A.V. Stout Fund Research Grant

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  • Established in the 1950s by Andre Stout and his father, A. Varick Stout, the fund has supported numerous conservation efforts over the decades, including the New England Salmon Association. Upon the dissolution of that organization in 1997, due to the retirement of its founder and President, Andrew Stout, the funds were transferred to the Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc. to carry on the conservation work by administering the assets as the A. V. Stout Fund.

    The A. V. Stout Fund is dedicated to supporting research grants for New England wildlife and its habitat as well as improving management techniques through innovative ideas and programs. The research, ideas and programs supported by the Fund will give resource administrators and policy makers better understanding in managing the political and environmental issues involved. The Fund is open to qualified students, interns, resource managers and organizations. All students, individuals and organizations whose projects are within the New England area and who are interested in the Fund’s objectives, as outline above are eligible. All grants must be submitted via email in PDF, DOC, or XLS format.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • c/o The Norcross Wildlife Foundation, Inc.
  • Caller Box 611
  • New York, NY 10024
  • AVStout@norcrossgrants.org
  • 212-362-4831

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