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Appalachian Voices $25,000 Build and leverage a nationwide movement to end mountaintop removal coal mining by developing online tools, unique networks and non-traditional partnerships, and pursuing legal action. N/A 2011 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $10,000 The Festival is held annually in Shepherdstown, WV to promote outstanding films that educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation. Films address the intersection of people and the environment to stimulate new thinking and dialogue about conservation and the natural world. N/A 2007 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $20,000 The Festival is held annually in Shepherdstown, WV to promote outstanding films that educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation. Films address the intersection of people and the environment to stimulate new thinking and dialogue about conservation and the natural world. N/A 2008 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $25,000 The Festival is held annually in Shepherdstown, WV to promote outstanding films that educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation. Films address the intersection of people and the environment to stimulate new thinking and dialogue about conservation and the natural world. N/A 2009 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $25,000 The Festival is held annually in Shepherdstown, WV to promote outstanding films that educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation. Films address the intersection of people and the environment to stimulate new thinking and dialogue about conservation and the natural world. N/A 2010 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $25,000 The Festival is held annually in Shepherdstown, WV to promote outstanding films that educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation. Films address the intersection of people and the environment to stimulate new thinking and dialogue about conservation and the natural world. N/A 2011 Pacific
Animal Fund $5,000 OdyseeTV, the first web-based television station solely dedicated to promoting organizations around the world that are working to save wildlife and nature through effective programs. N/A 2009 Pacific
Animal Fund $5,000 PBS documentary " The Killing Seasons" about work in Zambia converting elephant poachers to sustainable trades like fish farming and beekeeping. N/A 2009 Pacific
Appalachian Center for the Economy and the Environment $20,000 Advocate for an end to mountaintop removal coal, work to lessen its overwhelming impacts on communities and the environment, and force the coal industry to internalize their environmental costs. N/A 2009 Pacific
Appalachian Center for the Economy and the Environment $20,000 Advocate for an end to mountaintop removal coal, work to lessen its overwhelming impacts on communities and the environment, and force the coal industry to internalize their environmental costs. N/A 2010 Pacific
Appalachian Center for the Economy and the Environment $25,000 Advocate for an end to mountaintop removal coal, work to lessen its overwhelming impacts on communities and the environment, and force the coal industry to internalize their environmental costs. N/A 2011 Pacific
Appalachian Voices $20,000 Build and leverage a nationwide movement to end mountaintop removal coal mining by developing online tools, unique networks and non-traditional partnerships, and pursuing legal action. N/A 2007 Pacific
Appalachian Voices $20,000 Build and leverage a nationwide movement to end mountaintop removal coal mining by developing online tools, unique networks and non-traditional partnerships, and pursuing legal action. N/A 2008 Pacific
Appalachian Voices $25,000 Build and leverage a nationwide movement to end mountaintop removal coal mining by developing online tools, unique networks and non-traditional partnerships, and pursuing legal action. N/A 2009 Pacific
Appalachian Voices $25,000 Build and leverage a nationwide movement to end mountaintop removal coal mining by developing online tools, unique networks and non-traditional partnerships, and pursuing legal action. N/A 2010 Pacific
Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship $5,000 Foster a community of newspaper editors who are committed to publishing about the environment and to establish a strong direct connection between newspaper editors and writers. N/A 2009 Pacific
As You Sow $20,000 Through strategic shareholder activism, place internal and external pressure on companies to address critical issues related to water quality impacts of hydraulic fracturing (fracking). N/A 2011 Pacific
Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship $5,000 Blue Ridge Press seeks to foster a community of newspaper editors who are committed to publishing about the environment, and who provide the real-time feedback to shape product for their readers, so that the growing stable of writers can offer challenging ideas to a growing number of newspaper readers. N/A 2010 Pacific
Baum Foundation $10,000 Distribution and outreach activities for A Sheltered Sea, a film on the California Marine Life Protection Act Initiative. N/A 2008 Pacific
Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship $5,000 In The New Climate of Hope series, five respected Christian writers have been commissioned to write environmental topics from an evangelical perspective. N/A 2011 Pacific
