Wild Action Grant Program

K-12 Education Programs
From Awareness to Responsible Action

The Florida WILD Action Grant Program is a habitat improvement program that provides small cash awards to Florida public and private schools that are serious about implementing, maintaining and using a schoolyard habitat as an outdoor classroom. The purpose of the program is to encourage schools to create or enhance habitat that will benefit Florida's wildlife and that will be used on a regular basis for instruction to teach students about wildlife and conservation of natural resources as part of the school's regular curriculum.

This program will be used for projects during the current school year. Projects will be considered for which the main faculty member(s) responsible has (have) completed: (1) either a Project WILD or an Aquatic WILD workshop and (2) both a Schoolyard Wildlife Activities and a Schoolyard Ecosystems workshop provided by personnel trained in the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) K-12 programs.

If you have met the above qualifications and wish to apply for the next cycle of grants, contact the Project WILD Coordinator.


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