OPAL grants fund more exciting nature projects

The BMIG is developing an interactive guide to isopods

From running identification courses to developing interactive ebooks, OPAL grants have helped fund a diverse range of natural history society projects this year.

You can learn more about some of them by reading our 2010 case studies.

 

 


2010 OPAL Grants Scheme case studies

British Myriapod and Isopod Group (BMIG) - developing an interactive isopod guide
British Lichen Society - organising lichen identification courses
Reading and District Natural History Society – expanding its range of walks and activities
West Lancashire Wildlife – organising a BioBlitz


2009 OPAL Grants Scheme case studies


Interested in funding for your society?
Applications for the 2011 OPAL Grants Scheme are now being accepted.

 

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