09/17/2019

Two open calls for proposals

Within the frame of the project “WET MEADOWS AND PASTURES 2” EuroNatur intends to support local and national NGOs and the European Stork Villages (ESV) in the implementation of projects addressing the restoration of wet meadows and pastures. In addition EuroNatur intends to support the sustainable development of the European Stork Villages (ESV) and their NGO partners by a small grant scheme. Please find more information on the two calls for proposals below.

Created pond near the stork village Malpartida - financed by a small grant project. © ESV Malpartida de Caceres

Call for proposal for habitat restoration projects

As in the previous two calls for habitat projects, the project area needs again to be located in Central, East or South-East Europe. The projects need not necessarily be located in the European Stork Villages, but can be implemented in any suitable target areas in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, and preferentially in protected areas or their vicinity. The projects must have a direct focus on habitat improvement measures that are related to the restoration, creation, improvement or extension of wet meadows and pastures. The habitat projects already carried out were a great success, from which not only the white stork populations benefited, but also other plants and animals of the wet meadows.

The total project budget should not exceed 25,000 € for a follow-up of a project from the first phase of the Wet meadows and pastures project and 35,000 € for a new project (unless additional funding from other sources is acquired). The projects may start from 1 January 2020 onwards, should have maximum duration of 18 months and should be completed by 30 June 2021.

The project proposal and budget must be based on the templates provided with this call and need to be submitted until 17 November 2019 via e-mail to stefan.ferger(at)euronatur.org. EuroNatur will confirm the receipt of the proposal and will notify whether it is complete or whether additional information is required.

Here you can look at the complete call for proposal

Here you can download the template for project-proposals

Here you can download the template for the budget plan

 

Call for proposal for small grant projects

Within the frame of the project “WET MEADOWS AND PASTURES 2” EuroNatur intends to support the sustainable development of the European Stork Villages (ESV) and their NGO partners by a small grant scheme. All European Stork Villages and their partner organizations are invited to participate in this Call for Proposal with a specific project from their village. The projects may have various contents from a wide range of topics, but should be associated to the restoration of wet meadows and pastures in the widest sense.

The total project budget should not exceed 5,000 €. The projects should start from 1 January 2020 onwards, have a maximum duration of 12 months and be completed by 31 December 2020. The project proposal and budget must be based on the templates provided with this call and need to be submitted until 17 November 2019 via e-mail to stefan.ferger(at)euronatur.org. EuroNatur will confirm the receipt of the proposal and will notify whether it is complete or whether additional information is required.

Here you can look at the complete call for proposal

Here you can download the template for project-proposals

Here you can download the template for the budget plan

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