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Virginia League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $40,000 Protect ground and surface waters and other natural resources of Virginia Advocacy, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
Virginia Organizing, Inc $10,000 Expand community organizing to address societal problems while building organizational and community leadership. VO Advocacy, Non-traditional Allies, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
YWCA Annapolis and Anne Arundel County $5,000 Support the organization's annual fundraiser, Disco Magic, which raises necessary funds to further the mission of the YWCA around domestic violence and sexual assault crisis response. N/A 2014 Chesapeake
West Rhode Riverkeeper $65,000 Coordinate the advancement of Waterkeepers Chesapeake's advocacy priorities, while building the reach and collective organizational capacity. Advocacy, Agriculture, Keepers, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc. $2,500 The Taste of the Chesapeake is an annual celebration and recognition of Bay environmental leaders, programs and progress. Advocacy, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Blue Water Baltimore, Inc. $70,000 Ensure Baltimore stormwater laws and regulations are transparent and directly affect water quality improvements; hire a community organizer to assist with grassroots organizing; and build new partnerships advocating for clean water. Advocacy, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Stormwater Network, Inc. $23,000 Improve implementation of stormwater practices by expanding and training the network of 5,000+ stormwater professionals; translating the available science; understanding the regulatory landscape, and advocating for change. Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future $75,000 Conduct advocacy on water policy issues affecting the Bay watershed, and combine that advocacy with legal work around threats to water quality in the Susquehanna River watershed. Monitor and hold Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) accountable for implementing and achieving its TMDL requirements. Advocacy, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Clean Water Fund $25,000 Educate Northern Virginia decision makers and citizens on local water issues of concern: drinking water protection; Bay tributary protection; and sustainable growth. Conduct Get Out The Vote partisan activities in this area. Advocacy, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
Environmental Integrity Project $76,000 Improve Clean Water Act (CWA) enforcement in the Chesapeake Bay watershed by identifying, publicizing, and pursuing the region Advocacy, Agriculture 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Media Services Inc $75,000 General support for in-depth environmental reporting and commentary that reaches approximately 4 million people each month through a suite of products and services that includes the Chesapeake Bay Journal, Chesapeake Bay Journeys, Bay Journal News Service, and the Midday on the Bay radio program with WYPR. Communications 2014 Chesapeake
Conservation Pennsylvania $81,000 Educate and engage under-represented and unlikely voters. Build relationships with these voters through multiple media in order to: 1) educate them about environmental issues facing Pennsylvania; 2) transform them into engaged conservation advocates, and 3) ensure that they become regular participants in state and local elections. Advocacy, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
  $55,000 Advocate for adoption, implementation, and enforcement of strong clean air and water protections to benefit the Chesapeake region. Expand and diversify constituencies, and educate them about the connections between a clean environment and a healthy economy. Mobilize these constituencies to advocate for positive policy decisions. Advocacy 2014 Chesapeake
Trout Unlimited $30,000 Ensure conservation of the Chesapeake Bay watershed Fisheries, Non-traditional Allies 2014 Chesapeake
University System of Maryland Foundation Inc $20,000 Provide general operating support to the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Studies (UMCES), Maryland's premier research institution aimed at advancing scientific knowledge of the environment. Agriculture 2014 Chesapeake
Valley Conservation Council Inc $15,000 Promote land use that sustains the farms, forests, open spaces and cultural heritage of the Shenandoah Valley, while protecting water quality. The focus will be on expanding conservation practices and land use policies that encourage a green infrastructure planning approach. Land Use, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
Wetlands Watch, Inc. $50,000 Develop educational materials and advocacy training to drive local land use decisions to protect natural resources. Use a collective impact approach to engage with nontraditional partners, particularly emergency and flood plain managers. Accountability, Land Use, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
