ESA SEEDS Fall Newsletter September 2015
SEEDS is hosting a Webinar!
If you are interested in hosting this event as a SEEDS Chapter activity, please email Fred Abbott (email@example.com) for more information and instructions.
SEEDS Chapter Grants 2015-16!
The SEEDS Campus Ecology Chapter program will offer SEEDS Chapter Grants of up to $1,000 for projects taking place in 2015-2016 with funding from donations by ESA Members and from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. Limited grant funds are available to support Chapter activities and projects which further the mission of SEEDS – to diversify and advance the ecology profession through opportunities that stimulate and nurture the interest and leadership of underrepresented students in ecology.
This funding is intended to support innovative Chapter projects that promote ecology to underrepresented students and communities through local conservation, research or education outreach activities. Projects that include research and education on Pollinators and Biodiversity conservation will have priPollinator Resource Toolkit including outreach activity ideas developed by our very own SEEDS leaders.his theme was the focus of the 2015 Leadership Meeting and we have a
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100th ESA Annual Meeting – Baltimore, MD!
2015 Chapter of the Year - FIU GLADES!
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SEEDS National Field Trips!
In this Issue:
2015-16 SEEDS Chapter Grants
100th ESA Annual Meeting - the largest SEEDS group ever!
Upcoming National Field Trips!
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The mission of SEEDS is to diversify and advance the ecology profession through opportunities that stimulate and nurture the interest and leadership of underrepresented students in ecology
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