Amphibian Ark's $5,000 competitive seed grant is designed to fund small start-up projects that are in need of seed money in order to build successful long-term programs that attract larger funding. Full details of the Seed Grant program are available here.
Caudata.org is an online community of caudate enthusiasts to promote learning and accurate information exchange about this taxon. The Caudata.org grant is an annual award utilizing funds raised by the group to support conservation of caudates. More information is available here.
The Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund provides targeted $5,000-25,000 grants to individual species conservation initiatives and they have expressed an interest in seeing amphibian proposals.
Columbus Zoo continuously accepts applications for grants and emergency grants and has a strong record of supporting amphibian conservation work. For more information, contact Rebecca Rose, Field Conservation Coordinator.
The Amphibian Specialist Group calls for proposals for up to $30,000 matching funds for critical habitat protection; no deadline.
Other grant opportunities are described in Appendix 3 of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums' Amphibian Resource Manual.
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