Control and Early Detection of New Plant Invader, Japanese stiltgrass, in the Connecticut River Watershed on Refuge Lands

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Control and Early Detection of New Plant Invader, Japanese stiltgrass, in the Connecticut River Watershed on Refuge Lands: THERE IS NO FULL ANNOUNCEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS OPPORTUNITY. Japanese stiltgrass is one of the worst invasive plants in CT & the Mid-Atlantic. It is relatively new to Connecticut River watershed and there is an immediate need to stop these infestations before they become uncontrollable in the Massachusetts watershed region and spread into New Hampshire and Vermont. If it continues to spread unchecked, it will invade many floodplain forests, wetlands and riparian habitats, including extensive acreages belonging to the Silvio O. Conte National Wildlife Refuge (SOCNFWR). The Refuge and partners have been actively involved in controlling the spread, but this outreach and control project requires oversight, coordination and dedicated hours for control in 2012. This funding enables a non-profit organization to oversee this existing program to train additional volunteers and work with partners, landowners and volunteers to scout for stiltgrass in the Connecticut River watershed in Massachusetts (including susceptible refuge lands), control it in priority areas, and plan monitoring. Cooperator will: - train citizen volunteers to inventory and document Japanese stiltgrass infestations on Service lands and other lands close to known infestations. - prioritize infestations for control based on size, severity of threat to rare species and/or outstanding habitats. Refuge lands are a high priority, if found. - provide staff and in-house volunteers for control using specialized equipment and coordinate community volunteers and collaborators to treat infestations by hand-pulling, cutting, chemically treating, or other effective method approved by SOCNFWR. - work with SOCNFWR staff/ other collaborators to plan for long-term monitoring, control & early detection and rapid response
Federal Grant Title: Control and Early Detection of New Plant Invader, Japanese stiltgrass, in the Connecticut River Watershed on Refuge Lands
Federal Agency Name: Fish and Wildlife Service
Grant Categories: Environment Natural Resources
Type of Opportunity: Discretionary
Funding Opportunity Number: F12AS00105
Type of Funding: Cooperative Agreement Grant
CFDA Numbers: 15.652
CFDA Descriptions: Undesirable/Noxious Plant Species
Current Application Deadline: Mar 29, 2012
Original Application Deadline: Mar 29, 2012
Posted Date: Mar 19, 2012
Creation Date: Mar 19, 2012
Archive Date: Mar 30, 2012
Total Program Funding: $13,000
Maximum Federal Grant Award: $13,000
Minimum Federal Grant Award: $10,000
Expected Number of Awards: 1
Cost Sharing or Matching: No
Applicants Eligible for this Grant
Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
Grant Announcement Contact
Daffny Jones, 413-253-8595 daffny_jones@fws.gov
daffny_jones@fws.gov [daffny_jones@fws.gov]
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