The Mumford and Keller Grant/Scholarship Program  is used to award funds to member individuals and organizations seeking funding for activities related to Indiana’s natural resources, particularly those related to Indiana’s avifauna, that-promote the Indiana Audubon Society’s mission.  This program was created in 2010, and receives some funding from the annual silent auction and raffle held during the fall festival.

Applications are due April 1 for the 2018 funding cycle.

Individuals and Organizations receiving funding in recent years include: Landon Neuman, The Friends of the Upper Wabash Interpretive Services, The Northwest Indiana Migratory Bird Association, Lauren Smith, Hummer/Bird Banding Collaborative (HBRC) – Tim Tolford, Alexandra Forsythe, Chad and Ceth Williams, Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehab Center, Amy Wilms, Mathias Benko, the Friends of the Limberlost, and the Indiana Young Birder’s Club North Chapter.

To download the application, click here.

 

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