- Faculty & Researchers
Produce practical tools for the restoration of marsh, wetland, and mesic forest communities through the non-destructive control of invasive species.
Advance novel solutions that support goals to reduce global hunger, poverty and undernutrition.
Develop transformational technologies for CO2 capture and purification.
Directs public conservation dollars to the most pressing environmental needs.
Set up a revolving loan fund to provide loans to finance predevelopment costs of water or wastewater projects.
Support science, technology, engineering and mathematics education through a focus on ocean sciences and related fields.
Support for strategic communication, media relations, and communication product development and distribution for the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Provide an introductory educational experience of natural resource careers to youth that includes activities such as invasive species management, habitat restoration, wildlife management, public education, and interpretation and communications.
Implement conservation strategies for the Western Population of the Monarch.
Support the annual National Environmental Monitoring Conference (NEMC) as part of the Environmental Measurement Symposium.
Catalyze clean energy start-up formation on college campuses, support novel training and educational opportunities that equip the next generation of energy entrepreneurs and innovators across the country.
Sustain and enhance comprehensive regional observing systems and verify and validate observing technologies for studying and monitoring coastal and ocean environments.
Study of Golden Eagle dietary responses, to conserve, enhance, and better understand the ecology and habitats of migratory bird species.
Enhance the economic and energy security of the United States through the development of energy technologies.
Test a nominal 400kWe thermally self-sustaining atmospheric or pressurized Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) prototype system.