Reports from Funded Research

Research States



  • Alabama1
  • Alaska2
  • Arizona3
  • Arkansas4
  • California5
  • Colorado6
  • Connecticut7
  • Delaware8
  • District of Columbia9
  • Florida10
  • Georgia11
  • Hawaii12
  • Idaho13
  • Illinois14
  • Indiana15
  • Iowa16
  • Kansas17
  • Kentucky18
  • Louisiana19
  • Maine20
  • Maryland21
  • Massachusetts22
  • Michigan23
  • Minnesota24
  • Mississippi25
  • Missouri26
  • Montana27
  • Nebraska28
  • Nevada29
  • New Hampshire30
  • New Jersey31
  • New Mexico32
  • New York33
  • North Carolina34
  • North Dakota35
  • Ohio36
  • Oklahoma37
  • Oregon38
  • Pennsylvania39
  • Rhode Island40
  • South Carolina41
  • South Dakota42
  • Tennessee43
  • Texas44
  • Utah45
  • Vermont46
  • Virginia47
  • Washington48
  • West Virginia49
  • Wisconsin50
  • Wyoming51

Research Years



  • 20172017
  • 20162016
  • 20152015
  • 20142014
  • 20132013
  • 20122012
  • 20112011
  • 20102010
  • 20092009
  • 20082008
  • 20072007
  • 20062006
  • 20052005
  • 20042004
  • 20032003
  • 20022002
  • 20012001

Research Topics



  • algae34
  • amphibians12
  • animals1
  • ants28
  • aquatic23
  • bees8
  • beetles9
  • birds15
  • branchiopods31
  • bryophytes39
  • crops30
  • cryptogam35
  • cyanobacteria32
  • earthworms37
  • fire18
  • fish16
  • fungi5
  • grazing19
  • green roofs36
  • herptiles13
  • human dimensions24
  • insects6
  • invertebrates3
  • land management17
  • leeches38
  • Lepidoptera10
  • lichens33
  • mammals14
  • odonates26
  • parasitoids 25
  • plants4
  • pollination29
  • prairie establishment22
  • propagation21
  • reptiles11
  • soil ecology27
  • spiders7
  • survey20
  • vertebrates2


Process and Values

We support basic field biological research on all taxa in U.S. prairies and savannas, but we are especially eager to support research on taxa for which funding is scarce, such as insects, fungi, reptiles, spiders, etc. We don't fund many bird projects, in part because there are generally more funds available for the study of birds.

How Can I Help?

Prairie Biotic Research, Inc. has benefitted from generous gifts of various foundations, and both non-profit and for-profit businesses. These are augmented by gifts from individuals concerned with our prairies. Indeed, we can only offer small grants with continued financial support. Please consider joining these enterprises as a donor to Prairie Biotic Research.