AZGFD can Provide Financial Resources for Educators
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is pleased to announce a grant designed specifically for Arizona educators. The goal of this program is to provide financial resources (up to $3,000) to Arizona teachers to help implement quality wildlife education in their classrooms.
AZGFD will accept applications in July of 2023 until the deadline of Sept 1. Any applications received after that deadline may be eligible for an additional scoring round in January, if money is available.
grant proposals are considered when the applicant:
- has attended a previous educator workshop hosted by the Department (or has plans to attend a future workshop) and wants some money to help implement education related to that workshop
- is developing an innovative wildlife-focused lesson or resource for the classroom and
needs money to complete the project
- has developed a unique, inquiry-based field trip to take place on one of the many public lands in Arizona and needs money to off-set some of those costs
more information on grant requirements
The Department provides a number of additional resources for both prospective grant applicants as well as current recipients. To find informational webinars, examples of previous award winners and final report requirements, visit our K-12 grant information page.
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Education through AZGFD
See resources for teachers, including lesson plans. Learn about hunter education, and classes to earn bonus points.
The goal of the AZGFD education program is to promote awareness, appreciation and stewardship of the state’s wildlife resources by using wildlife as a context for learning.
hunter education for bonus points
Classroom and online instruction, and field days for hunter education. Online “Ethically Hunting Arizona” class allows hunters to earn a lifetime bonus point.