The ACA Grants Program aims to aid Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) in the delivery of its mission. Grants made to partners are intended to enhance and supplement ACA activities. ACA Research Grants fund high quality research projects on wildlife, fish and habitat which inform the effective management of wildlife, and fish populations, and their habitat in Alberta.

Who Can Apply?

Anyone qualified to conduct high-quality research can apply if they have a suitable research project, with the exception of Federal or Provincial Government employees and ACA staff. Graduate student and post-doc projects have to be submitted by the project supervisor (i.e., faculty member). A graduate student can, however, apply directly to the ACA Grants in Biodiversity; this is often a better o

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