NFWF Announces 2018 Electronic Monitoring and Reporting Grant Slate

EM Info Admin

Published November 26, 2018

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminsitration (NOAA) and Kingfisher Foundation announced a 2018 round of funding for Electronic Monitoring and Reporting projects. Fifteen new fisheries conservation grants totaling $3.78 million were awarded, leveraging $5.05 million in match from the grantees and generating a total conservation impact of mree than $8.83 million.

The Electronic Monitoring and Reporting Grant Program helps to integrate technology into U.S. fisheries data collection to improve fisheries management. This year’s projects will implement electronic technologies strategies and modernize data management systems.

Grantees for this funding cycle are based from New England to Western Alaska and from Hawaii to Puerto Rico.

Here is the full grant slate .


Electronic Monitoring Program Toolkit: A Guide for Designing and Implementing Electronic Monitoring Programs

Catalyzing the Growth of Electronic Monitoring in Fisheries

Electronic Monitoring Provision Included in International Measures to Conserve Atlantic Shortfin Mako Sharks

Solicitation for Electronic Monitoring Cost Assessment