Baum Foundation $15,000 Distribution and outreach activities for A Sheltered Sea, a film on the California Marine Life Protection Act Initiative. N/A 2009 Pacific
Cal Poly San Corporation $25,000 San Luis Obispo Science and Ecosystem Alliance (SLOSEA) N/A 2008 Pacific
Bay Citizen $5,000 For Bay Area environmental reporting N/A 2011 Pacific
California Coastkeeper $75,000 CCKA safeguards and helps to improve the long-term resiliency of California's coastal and marine ecosystems. Keepers, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Bay Institute $250,000 For an evaluation and report on the short- and long-term issues threatening habitat and water quality in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, in order to define actions that will rehabilitate the ecosystem and safeguard biodiversity. Water Quality 2007 Pacific
California Coastkeeper $50,000 Coordination of Waterkeepers statewide, Giant Kelp Restoration Project Keepers, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2005 Pacific
Bay Institute $30,000 Continued support to advance a strategic plan for restoring the Delta that addresses both short-term and long-term threats, while meeting the social and economic needs of surrounding communities. Water Quality 2008 Pacific
California Coastkeeper $50,000 Advocate for greater accountability and coordination in management of waterways and coastal habitats, adoption of improved ocean protection funding and enforcement strategies, and increased stewardship of kelp forest habitat in Southern California. This grant also provided support for the first-ever, all-staff, all-California Waterkeeper retreat in January 2007. Keepers, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2006 Pacific
Bay Institute $30,000 Promotes the adoption of clear and measurable ecosystem and water management reform targets in the major and comprehensive Bay-Delta planning initiatives currently underway. Water Quality 2009 Pacific
California Coastkeeper $50,000 Ensure stronger controls and enforcement on stormwater pollution, a phase-out of once-through cooling systems in coastal power plants, and inclusion of water quality criteria throughout the California Marine Life Protection Act process. Keepers, Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA), Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2007 Pacific
Bay Institute $30,000 Promotes the adoption of clear and measurable ecosystem and water management reform targets in the major and comprehensive Bay-Delta planning initiatives currently underway. Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Baykeeper $55,000 The only "on the water" monitoring and watchdog advocacy organization working on improving the water quality and ecosystems of the San Francisco Bay-Delta watershed. Keepers, Water Quality 2006 Pacific
Baykeeper $60,000 The only "on-the-water" monitoring and watchdog advocacy organization, working to improve the water quality and ecosystems of the San Francisco Bay-Delta watershed. Keepers, Water Quality 2007 Pacific
Baykeeper $60,000 The only "on-the-water" monitoring and watchdog advocacy organization, working to improve the water quality and ecosystems of the San Francisco Bay-Delta watershed. Keepers, Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Baykeeper $60,000 The only "on the water" monitoring and watchdog advocacy organization working on improving the water quality and ecosystems of the San Francisco Bay-Delta watershed. Keepers, Water Quality 2011 Pacific
Blue Ocean Film Festival, a project of Make A Difference Media Inc $1,000 BLUE is five days of education and action, including screenings of finalist films from our international film competition, a filmmaking industry conference, conservation seminars, ocean photography and art exhibits, and community educational outreach activities. N/A 2010 Pacific
Blue Ocean Film Festival, a project of Make A Difference Media Inc $1,000 BLUE On Tour is the traveling outreach component of the BLUE Ocean Film Festival, which utilizes entertainment and award-winning films to raise awareness of marine issues and empower better stewardship of the ocean. N/A 2011 Pacific
Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship $5,000 The two-year "Bridging the Gap" Initiative to foster a community of newspaper editors who are committed to publishing about the environment and to establish a strong direct connection between newspaper editors and writers. N/A 2008 Pacific
Cascadia Times Research Fund $40,000 Staffing to focus on advocacy for water quality issues in California state legislature, specifically regarding Proposition 40 and 50 fund allocation. N/A 2007 Pacific
Cascadia Times Research Fund $10,000 A comprehensive, four-part investigation of US management of marine resources and how political and corporate arrangements drive environmental policies. Cascadia Times has provided in depth coverage of environmental news in the Greater Northwest Region since 1995. N/A 2006 Pacific
Earth Echo International, Inc. $15,000 Participation in the American Film Institute's Digital Content Lab, a project that aims to use innovative new media to improve the methods for promoting environmental action. Earth Echo will work to leverage digital media to engage audiences through inspiring environmental messages and simple tools to connect audiences with resources and information on which they can act. N/A 2008 Pacific
