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Center for Public Interest Research $10,000 Support a dialogue between scientists, policy makers, the public and the media on the importance of addressing global warming. Work on a Climate Action Plan. N/A 2006 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $100,000 Support for the Watershed Protection and Restoration Training Institute to develop skills of citizen organizations, government employees and consulting firms related to watershed protection and restoration issues, including stormwater problems. N/A 2003 Chesapeake
Calvert County Department of Planning and Zoning $22,423 Support the targeted installation of nitrogen-removing septic systems in the Mill Creek Watershed. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $50,000 Support of the 2005 Stormwater Institute. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Caroline County Environmental Health $35,000 Support an on-the-ground physical survey of approximately 1530 improved properties utilizing on-site sewage disposal systems N/A 2008 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $50,000 Provide general operational support to a national organization, providing them the flexibility to respond to requests of technical assistance and training for local watershed organizations. N/A 2006 Chesapeake
Caroline County Health Department $35,000 Physically survey properties utilizing On-Site Sewage Disposal Systems within the critical areas of Caroline County. The condition of systems within the County is largely unknown, making it difficult to adequately manage and prioritize funding for upgrades. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $50,000 Provide general operational support to a national organization, providing them the flexibility to respond to requests of technical assistance and training for local watershed organizations. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Catticus Corporation $5,000 Support the completion of a one-hour documentary outlining the career and life-long goals of Bernie Fowler, former Maryland State Senator and a pioneer of the environmental movement in Maryland. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $50,000 Monitoring and determining illicit discharge sites, training local watershed groups to assist with this investigation, reporting findings to MDE and the Attorney General's office. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
CBF/NFWF/NRCS $24,000 For technical support for NRCS staff (Robert Whitescarver) engaged in pace setting work to enroll landowners in the Shenandoah Valley in the CREP program. N/A 2003 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $40,000 Respond to technical assistance requests by Chesapeake watershed organizations. The national Stormwater Institute in 2010 will take place in Virginia. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $50,000 Co-sponsorship of "Living Shorelines Initiative" to encourage local governments, watershed associations and other groups to promote natural shoreline restoration techniques. N/A 2004 Chesapeake
Center for Watershed Protection $20,000 Provide general operating funds to allow CWP flexibility in responding to technical assistance requests by local watershed organizations and local governments, particularly in the implementation of TMDL requirements. Capacity 2010 Chesapeake
Center for Agricultural Partnerships $24,000 Improve the delivery of technical assistance to farmers in the region, identify nutrient-reducing opportunities and organize field-based partnership programs. N/A 2006 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $10,000 Analysis and report of the cost effectiveness of nutrient and sediment reduction practices in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. N/A 2004 Chesapeake
Center for Progressive Reform Inc $43,000 Track development of a Chesapeake Bay Program accountability mechanism and prepare recommendations on reviving the Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts among the Program and its partners. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $50,000 Engage the agricultural community in the development of opportunities to expand funding for conservation programs on farms. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Center for Progressive Reform Inc $45,000 Convene CPR scholars with watershed management and Clean Water Act expertise to provide guidance on new directions for the Chesapeake Bay Program, such as recommendations for improving enforcement, clarifying the 2008 CAFO rule, and employing innovative approaches under the general permitting program and the Bay-wide TMDL. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $38,400 Support non-legislative efforts of their Agriculture Reform Project; support increased agricultural funding for the Chesapeake Bay region. N/A 2006 Chesapeake
Center for Progressive Reform Inc $51,000 Recommend policy tools that could strengthen the effectiveness and enforcement capabilities of the Bay-wide TMDL. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $47,200 Continue efforts to build a coordinated, region-wide voice on agriculture for the Chesapeake Bay region. CBC will do this by working with a variety of stakeholders to fine-tune the agricultural priorities and communicate these through fact sheets and reports, emphasizing funding gaps and opportunities. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Center for Progressive Reform Inc $45,000 Develop a scorecard to evaluate state Watershed Implementation Plans WIP 2010 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $15,000 Support the design and planning of a Cellulosic Biofuels Summit in the fall of 2008. The Chesapeake Executive Council agreed that this summit is necessary to evaluate the production of cellulosic biofuels in the Bay region. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Center for Progressive Reform Inc $35,000 Investigate current CAFO programs in Maryland and Pennsylvania to determine whether state Watershed Implementation Plans will accomplish the nutrient reductions they project for agriculture. WIP 2011 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $10,000 Support publication of the final Chesapeake Cellulosic Biofuels project's recommendations and actions report and advance the project's recommendations to the Chesapeake Executive Council. