tiles, Shrine of Baha-ud-Din Zakaria, Multan, Pakistan 3 March 2007,
photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram
Except where indicated, all funding obtained was as the primary investigator. Institutional applications made by Ingram on behalf of a research group that included him are indicated with this symbol: ^^^
2014 A la recherche de certaines récoltes presque perdu: Decolonising permaculture: The greatest adversity comes from forgetting (castle & ingram), for Utopiana artist centre, Geneva as part of their series, Nature, adversity, etc., Utopiana artist centre (City of Geneva). CDN$6,000.
2013 Research on the West Coast of Canada and lecture development for a series and conference at The University of Toronto on Decolonial Aesthetics, Canada Council for the Arts and the University of Toronto. CDN$3,000.
2010 Research and production for the project, Produce Produce at the Arnica Artist-run Centre, Kamloops, British Columbia. CDN$2,000.
2007 Initial development a biodiversity conservation centre in cooperation between George Mason University, Virginia, and the Smithsonian Institution as coordinated by that university’s Department of Environmental Science and Policy. ^^^ US$300,000.
2006 Research fund for expanded field research and overseas teaching in Islamic, Arabic language, and Middle East Studies at George Mason University.^^^ US$250,000.
2005 – 2007 Field studies in Pakistan in cultural landscapes and environmental conservation, George Mason University. US$50,000.
2004 – 2005 Research and lecture development as well as presentations in United Arab Emirates and Oman on new approaches to conservation and restoration of heritage landscapes and neighbourhoods as contemporary site-based cultural production. CDN$2,000.
2003 – 2005 Research on public open space and urban public sites in the Gulf countries of the Middle East, Institute of Urban and Regional Planning and Design, American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, Local government of Sharjah. ^^^ US$30,000.
2002 – 2003 Lecture series at the Quaid College and urban public space and public art design charette, Lahore, Pakistan, Canada Council for the Arts. CDN$2,000.
1999 – 2001 Travel and field research block grant for Pakistan, Bangladesh, and southern China, International Institute for Aerospace Survey & Earth Sciences (ITC), University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs. US$60,000.
1999 Creation / Production Grant in Architecture for designs & writing in landscape architecture & public art, Canada Council for the Arts. CDN$15,000.
1998 Travel Grant in urban design and landscape architecture criticism research in Venice and Rotterdam. Canada Council for the Arts. CDN$1,000.
1998 Archive development and archive-based research on landscape architecture and environmental design projects and respective designers, University of California Berkeley College of Environmental Design, Beatrix Jones Farrand Fund. ^^^ US$30,000.
1998 Grant from Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for the writing of article and book manuscripts on public art and critical social theory. US$5,000.
1997 Critics and Curators Travel Grant for conference speaking and research on landscape aesthetics and ecologically oriented public art – Toronto and Los Angeles, Canada Council for the Arts CDN$1,122.
1995 Explorations Program Grant for completion of anthology, Queers in Space: Communities | Public Places | Sites of Resistance and development of a curatorial concept and framework for a series of exhibitions of descriptions and new designs for public space, Canada Council for the Arts. CDN$14,400.
1995 Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation – (application as Karen Vagelatos and Ingram): Native plants for residential landscapes: Design and management guidelines for southwestern British Columbia. CDN$20,000.
1994 Residence Abroad in Architecture Program for Development of photoessay, dall oscurita all oscurita: The ecology of imagery, ideology, and public open space in Rome. CDN$10,000.
1993 Canada-Southeast Asia Policy Paper Grant: Implications of the Convention on Biological Diversity for institutional development in Indonesia and Malaysia, Canada-Asean Centre (University of Toronto – York University) . CDN$10,000.
1992 Designs for biodiversity conservation geographic information systems for nature reserves with remaining subtropical and tropical forest in China, International Development Research Centre (IDRC of Canada). CDN$10,620.
1992 Geographic information systems for biosphere reserves in subtropical China, International Development Research Centre (IDRC of Canada). CDN$11,000.
1992 Biodiversity and GIS of Eastern Islands (Indonesia) Project, Province of British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology. CDN$5,000.
1991 Tofino Creek Biodiversity Study, Clayoquot Sound (on the west coast of Vancouver Island), British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Lands. CDN$7,170.
1991 Exhibition support for the photoessay, “Gardens of Despair: Tuareg responses to desertification, Aïr Mountains, Niger” at the Royal Institute of British Architects, London, Government of Canada Ministry of Foreign Affairs. CDN$500.
1989 British Columbia Scholars in China Grant, for ecological monitoring in biosphere reserves with humid forest, Province of British Columbia. CDN$2,000.
1989 New Faculty Equipment Grant, University of British Columbia. CDN$4,400.
1989 University of British Columbia Block Grant, for monitoring local biological diversity and plant genetic resources for environmental planning and land management, Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada. CDN$20,000.
1990 The role of women in village fuel wood planting and management in eastern Kenya (and the impacts of the AIDS pandemic on woodland management) for UBC doctoral student Theresa Aloo, Canadian International Development Agency. CDN$3,000.
1990 Environmental Management Development in Indonesia Project of Dalhousie University and funded by the Canadian International Development Agency for surveying communities and environments of the islands of eastern Indonesia including support for the UBC Landscape Ecology GIS Laboratory and Dalhousie University. ^^^ CDN$180,000.
1988 Community and institutional assessments and related conservation planning research on Fergusson Island, D’Entrecasteaux Archipelago, Papua, New Guinea, World Wildlife Fund – Australia. USA$5,000.
1988 Conservation biology research on islands in Papua, New Guinea and Indonesia, Graduate Dean’s Research Grant, University of California Berkeley US$5,000.
1986 Landscape and cultural surveys on Pacific and Indian Ocean islands with indigenous community initiatives for conservation of rainforest. World Wildlife Fund, Gland, Switzerland. US$2,000.
1986 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel – northern Cameroon field work, Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). ^^^ US$20,000.
1986 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in west Sumatra, Indonesia with a focus on wild citrus, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$25,000.
1986 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Aïr Mountains, northern Niger, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$25,000.
1985 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Aïr Mountains, northern Niger, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$20,000.
1985 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Burkina Faso and central and northern Mali, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$25,000.
1984 Environmental, community, agricultural, ethnobotanical and ecogeographical surveys of crop and forage genetic resources in the Sahel, Aïr Mountains, northern Niger, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$15,000.
1984 Environmental, community, ecogeographical and ethnobotanical surveys of arid tree, Prosopis species in southern Yemen, the former People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen, CGIAR and FAO. ^^^ US$15,000.
1981 Project Cost Grant, Visual Arts, Canada Council to document my experiences as a Metis guide working in the Spatsizi and Edziza wilderness areas and cultural landscapes of north-western British Columbia. CDN$5,000.