Earth Echo International, Inc. $30,000 Participation in the American Film Institute's Digital Content Lab, and work to leverage digital media to engage younger audiences, connecting them to resources and information on which they can act. N/A 2009 Pacific
Earth Echo International, Inc. $35,000 The Water Planet Challenge is a web-based call-to-action that provides interactive tools and resources for middle and high school-aged youth to design, create, and implement service-learning projects that address environmental concerns related to water in their communities Water Quality 2011 Pacific
Earth Echo International, Inc. $35,000 The Water Planet Challenge is a web-based call-to-action that provides interactive tools and resources for middle and high school-aged youth to design, create, and implement service-learning projects that address environmental concerns related to water in their communities Water Quality 2010 Pacific
EarthJustice $35,000 Earthjustice works to secure national regulations covering coal ash disposal in surface impoundments, landfills, and mines; safeguard drinking water, aquatic habitats, wetlands, and air quality; and pursues litigation and advocacy aimed at forcing the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the nation's largest public utility, to clean up its vast coal ash dumps and high hazard dams and ultimately solve its pollution problems by shuttering its exceptionally old fleet of coal-fired power plants. N/A 2011 Pacific
Ecological Rights Foundation $25,000 Creation of a database to improve Citizen Water Quality Monitoring and address stormwater pollution in Humboldt Bay, CA . Keepers, Water Quality 2011 Pacific
California Coastkeeper $50,000 Ensure stronger controls and enforcement on stormwater pollution, a phase-out of once-through cooling systems in coastal power plants, and inclusion of water quality criteria throughout the California Marine Life Protection Act process. Keepers, Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA), Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2008 Pacific
EcoTrust $30,000 For Ocean 2.0, an information network with open access to users to obtain data and analysis on ecosystem-based management processes along the California Current. Fisheries 2007 Pacific
California Coastkeeper $75,000 Ensure stronger controls and enforcement on stormwater pollution, a phase-out of once-through cooling systems in coastal power plants, and inclusion of water quality criteria throughout the California Marine Life Protection Act process. Keepers, Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA), Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2009 Pacific
EcoTrust $30,000 Provide a range of analytical, management and planning services to several fishing community partners that further the creation of west coast regional and/or community fishing associations. Fisheries 2009 Pacific
California Ocean Science Trust $200,000 The MPA Monitoring Enterprise leads the development and implementation of impartial, cost-effective and relevant MPA monitoring of the emerging statewide MPA network. Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA) 2011 Pacific
EcoTrust $30,000 Through Capacity Building for Sustainable Fisheries Trusts, Ecotrust will support community fisheries trusts in their efforts to reassert the integral role of fishing communities in the pursuit of healthy fisheries and fishing economies. Fisheries 2010 Pacific
California Trout $20,000 Development of RecoveryExpress, a new tool that evaluates and prioritizes cost-effective actions to facilitate the recovery of endangered native salmonids, coordinating recovery efforts to maximize their impact. N/A 2010 Pacific
Carpe Diem West $25,000 The Western Water & Climate Change project is developing the strategic framework and resources needed by the western water management community to effectively address the impacts of climate change. N/A 2008 Pacific
Carpe Diem West $70,000 The Western Water & Climate Change project is developing the strategic framework and resources needed by the western water management community to effectively address the impacts of climate change. N/A 2009 Pacific
Carpe Diem West $40,000 The Western Water & Climate Change project is developing the strategic framework and resources needed by the western water management community to effectively address the impacts of climate change. N/A 2010 Pacific
Carpe Diem West $40,000 Carpe Diem West addresses the impacts of climate change on water in the American West by recruiting forward-thinking leaders from different sectors to serve on working groups and teams that generate ideas for improving the laws, policies, and practices that govern how the West's scarce water is managed and allocated. N/A 2011 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $60,000 Cultivate and protect "working waterfronts" communities that include a sustainable fishing industry, promote fishing heritage as well as current sport and commercial activities, and create a regulatory environment that encourages fishermen to be effective stewards of marine resources. Fisheries 2006 Pacific
