The deadline for Summer 2018 Huyck Research Grants at the The E.N. Huyck 
Preserve, Inc. and Biological Research Station is February 23rd.

Since 1938, the 2,000+ acre Huyck Preserve and Biological Field Station
has supported work in basic and applied ecology, conservation biology,
taxonomy, animal behavior, evolution, geology, land use history,
and other areas of natural science.

Situated in a landscape with many conserved parcels including the nearby
Catskill Park, Huyck Preserve communities include mixed secondary and
primary forest, plantations, pristine creeks, and small and large

$2,000 typical grant award; up to $3,500 for projects with extended

Wet and dry lab space and on-site housing is available.

Successful grants emphasize field studies, with the Preserve as a primary
or supplemental research site. 

Find application and learn more:

Application deadline: Friday, February 23, 2018

Address inquiries to Anne Rhoads, Ph.D., Director of Conservation and
Education at or 518-797-3440

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