2013-14 EAS Grant Recipients »
Embrace-A-Stream (EAS) is a matching grant program administered by TU that awards funds to TU chapters and councils for coldwater fisheries conservation. Since its inception in 1975, EAS has funded nearly 1,000 individual projects for a total of $4.3 million in direct cash grants. Local TU chapters and councils contributed an additional $13 million in cash and in-kind services to EAS funded projects, for a total investment of more than $17 million. In the 2013-14 grant cycle, the average grant award was $5,413, helping restore stream habitat, improving fish passage, and protecting water quality in 15 different states from coast to coast.
The application period for Embrace-A-Stream is currently closed. Applications may next be submitted in the Fall of 2014. Please see the following dates for further information.
For the 2014-15 funding cycle, TU chapters and councils are asked to submit proposals for projects that best address the needs of native and wild trout following TU's Protect, Reconnect, Restore, and Sustain conservation model. Please be sure to read each section of the application for funding carefully so that you understand the guidelines, proposal format and submission requirements. EAS committee members and staff are able to provide advice and guidance on potential project applications. Even if you do not have questions about preparing your proposal, applicants are required to contact their EAS committee representative to discuss proposal ideas by Nov. 12, 2014
. The deadline for submission is Dec. 9, 2014
. For further information, to request additional copies of the application, or to find out more about our online training on Oct. 15, 2014, please contact Rob Keith
, TU's volunteer operations coordinator at 703-284-9425.
For further information please contact Rob Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-284-9425.
Additional Embrace-A-Stream Resources
2011-12 Embrace-a-Stream Awards Grant Recipients
2012-13 Final Report Form
Embrace-A-Stream Webinar Training Recording
Frazier Creek Drainage Fish Passage Project