ASAP is thrilled to join the Field Liaison Team for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s National Coastal Resilience Fund (NCRF). Throwe Environmental, LLC leads the Team, which also includes Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS).
As Field Liaisons, Throwe, ASAP, and NAFW will support NCRF applicants across the U.S. throughout 2023. The Team will host virtual and in-person peer-to-peer learning events and presentations. We will also conduct direct outreach, host conversations with potential applicants to develop project ideas, and troubleshoot with previous applicants as they consider reapplying for funding.
“ASAP excels at bridging gaps between sectors, scales, and geographies in the climate adaptation space,” says ASAP Acting Director Rachel Jacobson. “Getting projects funded is the number one challenge practitioners share with us. That’s why we use the power of our network to help communities navigate the complex worlds of climate resilience funding and finance. We look forward to bringing that power to NCRF and helping increase the climate resilience of coastal communities across the US.”
We are grateful to our partners at Throwe Environmental, Native American Fish and Wildlife Society, and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation for this exciting opportunity. Look out for more information in the coming weeks about how to get involved.