Environmental Media Fund $7,500 General operating and capacity building. N/A 2005 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $40,000 Help create adequate safeguards to ensure that plans to pursue offshore aquaculture development do not threaten the marine environment, and that strong organic standards for aquaculture are established. Fisheries 2006 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $50,000 Work with a wide range of stakeholders to ensure an open, transparent and deliberative process for applying the best available science to the management of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument, while working in support of Native Hawaiian initiatives in the region. Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA) 2006 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $60,000 A project to add vitality to California fisheries by fostering a sustainable fishing industry and promoting fishing heritage. This project will stimulate a regulatory environment that encourages fisherman to be effective stewards of marine resources; Fisheries 2007 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $60,000 Regional work to help transition fisheries to more conservation-oriented methods. Fisheries 2008 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $75,000 Work to help transition fisheries to more conservation-oriented methods of fishing. Fisheries 2009 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $60,000 EDF's work has focused on seeking out pilot fisheries at the state and federal levels to demonstrate how transformational change in fisheries management can help attain these goals, primarily through the tool of well-designed catch share systems. Fisheries 2010 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $15,000 Works to ensure that all coral reef animals imported into the U.S. are collected and transported in a demonstrably sustainable and humane way, thereby reducing the ecological footprint of trade in coral ornamental species by at least 50% by 2015. Fisheries 2010 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $100,000 Works to ensure that all coral reef animals imported into the U.S. are collected and transported in a demonstrably sustainable and humane way, thereby reducing the ecological footprint of trade in coral ornamental species by at least 50% by 2015. Fisheries 2011 Pacific
Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital $10,000 For the 2012 festival N/A 2011 Pacific
Environmental Law Institute $25,000 To promote the Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design, a comprehensive framework for the design of an aquaculture certification based explicitly on environmental and social sustainability. Fisheries 2007 Pacific
Elkhorn Slough Foundation $30,000 Restoration and stewardship of acquired lands that have been identified as the greatest source of damaging runoff in the Elkhorn Slough watershed. Restoration efforts include cleanup and stabilization of landforms, management of invasive weed species and reduction of cultivated areas on acquired lands. Water Quality 2004 Pacific
Environmental Law Institute $25,000 To promote the Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design, a comprehensive framework for the design of an aquaculture certification based explicitly on environmental and social sustainability. Fisheries 2008 Pacific
Elkhorn Slough Foundation $50,000 For habitat restoration of the upper Elkhorn Slough, a globally important bird area and national estuarine research reserve. This project will boost native vegetative cover to impede runoff and reduce damage to the watershed while improving water quality in the estuary and marine environment of Monterey Bay. Water Quality 2007 Pacific
Environmental Law Institute $25,000 To promote the Gold Standard for Sustainable Aquaculture Ecolabel Design, a comprehensive framework for the design of an aquaculture certification based explicitly on environmental and social sustainability. Fisheries 2010 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $30,000 Aquaculture - Seek stringent environmental safeguards for new offshore development. Work to create and promote new business practices for seafood wholesalers and large corporate buyers. Fisheries 2005 Pacific
Environmental Media Fund $10,000 Distribution and promotion of the national PBS series Natural Heroes, the only showcase for independently produced programming on environmental issues that informs and inspires viewers through stories of people making a difference in communities across the country. N/A 2004 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $20,000 California Fisheries Fisheries 2005 Pacific
Environmental Media Fund $7,500 Documentary special The Last Stand: Heroes at Ballona Wetlands, about the struggle by ordinary citizens to save the Ballona Wetlands, the largest remaining natural wetlands ecosystem in Southern California. This film is airing on PBS as part of a series called Natural Heroes. N/A 2004 Pacific
Environmental Defense Fund $30,000 Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine Sanctuary designation Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA) 2005 Pacific
Environmental Media Fund $7,500 General operating and capacity building. N/A 2004 Pacific
Food Alliance $25,000 Working with the Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association and other partners, Food Alliance is working to set standards and develop a third-party audit process for certifying shellfish growers that follow socially and environmentally responsible practices. Fisheries 2011 Pacific
Environmental Media Fund $4,000 Tarkio Retreat N/A 2006 Pacific
Foundations of Success Inc. $39,500 The Streamlining Initiative seeks to increase harmonization across the proposal and reporting requirements of different funders using the core concepts, terminology, and best practices outlined in the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation. N/A 2011 Pacific
