NANFA-L-- Gator Gar Grant

Subject: NANFA-L-- Gator Gar Grant
From: Mark (
Date: Fri Nov 12 2004 - 11:52:09 CST

NFC/OFS Presents Gator Gar Grant 2005

The Native Fish Conservancy
(<> in partnership with
the Oklahoma Fish Stickers is proud to offer a $600 graduate level
grant to further basic life history work on the Alligator Gar
(Attractosteus spatula). The Alligator Gar is a fascinating fish and
is seldom given much research effort. The purpose of this grant is to
produce basic life history so that both state and private
organizations can take appropriate steps for conservation of the
Gator Gar. Results of the research will be posted on the Native Fish
Conservancy website-in-
<> You may see our past
conservation grants on our site.

Rules are as Follows:

1. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an Accredited Post
Graduate Program.
2. Applicants must be willing to share their results with the
Native Fish Conservancy, which will post the report on itās web site.
3. Preference will be given to those doing fundamental life history work.
4. All decisions of the Grant Board are final.
5. Please send your brief 2 page synopsis /grant proposal along
with references to

Gator Gar Grant

302 S sergeant Ave

Joplin Mo


post marked by 4/1/05 winner will be declared on or about 6/1/05

The NFC is a non-profit agency involved in public education, research
and conservation of North American Fishes. The Oklahoma Fish stickers
is a Sportsmanās club interested in furthering the conservation of
the Alligator Gar


Forwarded by:

Mark Conejo Creek drainage California USA

<))>< /----------------------------------------------------------------------- / This is the discussion list of the North American Native Fishes / Association (NANFA). Comments made on this list do not necessarily / reflect the beliefs or goals of NANFA. For more information about NANFA, / visit . Please make sure all posts to nanfa-l are / consistent with the guidelines as per / To subscribe, / unsubscribe, or get help, visit the NANFA email list home page and / archive-in-

: Fri Dec 31 2004 - 12:42:48 CST