Conservation Expedition Grants

Applications for ZSL’s 2012 Erasmus Darwin Barlow Expedition grants open!

The deadline for submitting applications to the Conservation Expeditions grants is 31 January 2012

The intention is to contribute funds for short field expeditions (maximum 3 months) that carry out surveys to gather information to address a field conservation question.

The conservation question should focus on threatened or potentially threatened poorly-known species or habitats currently receiving little or no conservation attention.  With so many priority EDGE species being poorly known this is a great opportunity to contribute to their conservation.

The study should build on existing knowledge and must provide new information essential for conservation decision-making. For example, expeditions might gather new information on dominant threat processes or provide new insight into species’ distribution, abundance or ecology. Priority will be given to proposals that complement ZSL’s on-going conservation initiatives such as EDGE.

Download the application form and the guidelines to apply for the Erasmus Darwin Barlow Expedition grant 2012:

EDBE Application Form 2012 (553 KB)

EDBE Application Guidelines 2012 (41 KB)



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  1. Joss Klevins said,

    on January 13th, 2012 at 10:00 am

    OK.. I understand most of what you are saying but it is a lot to digest. I know it will sink in later on. Your writing is concise and to the point. By the way, EDGE Blog » Conservation Expedition Grants was a great choice for a title.

  2. nwunfor peter muma said,

    on March 1st, 2012 at 6:37 pm

    Dear sir/ Madam,
    I am sorry I am late for Jan 2012 grants Kindly send me early alerts about such future grants.
    Thanks for cooperation.
    Yours sincerely
    Nwunfor Peter Muma
    The Bambui Organic Farmers COMMON Initiative Group}BOFCIG]

  3. on January 7th, 2013 at 10:45 am

    i am parasitogy student,may i get any grant or award to my thesis work

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