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2017 Received Prescott Grant Proposals

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The nationwide solicitation period closed on October 5, 2016.


2017 Prescott Proposals Received

We received 61 eligible proposals for the FY2017 funding cycle.

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State Applicant Project Title Federal Funding Requested
 AK Seward Association for the Advancement of Marine Science Forging Public Connections with Marine Mammals through the Alaska SeaLife Center $99,983
AK University of Alaska Anchorage Continued Strengthening of Alaska's Marine Mammal Stranding Program through Collaborative Level B And C Reporting; Diagnostic Support and Continuing Education For Stranding Network Members $100,000
AK University of Alaska Fairbanks Marine Mammal Stranding Response and Reporting in Western Alaska $84,215
 AL MESC/Dauphin Island Sea Lab Personnel Support for the Alabama Marine Mammal Stranding Network $42,290
 CA California Academy of Sciences Improving Marine Mammal Stranding Response throughout the West Coast Region: A Collaborative Approach to Strandings on Beaches with Endangered Nesting Birds $98,649
CA California Academy of Sciences Stable Isotope Signatures in Sea Lion Vibrissae: Searching for Clues to Explain the Recent California Sea Lion Mortality Event $22,006
CA California Wildlife Center Marine Mammal Response and Rehabilitation Program Support $98,474
CA Channel Islands Cetacean Research Unit Enhancement to CICRU's Bio-Surveillance and Cetacean Health Monitoring Program $85,640
CA Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute Facility Enhancements and Operational Support for Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties $99,989
CA Friends of the Sea Lions dba Pacific Marine Mammal Center Analysis of Post Release Monitoring Data Collected from Pinnipeds and Providing Satellite Tagging Support to Network Members $99,976
CA Friends of the Sea Lions dba Pacific Marine Mammal Center Continued support for the Specially Trained Animal Response Team (START) and development of National Incident Management Teams $87,507
CA Humboldt State University Sponsored Programs Foundation Expanding Effort-Based Marine Mammal Surveys and Dead Marine Mammal Response in Northern California: A Collaborative and Analytical Approach $99,694
CA MAR3INE (on behalf of Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles) Refrigeration Upgrade at Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles (MMCC LA) $100,000
CA Northcoast Marine Mammal Center Going the Distance: Advancing Marine Mammal Response, Data Collection, and Education on the Lost Coast (Humboldt and Del Norte Counties of California) $99,975
CA San Diego State University Foundation Enhanced Temporal Assessment of Bioaccumulative Chemicals in Stranded Marine Mammals and the Predicted Toxicology $100,000
CA San Jose State University Research Foundation Large Whale Readiness and Response in Central and Northern California $91,458
CA The Marine Mammal Center Investigation and Treatment of Respiratory Disease in California Sea Lions under Rehabilitation $98,470
CA The Regents of the University of California, Davis Campus Diagnostic Testing Support for the Marine Mammal Health and Stranding Network and Unusual Mortality Events $99,903
CA The Regents of the University of California, Davis Campus Improving National Capacity for Response to Oiled Marine Mammals Through Training $99,917
CA The Regents of the University of California, Santa Cruz Enhanced Stranding Response on the Central California Coast $99,998
 CT Sea Research Foundation, Inc. Support and Enhancement for the Marine Mammal Stranding Program at Sea Research Foundation's Mystic Aquarium $100,000
 DE Marine Education, Research & Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. Provide Essential Staffing, Infrastructure and Equipment to Maintain and Enhance Marine Mammal Stranding Response, Data Collection, and Public Education Efforts in Delaware $97,900
 FL Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Level 1 and Level 2 Necropsy Training for Increasing Quality of Level A, B, and C Data Collection by the Southeast Cetacean Stranding Network $99,944
FL Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Florida Marine Mammal Stranding Network Coordination, Response, and Sample Analyses in Southwest Florida $98,923
FL Hubbs-SeaWorld Research Institute Critical Support for Marine Mammal Stranding Response along the East Coast of Central Florida: A Region of Repeated Unusual Mortality Events and Increased Dolphin Entanglements $99,976
FL Mote Marine Laboratory Enhanced Capacity for Ultrasound Imaging and Continued High-Level Response, Recovery, and Analyses of Stranded Cetaceans in Southwest Florida $89,476
FL The Florida Institute of Technology Multi-Regional HAB Toxin Diagnostics for the Marine Mammal Stranding Network $99,990
 GA GA Dept. of Natural Resources Maintain the Georgia Marine Mammal Stranding Network $76,380
 HI The Marine Mammal Center Support for a Hawaiian Monk Seal Rehabilitation Program: An Essential Tool to Species Recovery $98,951
HI University of Hawaii Investigating Causes of Mortality in Pacific Island Cetaceans at the University of Hawaii $100,000
 IL Chicago Zoological Society Deployment Tool for Tagging Free-Swimming Small Cetaceans $99,739
