NWT Species Conservation and Recovery Fund
Call for Applications for the 2020-2021 Species Conservation and Recovery Fund (formerly the Stewardship Program)
Applications will be accepted for the 2020-2021 program year from January 15, 2020 to March 13, 2020. Projects are to begin April 1, 2020.
For more information, please see the NWT Species Conservation and Recovery Fund brochure. The NWT Species Conservation and Recovery Fund application package is available here.
Download the information brochure: Click Here
Download the information brochure (French): Coming Soon
Download the application form: Click Here
Download the application form (French): Coming Soon
Download the reporting template: Click Here
Download the reporting template (French): Coming Soon
Download the advertising poster: Click Here
Download the advertising poster (French): Click Here
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The NWT Species Conservation and Recovery Fund provides funding for projects that support the long-term conservation, recovery, and protection of species that are at risk in the NWT.
Please submit your completed application form if you have an idea for a project that:
- Addresses threats to species, habitats, landscapes, or ecosystems.
- Fills knowledge gaps related to species, habitats, or threats.
- Contributes to outreach, education, and awareness about species.
The maximum amount of funding available for the program is $60,000 per year, to be split among several projects. Funding will be distributed among NWT regions based on the Government of the Northwest Territories' administrative regions (Beaufort Delta, Sahtu, Dehcho, South Slave, North Slave, Yellowknife).
Interested in reading about past Species at Risk Stewardship Projects?
2018-19 Stewardship project summaries
2017-18 Stewardship project summaries
2016-17 Stewardship project summaries
2015-16 Stewardship project summaries
2014-15 Stewardship project summaries
2013-14 Stewardship project summaries
2012-13 Stewardship project summaries
2011-12 Stewardship project summaries
2010-11 Stewardship project summaries
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Government of Canada stewardship funding programs:
Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk (HSP) funds projects that conserve and protect species at risk and their habitats. Click here for more information.
Aboriginal Funds for Species at Risk (AFSAR) is designed to help Aboriginal organizations and communities build capacity to enable them to participate actively in the conservation and recovery of species at risk. Click here for more information.