On behalf of the Great Plains LCC and in partnership with the South Central Climate Science Center, the Wildlife Management Institute (WMI) is soliciting proposals for applied research to inform resource management decisions in prairie rivers and streams of the Great Plains. Specifically, they are calling for proposals that address the alteration of natural flow regimes within the context of existing water rights.
Restoring natural flow regimes in prairie rivers and streams is essential to native fish conservation. However, developing actionable, strategic opportunities for flow restoration requires an understanding of the region's water use and water rights landscape.
In order to develop this understanding and make use of it to inform conservation action in focal watersheds, WMI and the GPLCC are soliciting propsals that:
Proposals must be submitted via email
to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than
5:00 p.m. MDT on June 13, 2016.
Please forward this opportunity to others in your network, especially those with expertise in water rights, water policy, riparian ecosystems, and/or aquatic species. Proposals will be reviewed by the GPLCC, the WMI, and the South Central Climate Science Center.