The NEW Zoo along with the N.E.W. Zoological Society, Inc., established the Conservation Grant Fund in 2007. The fund was created to help support wildlife conservation and research efforts worldwide.
About the Conservation Grant Fund
The NEW Zoo and the N.E.W. Zoological Society, Inc. are proud to announce the creation of a Conservation Grant Fund to help support wildlife conservation and research efforts worldwide. Since Spring 2007, grant monies have been awarded to qualified projects/individuals through an application process.
Award monies will be given to those projects dedicated to results-based solutions. Applications from other AZA-accredited facilities will be accepted, however projects should focus directly on wildlife within their native habitats. There are no maximum or minimum awards and funding will be for a one-year term only. Because of the limited amount of money we have in our conservation fund, we will only directly notify those who are chosen to receive financial assistance. Applicants can check our website after August 15th to see the names of grant recipients.
For more information Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently accepting Grant Proposals from organizations and individuals. Grant applications are accepted from March 1st to May 1st. The Board of Directors will meet once a year in June or July to review all grant applications and award funds. All applications must be received in an electronic format by May 1st. Please complete our Grant Application and submit it via Email or on a CD to our attention at:
N.E.W. Zoological Society Conservation Fund
4418 Reforestation Road
Green Bay, WI 54313
Conservation Grant Award Recipients
Mrs. Paige Singer, Conservation Biologist-Rocky Mountain Wild Organization
Colorado Corridors Project: I-70 Byway Pre-Construction Wildlife Monitoring Pilot Program
Mr. Jeremy Swanson-Director of Development for the Honeyguide Foundation
The Maasailand Games: Supporting Lion Conservation Through Sport
Ms. Angie Dosch, Animal Collection Supervisor for Cosley Zoo
Head Start Program Blanding’s Turtle-in DuPage County, IL
Mr. Janak Khatiwada, CEO-Himalayan Research and Conservation Nepal
Frogs diversity and its role as a biological pest control agent in the rice fields of Chitwan, Nepal
Ms. Julie Sherman and Steve Unwin, Co Principal investigators Pan African Sanctuaries Alliance (PASA)
PASA 2014 Primate Healthcare and Rehabilitation Workshop
Mr. Dickson Baseke, Project Manager
Integrating Cultural Values in Managing Human-Elephants Conflicts in Northern Uganda Project
Miss Zoe Muller, Principal Investigator, Rothschild’s Giraffe Project
Ecology and Conservation of the Endangerd Rothschild’s Giraffe in Kenya
Dr. Darcy Ogada, Chairman, Raptor Working Group. Kenya
Kenya celebrate International Vulture Awareness Day
Dr. Charles Ewono, Project coordinator, Bova Wildlife Conservation Center
Creation of safe haven for Great Apes through sustainable cocoa cultivation in rural villages in southeast Cameroon
Mr. Gadhiv Kafle, Lecturer, Tribhuvan University
Survey of Otters in Parsa Wildlife Reserve, Nepal
Ms. Rebecca Goldstone/Mr. Michael Stern, New Nature Foundation
Kibale Fuel Wood Project in Kibale National Park, Uganda, Africa
Mr. D.T. Tyler Flockhart, Graduate student, University of Guelph, Canada
Density dependent effects and population size regulation in Monarch butterflies
Ms. Zoe Muller, Principle Investigator, The Rothschild’s Giraffe Project
Ecology and Conservation of Endangered Rothschild Giraffe in Kenya
Ms. Kimberly VanderWaal, Doctoral student, University of California-Davis
Identifying routes of pathogen transmission among wild and domestic ungulates in central Kenya
Ms. Helen Douglas-Dufresne-Trustee and Director of The Milgis Trust
Samburuland’s Community Eco-screen project in northern Kenya
Dr. Tara Harris-Conservation Biologist, Minnesota Zoo
Identifying key conservation management areas for Hartmann’s mountain zebras project
Dr. Fernando Passos-Professor/Doctor in Ecology, Parana Federal University
Ecology, Behaviour and Surveying of the Critically Endangered Black-Faced Lion Tamarin in Superagui National Park, Brazil
Dr. Alfred Owino, Kenya Wildlife Service
Understanding Ecological and Conservation Requirements of the Martial Eagle Project in Kenya.
AHM, Ali Reza, Graduate Research Asst. at Jahangirnagar Bangladesh
Conservation Assessment and Prioritization of Habits in Bangladesh Project.
Ms. Amy Deane, Save the Wild Chinchillas, Inc.
Leave No Trace Education Project in Chile.
Dr. Michael Briggs, African Predator Conservation Research Organization
Okavango Transboundary Carnivore Ecology Program in Africa.
Dr. Gay Reinartz, Zoological Society of Milwaukee
BCBI Project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Ms. Emma Pethybridge, Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Center
Marine Rescue and Rehabilitation Project.