 LA Audubon Nature Institute, Inc. Coastal Wildlife Network: Enhancement of Rehabilitation Facility and Continuation of the Stranding and Rescue Program $81,547
LA Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Marine Mammal Stranding Response, Rescue and Recovery; Maintaining and Enhancing Efforts Along Louisiana's Coast $99,999
 MA International Fund for Animal Welfare Pharmacological Desensitization of Select Large Whale Entanglement Cases to Improve Disentanglement Efficacy and Safety $98,128
MA International Fund for Animal Welfare Enhancing Small Cetacean Field Diagnostics and Treatments $96,890
MA National Marine Life Center, Inc. Programmatic Support for Pinniped Rehabilitation in Northern New England: Building Diagnostic Infrastructure & Enhancing Hospital Operations $100,000
MA New England Aquarium Corporation Mortality Investigations in Mass., N. Hampshire and Southern Maine; Increasing Capacity for Large Whale Necropsy Response, Standardizing Necropsy Data Collection, and Augmenting a Baseline Data Set $85,811
 MD Maryland Department of Natural Resources Maintaining and Enhancing the Maryland Department of Natural Resources Stranding Response Program and Identifying New Pathogens Utilizing Viral Metagenomics $78,651
MD National Aquarium, Inc. Improve Preparedness and Capacity for Hazardous Material Spills Involving Marine Mammals $18,066
 ME College of the Atlantic Maintenance and Enhancement of the Marine Mammal Stranding Response Program (MMSRP) for the Mid-coast/Downeast region of Maine, 2017-2018 $99,970
ME Marine Mammals of Maine Increasing Capacity to Understand Marine Mammal Health through Stranding Response, Triage, and Necropsy in Mid-coast and Southern Maine $99,784
ME University of Maine System acting through the Univ. of Maine Utilizing Long-Term Datasets on Marine Mammal Strandings in Maine to Inform Coastal Ocean Health and Marine Mammal Response $100,000
 MS Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Inc. Stranding Response and Data and Tissue Collection in Mississippi to Support the Unusual Mortality Event and Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Investigations in the Northern Gulf of Mexico $99,771
 NC Department of Environmental Quality Marine Mammal Stranding Response in Central Coastal and Northern Inland North Carolina and Continued Bottlenose Dolphin Post-UME Surveillance $99,950
NC University of North Carolina Wilmington Response to and Coordination of Marine Mammal Strandings in North Carolina with Special Emphasis on Bottlenose Dolphin Post-UME and Enhanced Diagnostic Monitoring $99,388
 NH Seacoast Science Center, Inc. Building Beyond the Basics: Advanced Staff Training and Inspiring the Next Generation of Responders at the Seacoast Science Center $39,950
 OR Oregon State University Supporting and Enhancing the Capabilities of the Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network $99,950
OR Portland State University Documenting Stranding Changes and Issues for the Northern Oregon/Southern Washington Marine Mammal Stranding Program (NOSWSP) $100,000
 PR Puerto Rico Zoo Improvement to the Puerto Rico Zoo Marine Mammals Rehabilitation Center Facilities $100,000
 SC Coastal Carolina University The South Carolina Marine Mammal Stranding Network: Stranding Response and Enhanced Diagnostic Testing $97,482
 TX Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network Support for Live and Dead Marine Mammal Response, Rehabilitation and Data Collection along the Texas Coast $94,391
 VA Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center Foundation, Inc. Coordinating Expert Response, Rehabilitation, and Data Collection for Stranded Marine Mammals in Virginia $99,970
VA Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center Foundation, Inc. Developing a Stranded Marine Mammal Human Interaction Case Evaluation Service $74,398
 WA Cascadia Research Collective Changes in Entanglement Rates of Humpback and Other Large Whales along the US West Coast: Spatial and Temporal Trends Based on Stranded, Entangled and Free-Swimming Whales $99,897
WA Feiro Marine Life Center Juan de Fuca Marine Mammal Stranding Network Response and Educational Outreach: Maintaining Response and Messaging and Increasing Internal Capacity Building Across Two Networks $26,305
WA Orca Network Enhancing Response, Post-Mortem Examination, and Collaborative Research Studies of Stranded Marine Mammals in Central Puget Sound, Washington $99,291
WA Port Townsend Marine Science Society Port Townsend Marine Science Center Marine Mammal Stranding Network: Sustaining Response and Collaboration $30,672
WA Sno-King County Marine Mammal Response Support and Enhance the Basic Needs of the Sno-King Marine Mammal Response Program in Western Washington $49,536
WA The Whale Museum Continued Stranding Response and Disease Surveillance in San Juan County, WA, and Improved Disentanglement Capabilities for the West Coast Region $99,113
WA Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Ongoing Response and Investigating Causes of Mortality in Washington Marine Mammals $97,486
WA Wolf Hollow Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Multiple Year Support for Rehabilitation of Living Stranded Pinnipeds in Washington State, Facility Upgrades to Address Non-Compliance Items, Meet Best Practices and Improve Regional Collaboration $88,839

Updated: October 17, 2016