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National League of Conservation Voters Education Fund $90,000 Support the Chesapeake Environmental Leadership Institute N/A 2006 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $82,000 General operational support with interest noted in clean air related activities in Maryland and in Virginia , and future national coalition building activities. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $100,000 General operational support with interest noted in clean air related activities in Maryland and in Virginia, and future national coalition building activities. N/A 2006 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $100,000 Continue support of their "Clean Air for Parks, People and the Chesapeake Bay"campaign, educating the media, decision makers and advocates on the need and benefits of healthy air. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $100,000 Support NPCA's air quality advocacy work in Maryland and Virginia, seeking to establish and ensure enforcement of modern pollution control standards on all power plants, while informing and empowering citizens to be effective advocates. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $100,000 Participate, and engage local communities, in power plant permitting decisions and reviews. Expand upon the Virginians for Healthy Air network to engage businesses in advocacy for clean air and climate health. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $85,000 Advocacy for air quality and climate change efforts at the Federal level and in Virginia. Federal clean air laws and policies provide special protections for national parks, and can be leveraged to benefit a much broader region. Establish, and ensure enforcement of, state and federal policies to reduce emissions from power plants. Advocacy 2010 Chesapeake
National Parks Conservation Association $25,000 Provide professional strategic and tactical support to the America's Great Waters and the Choose Clean Water coalitions. Increase national attention to environmental issues associated with Chesapeake Bay and other major water bodies across the country. Advocacy 2010 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $26,580 Conduct outreach activities and prepare a report of the costs and benefits of Md. power plant upgrades. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $60,000 Develop and disseminate a report on the effects of global warming to the fish and wildlife of the Chesapeake region, including a list of recommended solutions. Engage networks of sportsmen and wildlife-oriented groups. N/A 2006 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $100,000 Support the establishment of a new Chesapeake Bay Mid-Atlantic office with a full-time Director and staff. This will expand NWF's role to focus on regional efforts. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $50,000 Support a Pennsylvania focused communications strategy of the Chesapeake-wide "Choose Clean Water" coalition, to expand membership and awareness of the coalition. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $150,000 Support for the recently-formed Mid-Atlantic NWF office, focusing on the conservation needs of the Chesapeake Bay region. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $200,000 The "Choose Clean Water" Coalition works towards a restored and protected Bay through federal advocacy and accountability, and action at the state and local levels. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $2,500 Assist the Choose Clean Water Coalition in preparing comments on the state Watershed Implementation Plans WIP 2010 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $200,000 Continue support of the Choose Clean Water Coalition, raising the visibility of the Chesapeake region at the national level, while engaging local organizations and citizens to participate in a federal voice. Advocacy 2010 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $25,000 Develop a communications campaign aimed at securing support for stronger Bay water quality protections by helping land owners in the six Bay watershed states make the link between pollution in the Bay and the waterways in their own back yards and neighborhoods. Communications 2010 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $72,500 Support strong stormwater inclusion and implementation in the state Watershed Implementation Plans, and push for a Chesapeake Bay provision in EPA stormwater rule-making. Stormwater, WIP 2010 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $150,000 Support work to develop a sportsmen coalition to build a sustainable network of hunter and angler advocates. Advocacy 2010 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $250,000 Support the Choose Clean Water Coalitions operations and regrant program. Regrants will be directed to state lead work on Watershed Implementation Plans. WIP 2011 Chesapeake
National Wildlife Federation $140,000 Support the NWF Mid-Atlantic Office. This office leaders the Choose Clean Water Coalition and works to engage a diverse community of hunters and anglers into the conservation and policy communities. Capacity 2011 Chesapeake
Natural Resources Solutions, LLC $23,000 Complete the Chesapeake Bay Manure Management Project. The goal of the project is to help stimulate new markets for, and accelerate investment in, innovative technologies that create marketable products from poultry and dairy manure. Agriculture 2010 Chesapeake
Natural Resources Solutions, LLC $20,000 Secure support for actions that could lead to wider adoption of technologies that convert poultry litter and dairy manure to energy and other byproducts. Agriculture 2011 Chesapeake
Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc $40,000 Work on strengthening stormwater standards in the Patuxent River watershed, while also targeting larger pollution sources through compliance action. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc $40,000 Comprehensively address and minimize municipal stormwater pollution in Maryland, with a focus on the Patuxent River. N/A 2009 Chesapeake