions about barrier removal and repair using several example scenarios.
On January 13, 2016, Sustain Our Great Lakes hosted a webinar to share information on the 2016 grant funding opportunity, watch a recording of the webinar here.
Sustain Our Great Lakes program staff has compiled this list of FAQs to provide summary answers to some of the questions we hear most frequently from interested applicants and grantees.
Guidance on completing regulatory requirements for new Sustain Our Great Lakes grants.
On February 4, 2015, Sustain Our Great Lakes hosted a webinar to describe the coastal wetland restoration priorities under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and the current SOGL funding opportunity, provide an update on the status of the monitoring effort, explain how to access and interpret the data, and explain how they can be used by grant applicants and other restoration practitioners. The webinar lasts for approximately 1 hour.