1000 Friends of Maryland, Inc $35,000 Develop policy solutions, educate decision makers and the public, and build strong coalitions to advance a suite of proposals for cleaner water and sustainable growth. Research and message around the economic benefits of smarter growth for communities, counties and residents. Ensure that local governments implement the Sustainable Growth Act and the stormwater utility fee so real improvements in water quality are realized. Advocacy, Political Will, Water Quality 2014 Chesapeake
Anne Arundel County Watershed Stewards Academy, Inc. $25,000 Build capacity of Anne Arundel County residents to reduce pollutants entering local waterways via stormwater. Certified Master Watershed Stewards consult with Support Professionals on the design and development of restoration projects. Advocacy, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc. $60,000 Work to inspire new behavior in people of faith and to build advocacy and action within the faith community in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. The initiative will focus on protecting the Bay through education, worship, activities on congregational grounds including the Advocacy, Non-traditional Allies 2014 Chesapeake
American Rivers $30,000 Utilize a media consultant to increase existing communication efforts of the Water Working group, developing specific messaging materials on the intent of the Clean Water Rule and correcting misperceptions. Communications, Water Quality 2014 Chesapeake
Anacostia Watershed Society, Inc $30,000 Work locally and statewide to reduce the substantial stormwater inputs into the Anacostia River by pushing for stronger permits, innovative financing, and engagement by the diverse Anacostia communities. Advocacy, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Environment America Research & Policy Center Inc $45,000 Lead a collaborative national campaign with major environmental and sportsmen groups to protect more than 50,000 miles of streams and thousands of acres of wetlands in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Work to achieve a strong Advocacy, Political Will, Water Quality 2014 Chesapeake
Center for Progressive Reform Inc $30,000 Collect and analyze farmer reported data on nutrient management and manure transport at Animal Feeding Operations (AFOs) on Maryland Agriculture 2014 Chesapeake
Friends of the Rappahannock, Inc. $25,000 Continue working locally on pollution reductions while expanding downstream advocacy efforts to raise awareness and growing a grassroots voice to ensure representational standing throughout the watershed. Advocacy, Capacity, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Conservancy Inc. $60,000 Expand and diversify the Conservancy Communications 2014 Chesapeake
James River Association $15,000 The Healthy Rivers Initiative is a partnership between JRA, the Potomac Conservancy and Friends of the Rappahannock. With others, they advocate for adequate water quality funding to implement Virginia Advocacy, Political Will, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Common Cause Education Fund $25,000 "Open Access to Data in Maryland" will push for reform to public access to public data. This enables transparency and accountability in government decisions _ and the implementation of those decisions. Advocacy, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
Institutes for Journalism & Natural Resources $15,000 Conduct a 5-day learning expedition for natural resource journalists. The field-based excursion will focus on the Chesapeake Bay watershed and will introduce critical environmental issues in the region. The journalists will in turn produce well-researched stories that will help educate readers about these critical issues. Communications 2014 Chesapeake
James River Association $50,000 At the local level, develop a new Advocacy, Stormwater, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Lancaster County Conservancy $20,000 Through the Urban Greening program, continue to work with the City of Lancaster in developing an outreach strategy coinciding with implementation of a new stormwater fee, shaping programs that reach lower income populations. Accountability, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Smart Growth America $10,000 Recruit additional members to the Maryland Chapter of Smart Growth America Land Use, Political Will, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Virginia Conservation Network $30,000 Virginia Conservation Network (VCN) will continue to seek to increase the role of its network partners in fostering civic engagement among conservationists statewide. By ensuring citizens have the basic knowledge and tools needed to exercise civic rights, network partners will be able to expand impact and power within their communities Advocacy 2014 Chesapeake
Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $1,500 The Maryland Director of the Choose Clean Water Coalition will participate in the 2014 Chesapeake Regional Network class of the Environmental Leadership Program, focusing on diversity and cross cultural communications. Capacity 2014 Chesapeake
