Conservation and Research Fund news

Due to personal reasons, Christine Booth has regrettably decided to stand down as Chair of the CRF sub-committee. OSME would like to take this opportunity to thank her for all of the work she did to ‘professionalise’ the operation of the CRF. A replacement chair will be appointed shortly. On a more positive note, Maxim Koshkin has now joined the sub-committee and will be advising on applications to the fund from a Central Asian perspective.

OSME is also pleased to announce that the ‘average’ level of grant awarded by the CRF has now been increased to £1,000 and larger grants, up to £3000, will also be considered – see the Conservation page for details of how to apply.

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  1. SAMUEL NDUNG'U says:

    Have an interest in saving birds in Kenya -specifically in Kinangop Plateau – one of the areas known worldwide to host diverse type of birds but under their existence being threatened. Advice and whether we are eligible to CRF funding programme.

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