The National Sea Grant Law Center

Funding

  • Small Grants Competition
  • The National Sea Grant Law Center’s Small Grant Competition seeks to promote the growth and development of Sea Grant legal programming and build the capacity of individual Sea Grant programs to address legal issues in their states.


    2020 Small Grants Competition

    The National Sea Grant Law Center is soliciting proposals for one-year projects to promote the growth and development of Sea Grant legal programming and build the capacity of individual Sea Grant programs to address legal issues in their states. The Sea Grant Legal Program Enhancement Grants have a maximum award level of $50,000. Sea Grant Legal Capacity Building Grants are limited to $20,000. Matching funds are not required.

    Timetable: Letters of intent must be received by 5 p.m. Central Time on Friday, September 18, 2020. Full proposals must be received by 5 p.m. Central Time on Friday, October 30, 2020.

    Eligibility: The National Sea Grant Law Center welcomes proposals from Sea Grant College Programs, Sea Grant Institutional Programs, and Sea Grant Coherent Area Programs. Only those Sea Grant Programs who submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) by the required deadline are subsequently eligible to submit full proposals.

    View Request for Proposals: NSGLC Small Grants Program 2020


  • Phase 2 Building Capacity Grants

    The National Sea Grant Law Center is also currently accepting proposals for Phase 2 Building Capacity grants – one-year projects to implement a priority activity identified in a Phase 1 Building Capacity Final Report.

    Timetable: Full proposals will be accepted on a rolling basis. Currently, the last possible date for submission of proposals with 12-month timelines is September 30, 2020.

    Eligibility: This competition is limited to Sea Grant Programs that received a Phase 1 Building Capacity award through the National Sea Grant Law Center Small Grants Program 2018 competition.

    View Request for Proposals: NSGLC Small Grants Program - Phase 2



  • For More Information

    General questions about the grant competition and the scope of projects considered should be directed to:

    Stephanie Otts
    Director of the National Sea Grant Law Center
    sshowalt@olemiss.edu
    662-915-7714

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