Maryland Sportmens Foundation $10,000 Build an organization that can bring Maryland Advocacy 2014 Chesapeake
Anacostia Riverkeeper, Inc. $20,000 Advocate to protect and restore the Anacostia River for all who live, work and play in the watershed, and to advocate for a clean, healthy river for all its communities. Advocacy, Keepers, Nutrients, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Assateague Coastal Trust Inc $29,000 Support the Assateague Coastkeeper program and their work in protecting the health, productivity and sustainability of the coastal bays watershed of Delmarva through advocacy, education and conservation. Advocacy, Agriculture, Keepers, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
Blue Water Baltimore, Inc. $32,000 The Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper uses community based restoration, education and advocacy to achieve clean water in the Baltimore region.   Advocacy, Keepers, Nutrients, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Chester River Association $30,000 The Chester Riverkeeper works with farmers, homeowners and local governments to promote watershed implementation plan efforts contributing to the health of the Chester River.  Keepers, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $5,000 Define issues related to livestock stream exclusion and its importance for animal health, farm productivity, water quality and aquatic life.  Analyze each Bay state's policies (VA, MD & PA) and document efforts related to: Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP) goals; implementation effectiveness; practice tracking and reporting; and supporting laws and incentives.  Communications 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Rivers Association $20,000 Support the Severn Riverkeeper program whose mission is to protect and restore the Severn River, through litigation, restoration, engagement and monitoring of results.  Keepers, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
James River Association $30,000 The Upper James Riverkeeper is the advocate for the upper (non-tidal) James River and its tributaries.  The Riverkeeper is assisted by citizen volunteers who monitor the waterways to identify and report threats to the water quality. Keepers, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy, Inc. $40,000 Support the Choptank Riverkeeper and the work to build support for policy initiatives including lawn fertilizer reduction, smart growth, septic system reduction, and widespread adoption of agricultural pollution-reducing technologies. Advocacy, Agriculture, Keepers 2014 Chesapeake
Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $12,000 The Citizens Campaign for the Environment will conduct a strategic planning to address challenges and opportunities to better position the overall environmental movement in Maryland, strengthening internal procedures and external outcomes.  Advocacy, Political Will 2014 Chesapeake
University System of Maryland Foundation Inc $10,000 Support a forum on Environmental Justice; bring a much needed focus to the nexus between water quality, environmental impacts, and community and public health.  Non-traditional Allies 2014 Chesapeake
University System of Maryland Foundation Inc $9,000 As coordinator of the Chesapeake Bay Funder Network Agriculture Workgroup, strengthen the economic sustainability of the Chesapeake Bay farming community while simultaneously addressing nutrient run-off from farming, particularly related to manure, that threatens the Chesapeake Bay and its local tributaries.  Agriculture, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, Inc $25,000 A Water  Wheel trash interceptor that uses solar power and hydro-power to collect and remove trash and debris from the Jones Falls in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Non-traditional Allies, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Alice Ferguson Foundation, Inc $15,000 Trash Free Maryland Alliance is a network of organizations and businesses focused on reducing trash pollution by coordinating and informing groups around a common policy agenda.   Advocacy, Non-traditional Allies 2014 Chesapeake
Alice Ferguson Foundation, Inc $5,000 Support Prince George’s Green in their efforts to expand the green workforce and green business development in Prince George’s County, MD.  Green Career Workshops will provide necessary skills training and potential employer matches.  Advocacy, Stormwater, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Anacostia Watershed Stewards $20,000 Recruit stewards from diverse backgrounds and neighborhoods, thereby increasing public awareness of watershed protection issues in many communities throughout the Capital region.  Advocacy, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc. $84,300 Manage and provide coordination, leadership, strategic and administrative support for the Maryland Clean Agriculture Coalition (MCAC). Improve Maryland waterways and protect public health by reducing pollution, and increasing transparency and accountability, from agriculture.  A key element of the coalition’s work is to drive reductions in the land application of manure in the Chesapeake watershed. Accountability, Agriculture, Communications 2014 Chesapeake
Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc. $33,150 Development and implementation of the Phosphorus Management Tool (PMT) andthe implementation of the new CBP verification standards for agriculture Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture 2014 Chesapeake
Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy, Inc. $40,000 The Miles/ Wye Riverkeeper serves as an advocate for the Miles and Wye Rivers and Eastern Bay of Maryland’s Eastern Shore.  Advocacy, Keepers 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Conservation Landscaping Council $25,000 Create a certification program and therefore a standardized workforce of trained landscaping professionals with the skills and expertise to design, install, and maintain small-scale landscaping practices for efficient pollution removal. Stormwater, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Potomac Conservancy $25,000 Assist West Virginia in meeting its WIP goal and protect the South Branch of the Potomac in the eastern West Virginia panhandle by acquiring a 1,700 acre parcel of land known as White Horse Mountain.   Land Use, Nutrients, Pollution, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future $25,000 Protect the Loyalsock State Forest from an imminent threat of unconventional gas development activities by preventing Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) from entering into a Surface Disturbance Management Agreement (SDMA) with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation and other third parties. Advocacy, Land Use, Nutrients, Water Quality, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
Potomac Riverkeeper, Inc. $43,000 The Potomac Riverkeeper program will (1) continually assess, identify and prioritize major threats; and (2) seek polluter compliance, promote regulatory and legal reform, and improve government accountability. Advocacy, Keepers, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
Potomac Riverkeeper, Inc. $33,000 Assess and identify major threats to the Shenandoah River, and maximize pollution reduction by seeking polluter compliance, promoting strong policy, and improving government accountability.   Agriculture, Keepers, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
Sassafras River Association $29,000 The Sassafras Riverkeeper uses advocacy, community outreach and partnerships with local governments to implement on-the-ground restoration projects and adequate policies to protect and preserve the Sassafras River.  Advocacy, Keepers, Nutrients 2014 Chesapeake
South River Federation Inc $40,000 Support the South Riverkeeper and the work of collecting high quality monitoring data and holding Anne Arundel County and the State of Maryland accountable with implementation and enforcement of existing policies.    Advocacy, Keepers, Nutrients, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Oyster Recovery Partnership $5,000 Support the repopulation of sanctuary oyster reefs in the Little Choptank River. Enable ORP to produce and plant spat on shell, recycle the necessary shell to support the restoration effort and to assist with public outreach activities. Fisheries 2014 Chesapeake
Queen Anne's Conservation Association $10,000 Pilot an electronic system of gathering signatures in citizens-driven referendum efforts. Advocacy, Capacity 2014 Chesapeake
Schrauth Consulting, LLC $8,000 Support coordination of a stormwater community of funders in the Chesapeake Bay.  Advocacy, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Sierra Club Foundation $50,000 Support strong implementation of Maryland stormwater policies that reduce polluted runoff  and draw connections between local water quality work and broader efforts to heal the Bay.  Address the negative impacts of agricultural pollution on Maryland’s waterways. Advocacy, Agriculture, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Sustainable Chesapeake, Inc. $72,550 Provide project management for the USDA Conservation Innovation Grant to the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network.  Accelerate deployment of manure to energy technologies and other options that provide alternatives to land application and reduce nutrient pollution from animal agriculture production.  Agriculture 2014 Chesapeake
Virginia Conservation Network $8,500 Support the tuition for participation in the Institute for Conservation Leadership’s Executive Director Leadership Program.   Capacity 2014 Chesapeake
Virginia Institute of Marine Science Foundation $10,000 Support the VIMS SAV program to monitor SAV beds annually baywide and restore eelgrass to areas that can now support these plants.  Seagrass  (SAV) beds are important habitats in the Chesapeake Bay region that provide a variety of ecosystem services such as habitat, protection, nursery areas, and other functions for economically valuable fishery species.  The emphasis for the last decade has been successful restoration of eelgrass to the Virginia coastal bays and the bay scallops that were once abundant in these bays back in the 1930s. Advocacy, Fisheries 2014 Chesapeake
