Nature Manitoba has developed grants to fund projects and activities in Manitoba.
Nature Manitoba Native Habitat Grant
Native Tall Grass Prairie Habitat - Marilyn Latta
The new Nature Manitoba Native Habitat Grant will be available to individuals or organizations who are conserving, restoring or managing native habitat in Manitoba, or who are educating others about the value of maintaining Manitoba’s native habitats.
Nature Manitoba’s Habitat Conservation Committee has spearheaded development of the grant, as a way to recognize and support the work being done to conserve native habitat in Manitoba. This builds on the many years of work done by Nature Manitoba to identify and preserve native tall grass prairie.
Funding will come from the Paul Guyot Endowment Fund. While the fund originally was established to support the preservation and management of tall grass prairie, projects involving other critical Manitoba habitats will also be considered.
The deadline to apply for the grant is January 31 of each the grant if offered. Click on the link below to find out how to apply, what to include in an application, and who to contact for more information.
Manitoba Bluebird Fund
Eastern Bluebird - Christian Artuso
Manitoba Bluebird Fund (MBF) was set up by Nature Manitoba with the goal of stopping the continuing decline in the number of songbirds in Manitoba, and to hopefully even see their numbers increase.
There are 2 subsidy programs being offered this year:
Manitoba Bluebird Fund Tree Subsidy Program
One of the activities of the fund is to offer a financial incentive to homeowners in order to encourage the planting of trees and/or shrubs on their property that will provide food and habitat for Manitoba songbirds.
Manitoba Bluebird Fund Window-Strike Prevention Materials Subsidy Program
This year the MBF Committee is pleased to announce an additional program that will subsidize the purchase by homeowners of window-strike prevention materials to address one of the well-known primary causes of significant songbird mortality every year.