ACA Biodiversity Grants logo Student ready to release a recently transmittered male Ferruginous Hawk that was nesting on a transmission tower in SW Alberta Student getting ectomycorrhizal fungal cultures ready for lodgepole pine root inoculations Student setting a gill net under the ice to evaluate fish species composition Students processing a 3 year old female cougar - hair, whiskers, claw scrapings, and blood are taken from cougars during immobilization

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Information for Applicants

Applications for the ACA Grants in Biodiversity must be written by students and NOT by their supervisors. Supervisors are encouraged to advise the applicant and review the application, but the application is the work of the student. Applicants are advised to review the background of this grant program, and also the mission and values of our sponsor, the Alberta Conservation Association.