Got Funding?
Opportunities for Supporting Conservation in the Hudson Valley

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
3:00pm - 5:00pm (doors open at 2:30)

861 Bedford Road (Entrance 3)
Environmental Classroom
Pace University, Pleasantville Campus

 

This information session will highlight three major funding agencies who work in the Hudson Valley: the Hudson River Estuary Program, the Hudson River Valley Greenway, and the New York State Conservation Partnership Program.

Representatives from each organization will discuss their specific programs that provide support for conservation projects. Participants will have the opportunity to network with the representatives, ask questions, and learn about funding priorities and eligibility.

Municipalities and non-profit organizations performing conservation work in the region are encouraged to attend. Please note: Due to space constraints, registration will be limited to 2 people per organization.

 


Organizer:
Michael Rubbo, PhD
Assistant Professor, Pace University

 

ABOUT STEPS

The Science Training for Environmental Professionals Series (STEPS) is a free professional development workshop series hosted by the Dyson College Institute for Sustainability and the Environment. This series utilizes Pace University's resources and knowledge to provide science training to local environmental stakeholders so that they may advance their environmental conservation and/or sustainability initiatives. The latest science on various topics will be covered throughout the year. See the full list of workshops offered here.