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Grants- esp for 2010 wa permie conference

 
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im beddridden for a few more weeks with a hip- back injury, and diligently studying up on developing my business plan, researching models, partnership agreements, etc.

and it dawns on me that im eligible for tons of grants.

heres one im scrambling for,

http://www.williamjamesfoundation.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewPage&pageID=810&parentID=4

but there are also CREES grants,:
http://www.csrees.usda.gov/business/business.html


and others.

1) if you have secured a grant, please let us know what for and how it went

2) please drop in links to permie-appropriate grants and your ideas for applications and using our network to develop proposals.


3) CREES has SCADS of grants, and if we can meet deadlines for the winter/spring cycle it may cover major costs of the conference in the coming year. im wanting to work with a team towards this goal. drop me a pm if your interested in teaming up on this.

lets capture some of this energy flow!





 
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