Foundation / Corporation
Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium (MASGC)
09/10/21 5:00 PM CDT
Grants to USA eligible communications professionals for the creation of communications products related to aquaculture. The purpose of the program is to distribute an informational outreach portfolio, both online and in print, that presents a specific topic within aquaculture phylogeny. Successful applicants will also develop a plan to share these products with target audiences that include members of the aquaculture industry, natural resource managers, extension agents, and elected officials.
MASGC is accepting proposals to create a portfolio of informational outreach products based on Sea Grant’s aquaculture efforts around the country. The goal of this competition is to fund the creation of communications products designed to raise awareness of Sea Grant’s decades-long commitment to using sound science practices to support aquaculture expansion around the U.S.
The goal of this aquaculture communication plan is to help the network achieve its vision by effectively communicating the results and impacts of Sea Grant aquaculture projects to key constituencies and partners involved in the aquaculture industry. Sharing the Sea Grant aquaculture “story” will be valuable over the long term. The story-based products funded in this proposal should document the positive impacts Sea Grant has made to effectively communicate to multiple stakeholder groups its leadership role in seafood production, technology development, technology transfer, and job creation through Sea Grant’s functional areas.
Competitive submissions will propose a portfolio of products designed to creatively and succinctly share information about Sea Grant’s aquaculture efforts with one specific topic with an audience that would include but not be limited to members of the aquaculture industry, elected officials at all levels of government, other NOAA programs, and the Sea Grant Network. Each portfolio must include print products that can be physically shared with audiences as well as shared in the same visual format online. Additional web-based products (videos, story maps, etc.) are encouraged in the Tier I proposals.
Tier I topics
Tier II topics
GrantWatch ID#: 197698
MASGC will fund one Tier I proposal and two Tier II proposals.
Tier I: maximum of $30,000
Tier II: maximum of $10,000 each
Funded projects must be completed in one year and the anticipated start date is October 15, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
A single PDF containing all required proposal elements should be submitted to Loretta Leist (Research Coordinator) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions related to priorities, contact LaDon Swann (email@example.com or 251-648- 5877) or Tara Skelton (Tara.Skelton@usm.edu or 228-818-8825).
For questions related to submission procedures, proposal guidance, forms and competition requirements, contact Loretta Leist (firstname.lastname@example.org or 228-818-8835).
For questions related to budget preparation and other fiscal issues, contact Devaney Cheramie (email@example.com or 228-818-8839).
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