The Salazar Center for North American Conservation has launched the Peregrine Accelerator for Conservation Impact to help address the damage inflicted on the ecological and human health of the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo River Basin. This program accepted proposals for innovative solutions that will address issues surrounding the Rio Grande/ Rio Bravo Basin, cities surrounding the basin, and improving basin health.  Accepted teams will participate in a six-month cohort program that includes a $10,000 stipend to help teams advance their ideas and develop implementation plans. At the end of the program, teams will present their final proposal and be eligible to receive an additional implementation grant of up to $100,000. The Salazar Center is dedicated to inspiring new, cutting-edge approaches to the conservation of land, water, and energy resources, and The Moore Charitable Foundation is proud to support its important work.


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