West Rhode Riverkeeper $8,500 Support the tuition to participate in the Institute for Conservation Leadership’s Executive Director Leadership Program.  Capacity 2014 Chesapeake
Conservation Strategies, LLC $60,000 Organize a regional civic engagement strategy; work with other national water funders to get endorsement of the EPA Clean Water Rule; support the new leadership of the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network and help facilitate a mid-point assessment workshop for funders and key advocates.  Advocacy, WIP 2015 Chesapeake
Environmental Grantmakers Association $5,000 EGA hosts a Federal Policy Briefing every other year to allow environmental funders to strategize, coordinate, and reflect on the most recent election cycle. The next Federal Policy Briefing will be held in Washington, DC on February 24-25, 2015.  Advocacy, Political Will 2015 Chesapeake
James River Association $15,000 The Lower James Riverkeeper is a full-time advocate for the Lower James watershed.  The Riverkeeper patrols the river, monitors the health of the river and its species, responds to pollution reports and develops strategies to address threats.  Advocacy, Fisheries, Keepers 2015 Chesapeake
River Network $3,000 Provide scholarships to help Chesapeake Bay watershed leaders participate in River Rally 2015 in Santa Ana Pueblo, NM.  The event will bring together several hundred river leaders, staff and board members for learning and network opportunities. Capacity, Political Will 2015 Chesapeake
The Funders Network $10,000 Support the National Stormwater Funders’ Group.  The group focuses on joint learning and collaborative work among funders interested in stormwater management and green infrastructure.  Advocacy, Stormwater 2014 Chesapeake
Water Stewardship, Inc. $60,000 Strengthen private and public sector efforts to reduce agricultural nutrient and sediment pollution. Provide confidential support to improve on-farm compliance and BMP implementation through a continuous improvement program. Agriculture 2015 Chesapeake
Environmental Grantmakers Association $3,000 Help launch The Blue Sky Funders Forum, a national hub for funders to learn, connect, and grow philanthropy for environmental education. Advocacy, Political Will, Water Quality, WIP 2014 Chesapeake
The Hatcher Group, Inc. $75,000 Educate Maryland policymakers and the media about risks posed by farm pollution and the need for tighter regulations and enforcement, through effective messaging, media outreach, strategic advice and implementation of smart communication strategies by state environmental groups.   Help environmental groups become more collaborative, strategic and sophisticated in their public outreach around a long-term, unified effort to reduce farm pollution.  Agriculture, Communications 2015 Chesapeake
National Environmental Education Foundation $20,000 Strengthen coverage of weather, climate and environmental information in Spanish-language media by providing science based and actionable information through media stakeholders they trust in the DC metro area.  Communications 2014 Chesapeake
Association Of Baltimore Area Grantmakers Inc $3,000 The Green Funders Affinity Group creates a forum for ABAG environmental funders to increase member awareness of pressing issues and promising work in the fields of environment, sustainability and community greening.   Non-traditional Allies 2015 Chesapeake
Piedmont Environmental Council $25,000 Build local partnerships to increase civic participation on projects leading to stronger stormwater protection, improved local water quality, and better environmental outcomes in Fairfax County, VA and Montgomery County, MD.  Advocacy 2014 Chesapeake
Responsible Drilling Alliance $5,000 Provide strategic guidance and communications support to the Save the Loyalsock Coalition (www.saveloyalsock.com), a coalition comprised of 23 non-profit organizations. The Coalition was formed to protect an area in Pennsylvania known as the Clarence Moore lands of the Loyalsock State Forest from natural gas development. Communications 2014 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Climate Action Network $55,000 Develop “best practices” for Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling in order to avoid the environmental impacts already witnessed in neighboring states.  Advocate for a multi-year moratorium that will allow more time to review New York’s recent findings and assess Maryland’s unique threats.  Advocacy, Pollution, Water Quality 2015 Chesapeake
Clean Water Fund $75,000 Build grassroots support in Baltimore to provide oversight in the implementation of stormwater funds, and push for City and statewide protection of Environmental Justice communities.  Advocacy, Stormwater 2015 Chesapeake
