Application deadline: February 5, 2016
The Mazamas, a 3,000-member Oregon mountaineering organization headquartered in Portland OR, is soliciting research grant proposals from scientists and their graduate or undergraduate students. The Mazamas are dedicated to the exploration and preservation of mountain environments in the Pacific Northwest. Mazamas activities include gathering and disseminating scientific information concerning the natural features of mountains, forests, rivers, and lakes. Investigations of geologic features, biotic communities, and human endeavors pertaining to the enjoyment and safety of outdoor recreation are all relevant research topics.
The Mazamas Research Committee awards grants annually for scientific studies promoting wilderness ecology, mountain travel, and safety in the outdoors.
Graduate/Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for the “Graduate/Undergraduate Student Grant” which has a maximum award of $2000.
For complete information about this opportunity, see: http://mazamas.org/resources/research-grants/