Minnesota Naturalists’ Association 2023 Grant Application Form
The Minnesota Naturalists’ Association (MNA) has a small grant fund to support our members in furthering environmental education in Minnesota and beyond. Grants will: 

• Fund up to $150 per request (total of $300 annually) 
• Fund up to 3 requests per fiscal year (Nov. to Nov.) 
• Be available until the money is depleted 
• Be available for full or partial funding of requests 
• Applications will be considered immediately upon receipt by the Grants and Scholarship Committee.  
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Grant Guidelines  
1. Applicant must be a current MNA member.  
2. Grant money is to be used to further environmental education/interpretation in Minnesota. 
3. Applications will be considered for: 
        a. Education/training opportunities (workshops and classes), educational facilities or supplies not funded by applicant’s employer. 
        b. Grassroots environmental action, including cost for travel, food, lodging, materials and printing costs; attendance at environmental advocacy conferences and workshops, i.e. Alternative Energy Fair, Bioregional Workshop, Forestry Best Management. 
        c. Costs associated with an organized effort of environmental damage remediation, restoration, stabilization, etc. 
4. If the application is granted, the recipient is required to: 
        a. Share information and results of action with MNA members within one year, including a written summary for the MNA Newsletter. 
        b. In order to receive reimbursements the grant recipient must: provide receipts of money spent to the MNA Scholarship and Grants Committee within one year (from the date the grant was awarded).   
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  Please give a 3-4 sentence summary of request including goals:  
How will completing your proposal benefit MNA and/or its members? (Include how you will share results with MNA members.)  
How will completing your proposal benefit your organization and/or the community?  
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