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Fauna & Flora International -- Global Trees Campaign

To support the Global Trees Campaign in partnership with the Conservation Leadership Programme, Fauna & Flora International offers masters bursaries up to £1 thousand for research addressing applied conservation of a threatened tree species. Research should focus on in situ conservation of a tree species categorised as globally threatened, ideally on the IUCN Red List. Other species not on the Red List (but which are likely to be globally threatened) will also be considered. Successful applicants will be able to access expertise through the Conservation Leadership Programme and its alumni network. The application deadline is 28 March 2016.
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