Environmental Working Group $30,000 Skin Deep Cosmetics Database that educates consumers about toxins in personal care products. N/A 2009 Pacific
Friends of the Earth $20,000 Protect marine life and coastal communities in California from vessel air pollution and poorly regulated sewage and wastewater discharges from cruise ships, cargo ships, oil tankers, and ferries. Pollution, Water Quality 2009 Pacific
Fishchoice $25,000 Fishchoice.com is an online database of seafood producers, suppliers, and brokers that meet criteria for sustainable production or are certified sustainable. The database is geared toward seafood buyers that have partnered with environmental organizations, as well as seafood buyers who are interested in sourcing sustainable products. Fisheries 2008 Pacific
Green Fire Productions $50,000 To produce a video program to build public and policy support for ecosystem-based management of Oregon's ocean and coastal resources. While focusing specifically on Port Orford, Oregon, the video will also help bolster support for watershed and ocean protection along the entire west coast by outlining the benefits of ecosystem-based management and ways it can be achieved at local, state, and coast-wide levels. N/A 2008 Pacific
Fishchoice $45,000 Fishchoice.com is an online database of seafood producers, suppliers, and brokers that meet criteria for sustainable production or are certified sustainable. The database is geared toward seafood buyers that have partnered with environmental organizations, as well as seafood buyers who are interested in sourcing sustainable products. Fisheries 2009 Pacific
Green Fire Productions $50,000 A documentary to build public and policy support for ecosystem-based management of ocean and coastal resources, outlining the ways it is already being implemented at local, state, and coast-wide levels. N/A 2009 Pacific
Fishwise $30,000 A point of sale seafood labeling program that provides a direct service to businesses interested in increasing their level of understanding and participation in a more sustainable trade of seafood. The program educates consumers and businesses on the impact caused by unsustainable fishery practices and aquaculture, and helps them participate in conservation from a market perspective. Fisheries 2004 Pacific
Green Fire Productions $50,000 A documentary to build public and policy support for ecosystem-based management of ocean and coastal resources, outlining the ways it is already being implemented at local, state, and coast-wide levels. N/A 2010 Pacific
Fishwise $30,000 Continued support for "Fishwise" labeling program Fisheries 2005 Pacific
Green Fire Productions $50,000 A documentary to build public and policy support for ecosystem-based management of ocean and coastal resources, outlining the ways it is already being implemented at local, state, and coast-wide levels. N/A 2011 Pacific
Fishwise $88,500 A point of sale seafood labeling program that provides a direct service to businesses interested in increasing their level of understanding and participation in a more sustainable trade of seafood. The program educates consumers and businesses on the impact caused by unsustainable fishery practices and aquaculture, and helps them participate in conservation from a market perspective. Fisheries 2006 Pacific
Green Planet Films $10,000 The San Francisco Green Film Festival will present forward-thinking programs and discussions focused on positive solutions to today's environmental problems. The festival will include premieres of over 50 works from around the globe, as well as Q&A sessions, panel discussions, educational presentations, and special events. N/A 2011 Pacific
Fishwise $50,000 A point of sale seafood labeling program that provides a direct service to businesses interested in increasing their level of understanding and participation in a more sustainable trade of seafood. The program educates consumers and businesses on the impact caused by unsustainable fishery practices and aquaculture, and helps them participate in conservation from a market perspective. Fisheries 2007 Pacific
Fishchoice, Fishwise $25,000 For Fishchoice, an online database of sustainable seafood producers, suppliers, and brokers that will enable seafood buyers to easily find reliable sources for products certified as sustainable or produced through sustainable practices. Fisheries 2007 Pacific
Fishwise $85,000 A point of sale seafood labeling program that provides a direct service to businesses interested in increasing their level of understanding and participation in a more sustainable trade of seafood. The program educates consumers and businesses on the impact caused by unsustainable fishery practices and aquaculture, and helps them participate in conservation from a market perspective. Fisheries 2008 Pacific
Fishwise $110,000 FishWise offers a range of services that create trust between seafood vendors and their customers, enabling businesses to sell more sustainable seafood. Fisheries 2009 Pacific
Fishwise $100,000 FishWise offers a range of services that create trust between seafood vendors and their customers, enabling businesses to sell more sustainable seafood. Fisheries 2010 Pacific
Fishwise $100,000 FishWise has embarked on an ambitious project with Safeway Inc. and its principal seafood suppliers to transition all of its seafood (fresh and frozen) to sustainable sources by 2015. Fisheries 2011 Pacific