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy Inc $65,000 Defend and advance the regulatory framework essential to protecting Chesapeake Bay.  Achieve pollution reduction in the mid- and upper- Eastern Shore MD counties.  Build new networks supporting a new generation of local Bay leaders. Land Use, WIP 2015 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $60,000 Provide cost effective web mapping, computer programming, and data acquisition/management services to small watershed organizations, foundations, and government agencies.  Provide tools and services to facilitate information transparency, open-data, public engagement, and conservation policy decisions. Advocacy, Agriculture, Communications 2015 Chesapeake
Potomac Conservancy $100,000 Protecting the largest remaining tract of undeveloped forest in the main stem of the South Branch of the Potomac.  Protection of this land will connect critical land and help secure source water for Washington, D.C. Land Use 2015 Chesapeake
West Rhode Riverkeeper $45,000 The Riverkeeper serves as the eyes, ears and voice for the West and Rhode Rivers, using grassroots efforts, advocacy and legal action to protect communities from harmful pollution.   Advocacy, Keepers, Nutrients 2015 Chesapeake
Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc. $10,000 Lead, support and inspire local action, foster stewardship and build partnerships to restore and protect the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. Implement a development and communications strategy to amplify Alliance visibility and grow engagement and partnerships with a diverse set of communities in all six Bay states.  Advocacy 2015 Chesapeake
Coastal Conservation Association of Maryland $40,000 Organize anglers around best available science and sound policy to ensure stable and abundant fish populations in the Chesapeake Bay waters.  Advocacy, Fisheries, Non-traditional Allies 2015 Chesapeake
Gunpowder Riverkeeper, Inc. $40,000 Serve as an advocate for the Gunpowder River watershed and its communities, working to stop pollution and champion regulatory reform by using baseline monitoring, outreach, advocacy and litigation. Advocacy, Fisheries, Keepers 2015 Chesapeake
Natural Resources Solutions, LLC $16,000 Help grain and chicken grower and poultry integrator leaders step up and provide catalytic leadership in implementing recommendations from the Chesapeake Bay Land and Litter Project, Phase 1. Agriculture 2015 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $135,000 The NWF Mid-Atlantic Regional Office educates and activates hundreds of thousands of their members who have a connection within the Chesapeake watershed.   Advocacy, Non-traditional Allies 2015 Chesapeake
Potomac Riverkeeper, Inc. $40,000 Conduct a multi-year campaign to address the excessive growths of algae which seriously impair streams feeding the Shenandoah.   Advocacy, Agriculture 2015 Chesapeake
Virginia Eastern Shorekeeper, Inc. $35,000 Protect and enhance the coastal waters of Virginia's Eastern Shore through education, advocacy, enforcement, and litigation.  Advocacy, Keepers 2015 Chesapeake
YWCA Annapolis and Anne Arundel County $1,500 Honor a woman working in the environmental field in Anne Arundel County, through the YWCA’s Tribute to Women and Industry award program. N/A 2015 Chesapeake
Association Of Baltimore Area Grantmakers Inc $25,000 The Maryland Environmental Health Network works to achieve environmental protections that are evidence-based; create safe and healthy communities; and connect health professionals and environmental advocates.  Advocacy 2015 Chesapeake
Blue Water Baltimore, Inc. $8,000 Develop and implement a Maryland communications campaign that puts stormwater in the lens of job creation, programs at work, and the reality of federal mandates, community enhancement, flood reduction and water quality benefits.  Communications, Stormwater 2015 Chesapeake
Watsonville Wetlands Watch $10,000 Watsonville Wetlands Watch will work to improve water quality by addressing areas of high impairment by providing technical assistance for water-quality improvement and habitat-restoration practices to local property owners and businesses and outreach programs. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Communications, Fisheries, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2015 Chesapeake
Alice Ferguson Foundation, Inc $10,000 Through the Trash Free Potomac Watershed Initiative, reduce the amount of litter in the watershed by utilizing a framework of regulation, policy, enforcement, public education, and building a diverse network of partners. Non-traditional Allies, Stormwater 2015 Chesapeake
Aqua Terra Science LLC $15,000 Monitor, review, analyze and report on key activities and decisions made by Bay Program workgroups, committees and expert panels related to agriculture Agriculture, Nutrients 2015 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $45,000 Develop and pilot a Clean Water Training Program in stormwater by collaborating with community workforce development organizations to provide job training and placement to underemployed and unemployed individuals. Accountability, Advocacy, Stormwater 2015 Chesapeake