Monies Awarded

 

  • Beck, Jeffrey: $20,392 from Wyoming Game and Fish for “Sage-Grouse Histrionics,” and $12,323 from Wyoming Wildlife Consultants, LLC for “Population and Habitat Response of Greater Sage-Grouse to Wind Energy Development.”
  • Collier, Timothy: $3,872 from U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) for “Biocontrol of Wyoming Weeds: Implementation and Monitoring.”
  • Cotton, Scott, Caleb Carter, and Kellie Chichester: $1,000 from Farm Credit Services of America for “Strengthening Community AgroSecurity in Wyoming.”
  • Coupal, Roger, Kim Vincent, and Diane Wolverton: $5,040 from The Local Crowd, LLC for “Enhancing Rural Access to Capital through Development of a Local Crowdfunding Incubator.”
  • Crawford, Warren: $196,180 from Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs for “American Youth Leadership Program with Ghana: Enhancing Global Perspectives in Youth.”
  • Despain, Johnathan and Brittany Johnson: $22,264 from Kansas State University for “4-H Military Partnership.”
  • Edwards, Jeffrey: $16,000 from Wyoming Department of Agriculture (WDA) for “Pesticide Safety Education Program 2015-16.”
  • Ehmke, Cole, Justina Russell, Mae Lynn Smith, Caleb Carter, Ashley Garrelts, and Hanna Swanborn: $15,000 from Iowa State University for “Risk Management Education for Women in Agriculture in Wyoming 2016.”
  • Ernest, Holly: $24,070 from Wyoming Wild Sheep Foundation for “Wyoming Statewide Bighorn Sheep Population Genetics.”
  • Gigley, Jason: $229,147 from National Institutes of Health (NIH) for “Impact of Fc Glycosylation Profile on HIV-specific bNAb Functions.”
  • Guo, Wei: $140,000 from American Heart Association for “The Role of Posttranslational Modification of RBM20 in Regulating Titin Isoform Transition.”
  • Hansen, Kristiana, Virginia Paige, Roger Coupal, Melanie Purcell, Eric Peterson, Jen Lamb, Graham McGaffin, Anne MacKinnon, and Sara Brodnax: $18,750 from Environmental Defense Fund for “Implementing a Market-Based Conservation Exchange in Wyoming.”
  • Hewlett, John: $293,000 from USDA Risk Management Agency for “Risk Management Education Addressing Specialty and Organic Crop/Livestock Operations; Economic Analysis of Multi-temporal Risk Management Strategies; Risk Scenario Planning and Analysis; and Risk Management for Beginning, Retiring/Transitioning, and Other Farmers/Ranchers and Interested Individuals in Wyoming 2015-16.”
  • Horn, Blaine, John Scasta, Ryan Fieldgrove, and Barry Crago: $19,995 from WDA for “Comparing Cattle Nutritional Plane to Forage Quality to Determine Mineral Intake and Deficiencies.”
  • Jabbour, Randa: $7,280 from Utah State University for “Conservation Biological Control of Alfalfa Weevil in Wyoming.”
  • Kniss, Andrew: $5,600 from DuPont for “Weed Science Research Support.”
  • Lake, Scott, and Douglas Zalesky: $10,044 from ABS Global, Inc. for “Impact of PAP Score on Bull Performance and Feed Efficiency.”
  • Latchininsky, Alexandre: $16,000 from WDA for “Wyoming School Integrated Pest Management Program 2015-16.”
  • Murphy, Melanie: $6,000 from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for “Wyoming Toad Recovery Exempt.”
  • Nathanielsz, Peter: $73,710 from NIH for “Stable Isotope Evaluation of the Methionine Cycle in Undernourished Pregnancy.”
  • Scasta, John, and Jeffrey Beck: $120,000 from WDA for “Wild Horse Spatial Movement Patterns across the Public-Private Land Matrix, Rangeland Habitat Use, and Interactions with Wildlife and Livestock.”
  • Schell, Scott: $66,850 from USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture for “FY2015 Crop Protection and Pest Management Extension Implementation Area.”
  • Schumaker, Brant: $12,409 from Utah State University for “Increasing Sustainable Agriculture through Enhanced Diagnostics with Brucella Infection.”
  • Smith, Mae, and Brian Mealor: $20,000 from WDA for “Bighorn Targeted Goat Grazing.”
  • Sondgeroth, Kerry: $44,105 from USDA APHIS for “Determining Seroprevalence of Brucella ovis in U.S. Sheep Flocks.”
  • Sylvester, Anne, Cynthia Weinig, Michael Scanion, and Sarah Hake: $129,609 from National Science Foundation for “Collaborative Research: Ligule Development in the Proximal-Distal Axis of the Maize Lead.”
  • Tanaka, John, and Kristie Maczko: $70,000 from Bureau of Land Management for “Sustainable Rangelands Roundtable: A Formal Briefing on Usable Science for Sustainable Rangelands and a Rangeland Soil Health Session.”
  • Vaughan, Karen: $10,338 from California Polytechnic State University for “Quantification of Outcomes Generated Using Multi-Scale Geomorphic Classification Systems in Predictive and Update Modes of Digital Soil Mapping.”