Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation Research Prize is $100K

Washington, DC [] National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), one of the nation’s leading conservation organizations, and Budweiser, one of the country’s leading supporters of outdoor sports and wildlife habitat conservation, have partnered to offer a new $100,000 Renewable Energy and Wildlife Conservation Research Prize. This new prize is an extension of the 2007 Budweiser Conservation Scholarship Program, which is currently in its seventh year. The prize will be awarded this fall to a single innovative project that cultivates new technologies or practices that contribute to making renewable energy a practical energy alternative while considering wildlife and their natural habitats. Deadline for applications is June 29, 2007.
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