Aquatic Informatics will award the next grant to an organization that works to improve water quality and restore aquatic life in watersheds and communities impacted by mining activities.
Recipients receive Aquarius software to manage, analyze, and report on water resources by connecting with existing sensors, aggregating data, and enabling users with powerful tools to correct and analyze the information.
In addition to equipping organizations with the right tools for the job, our team also provides support and professional services to ensure recipients get up and running quickly and are set up for success.
At the heart of this program, it’s all about collaboration. We partner with recipient organizations to help them achieve their goals and ultimately strengthen their relationships with the communities they serve.
Aquatic Informatics was pleased to award the Fall 2020 Ripple Effect grant to the Upper Fisheries Conservation Alliance (UFFCA). The software and services donation will enable UFFCA to build in-house capabilities for data quality management and reporting using the Aquarius platform.
Our mission is to protect life with timely water information. We embody our mission in the work we do and the solutions we provide to protect and positively impact communities.
The team behind Ripple Effect consists of internal volunteers driven to ensure the sustainability of water resources and ensure clean, long-lasting drinking water for everyone, regardless of budget or resources. In doing so, we hope to bridge those gaps in an effort to make a meaningful impact on the communities served by Ripple Effect.
Applications are due by
All applications must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org
Must be a non-profit organization. Some examples include:
Official cover page and complete instructions available via form below. Applications should contain no more than five (5) pages of text, written in English, including any figures or tables (but not including the application cover page or non-profit letter). Out of respect for our environment, we require that proposals be submitted electronically to email@example.com by the deadline.
The application must include the following information, at a minimum:
Scope of work and project’s impact, goals, and clearly-defined objectives, including items such as:
Other than the page limit, there are no requirements for formatting of the application.