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $30,000 Support the Bay Commission's work to publish annual agendas highlighting Bay restoration opportunities and to further educate and engage federal decision-makers in Bay restoration activities. N/A 2008 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $30,000 Meet regularly with state and federal leaders and stakeholders to share information regarding reauthorization of the Chesapeake Bay Program within the context of Federal action under the developing Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load and Executive Order #13508. Political Will 2010 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $5,000 Support a rewrite of the 2001 Land Conservation Report, as the 2010 goal was met. The new report will examine tools, policies and incentives to expand conservation of lands, and will set a road map of land preservation in the Chesapeake watershed for the next 15 years. Nutrients 2010 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $7,000 Reconvene the Biofuels Advisory Panel to review state action plans and develop a regional cellulosic biofuels production goal that addresses marketing and facility development along with the best management practices necessary to ensure environmentally-sensitive feedstock production. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $9,000 Host a summit focused on manure to energy, identifying issues yet to be resolved and policies needed to facilitate technology-ready deployment. Agriculture 2011 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Commission $16,000 Review commitments made by the Federal agencies to implement the Bay Executive Order and recommend key remaining actions in the coming year that could be championed by Federal agencies to advance the Bay cleanup effort. Political Will 2011 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center $100,000 A challenge grant to further the Center's mission of forging consensus on Chesapeake and Coastal policy issues and serving as a demonstration site of innovative restoration activities. N/A 2003 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center $50,000 Year 5 of a 5-year challenge grant to build capacity within the organization. Their mission is to promote environmental stewardship at their 510-acre site, through education, restoration and conservation. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $3,000 Assist in the coordination of the Bay Funders Network. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $75,000 Continued partnership with CBT/NOAA/NFWF to issue Living Shoreline grants to watershed organizations, academia, homeowner associations, local governments, etc. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $100,000 Partnership with the Trust to provide capacity building grants to environmental organizations and Waterkeepers. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $2,500 Staff support for Bay Funders Network to explore development of an entity to enhance watershed organization capacity. N/A 2005 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $20,000 Expand the scope of the Chesapeake Bay Funders' Network to focus on growth and land-use through the addition of an expert on the topic. The goal is to educate the funders on the topic and possibly develop a partnership initiative. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Climate Action Network $20,000 Partner with Environmental Integrity Project to improve Maryland's environmental enforcement program, particularly related to power plant permitting and enforcement. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $20,000 Support the "Voices of the Chesapeake Bay" program in a year-long watershed wide journey to record stories of restoration. Local interviews will help spread the word of efforts and the need to take action. The focus is to elevate the Bay stewardship commitment by making stories personal. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Climate Action Network $50,000 Raise the visibility of Virginia's renewable energy potential and cultivate grassroots support for a transition to clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency. N/A 2009 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $100,000 Support the Chesapeake Bay Funders' Network Agricultural Collaboration. Pilot projects will be designed to be transferable, and will address building networks of community partnerships, advancing market-based approaches to managing animal waste, and enhancing assistance to farmers for innovative conservation practices. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Climate Action Network $50,000 Support for clean energy campaigns in Maryland and Virginia. Advocate for development of a comprehensive MD state energy plan to implement recently adopted state climate policies. Prevent construction of a proposed 1500MW coal fired power plant in VA while promoting state energy efficiency measures that would make this new plant unnecessary. Political Will 2010 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $200,000 Support the Chesapeake Bay Funders' Network Capacity Building Initiative. The program works to strengthen the capacity of individual watershed organizations, thereby enhancing the role of the entire environmental nonprofit community. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Climate Action Network $50,000 Support efforts to prohibit permitting of natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale region of western Maryland until certain environmental criteria and safeguards are met. Nutrients, Political Will 2011 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $75,000 Support the continued partnership with CBT, NOAA and NFWF to provide grants for living shoreline projects throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Legal Alliance $25,000 A network of lawyers and legal professionals who provide free legal services to individuals, environmental organizations, and citizens groups working to improve the Chesapeake Bay. Political Will 2010 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay Trust $5,000 Support their annual "Treasure the Chesapeake" event. N/A 2007 Chesapeake
Chesapeake Legal Alliance $25,000 Continue to support the development of a network of lawyers and legal professionals who can provide free legal services to individuals, environmental organizations, and citizen groups working to improve the Chesapeake Bay. Non-traditional Allies, Political Will 2011 Chesapeake