AAF just learned our NFWF grant has been extended and expanded! The project has been extended to the end of 2017 at the $430K level. This amount plus our required match (which is running
well ahead of the award amount requirement) will put us well past the $1M mark invested over the 6 year project period. We are already seeing the benefits
of our efforts with this project as numerous sightings are a regular occurrence in an area that once saw most of its pronghorn wiped out.
AAF Receives 2nd Grant!
On May 23, 2013 the Arizona Antelope Foundation (AAF) found we were one of just 22 nation-wide recipients’ funded to
carry out our proposed Youth & Wildlife Conservation at Las Cienegas Grasslands Project. Using these grant funds the AAF will expand an existing youth
education opportunity focused on black-tailed prairie dog (BTPD) reintroductions and the AAF’s Southeast Arizona Grasslands Pronghorn Initiative in
the summer season of 2013. Read more HERE.
AAF Receives National Fish & Wildlife Foundation Grant
On November 16, 2011 the AAF received the very heartening news that the Board of Directors of the National Fish and Wildlife
Foundation (NFWF) had awarded a 3-year grant of $230,000 to the AAF to support the AAF’s 5-year Southeastern Arizona Grasslands Pronghorn Initiative
project initiated in April 2010. Grant funds will be matched by $230,000 in non-federal contributions including: AAF and private land owner project labor
and materials; Pima County Sonoran Conservation Plan land acquisition funds and Arizona Game and Fish Big Game Tag, Habitat Partnership
Funds. More HERE
Help Arizona’s Wildlife And Tell The World About It!
When you display the Arizona Sportsmen Wildlife
Conservation License Plate, you are helping Arizona’s Wildlife by supporting the Wildlife Habitat Grant Funds for habitat
restoration and Youth Education Programs. Click HERE
for more information