Every year, the BBRSDA funds (or co-funds) a variety of projects that benefit the Bristol Bay salmon fishery and advance one or more of our strategic objectives. The board is soliciting two kinds of submissions for the 2014 cycle.
2014 Project Solicitation Guidelines
Project Proposals are submitted by permit-holders, municipalities, non-governmental organizations, private companies, research institutions or state and local agencies that are in a position to carry out the project they are proposing. If you are submitting a Project Proposal, all items are required.
Project Concepts are submitted by BBRSDA members (S03T permit-holders). They areideas for projects that the board might consider funding. Project Concepts allow the board to gather a broad range of ideas from members who may not themselves be in a position to carry them forward. If you are submitting a Project Concept, you need only provide the items below that are underlined.
Required Information to Submit:
- Proposer’s contact information. Name, email and phone.
- Acknowledgment of having read BBRSDA Strategic Plan and bylaws.
- Identify the BBRSDA strategic objective addressed by the project.
- Brief description of project – 250 words maximum.
- Estimate of total project costs and amount needed from BBRSDA. Identify other sources of funds.
- Approximate date of project completion.
- Proposals must be on one side of a single 8 ½ x 11 sheet (size 10 font or larger) and submitted electronically to email@example.com by December 16, 2013. Subject line should read; “2014 Project Proposal” (or “Concept”).
BB-RSDA policies to consider:
- The BBRSDA has a preference for cost-sharing with others and for the potential grant recipient to be a significant source of funding.
- The BBRSDA does not seek to own any plant or equipment
- Projects funded by the BBRSDA must be available to, or benefit, all S03T permit holders.
- Single year projects are preferred over multi-year projects.
- November 1, 2013: Call for Proposals announced
- December 16, 2013: Deadline for receiving proposals
- January 10, 2014: Board evaluates all Proposals. 20 projects (max) accepted for expansion into full proposals for deeper scrutiny.
- February 22, 2014: Final proposal selection and funding decisions