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Bike Pittsburgh, Inc. $5,000 Bike Pittsburgh works to make biking and walking commonplace in order to improve the quality life of Pittsburghers and reduce the harmful effects of car dependence in the community. Its core strategies fall within its three main program areas: Advocacy, Community, and Education. In 2022, as the region emerges from the pandemic under new mayoral leadership, it is critical that BikePGH continues to grow its programs while embedding its mission within the new administration’s priorities. Advocacy, Communications 2022 Pacific
5190 Roboboosters, Inc. $2,000 First Robotics Chapter 5190 is a high school Robotics team in North Carolina, part of the national First Robotics organization. They compete in events and activities that revolve around STEM. FRC 5190, composed of students, parents, and mentors from the local community, develops communication, leadership, and organization skills. The team focuses on helping others improve their problem-solving skills that can be applied in real-life situations. Additionally, the program seeks to promote inclusion for all ethnicities and genders, educate the community in STEM and promote opportunities for kids all ages, and serve underprivileged communities. They travel as far as Nepal and India, deliver workshops for younger students, and have reached more than 1,000 students through their activities. Communications, Equity 2022 Pacific
CASA, Inc $1,000 General Support for CASA, which works to register Latinx voters in York and Lancaster Counties, actively engage in statewide democracy campaigns, and launch massive field operations to engage thousands of Latinx residents of PA. CASA will register new Latinx voters, win language access, and defend against campaigns to diminish access to voting. Civic Engagement, Political Will 2022 Pacific
Annapolis Maritime Museum $1,000 The Annapolis Maritime Museum (AAM) aims to inspire a love of and respect for the Chesapeake Bay. The AMM’s mission is to educate youth and adults about the Annapolis area’s rich maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through programs, exhibits, and community events. The AMM accomplishes their mission through a suite of hands-on programming offered at two unique locations, both at the mouth of Back Creek overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. Communications, Outreach 2022 Pacific
Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation $25,000 Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation (SCCF) works to ensure that the Caloosahatchee receives the quality and quantity of freshwater flows necessary for the health of the estuary. SCCF promotes science-based solutions, focusing on improving water management at every level of government, and advocates for policies that protect the ecosystems from the compounding pressures of pollution, development, and climate change. Accountability, Political Will, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
San Francisco Botanical Garden Society at Strybing Arboretum $25,000 Flower Piano is a musical event and exhibition that provides open access to music and pianos within the natural, outdoor environment of San Francisco Botanical Garden. N/A 2022 Pacific
San Francisco Botanical Garden Society at Strybing Arboretum $21,000 Fall and Fly is the name of both a piece of music and a special event that opens this year's Flower Piano. It is a musical work written for twelve pianos by San Francisco composer Benjamin Gribble. The theme of the music and the event is a focus on our ability as individuals and a community to weather the most difficult of times and come back even stronger than before. N/A 2022 Pacific
Resources Legacy Fund $800,000 The Land-Sea Connection (LSC) program advances the long-term health and resilience of California watersheds. Through LSC, RLF will promote more effective policies and programs, support high-value on-the-ground conservation efforts, and advance investments of public funds in effective and more equitable ways. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Communications, Keepers, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
San Francisco Botanical Garden Society at Strybing Arboretum $25,000 General operating support to help fund the core programs at the Gardens of Golden Gate Park, which include: lifelong learning, volunteer and community engagement, curatorial and living collections management, interpretive and horticultural library services, and visitor experience. Together, these programs will engage more than 1.2 million annual visitors to deepen people’s understanding and appreciation of plants and their vital role to life on Earth. Communications, Outreach 2022 Pacific
First Fruits Farm Inc $25,000 First Fruits Farm is dedicated to feeding the hungry throughout the Mid-Atlantic region by planting, harvesting, and distributing fresh, nutritious produce. N/A 2022 Pacific
Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center $15,000 Rogue Riverkeeper works to protect and restore clean water and native fish through four program areas: 1) Clean Water, 2) Wild Rivers, 3) Community Engagement, and 4) Organizational Development. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Keepers, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
City Kids to Wilderness Project, Inc. $5,000 City Kids Wilderness Project provides Washington, D.C. youth with year-round programming designed to lay the foundation for participants to grow into adults who will achieve their life goals, become an asset to their community, and remain resilient throughout life’s challenges. City Kids does this through intensive, long-term youth development programming using natural and wilderness settings to encourage personal growth, as well as academic enrichment, job training, and college preparation Civic Engagement, Equity, Non-traditional Allies 2022 Pacific
Mechoopda Cultural Resource Preservation Enterprise $5,000 Mechoopda Cultural Resource Preservation Enterprise is located in Chico, CA, and is the operational arm of the Tribal Historic Preservation Office of the federally recognized Mechoopda Indian Tribe of Chico Rancheria. This project is focused on training their professional Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)-based land stewardship crews to service fuels management, wildfire risk mitigation, and ecosystem restoration contracts; and to provide Tribal leadership and workforce to interagency efforts to meet forest resilience and restoration goals in their ancestral territory. Communications, Diverse Partnerships, Equity, Land Use 2022 Pacific
Howard EcoWorks, Inc. $5,000 Located in Howard County, MD, Howard EcoWorks empowers communities and diverse workforces to respect and restore our natural systems for future generations. EcoWorks engages and educate the community about environmental sustainability and restoration, while creating pathways to green jobs through our workforce development programs. EcoWorks is developing Gateways to Green Jobs, which will target the Green Infrastructure (GI) industry including stormwater management, ecological restoration, sustainable landscaping, nursery, urban forestry, parks and water/wastewater. Communications, Equity, Land Use, Outreach, Stormwater 2022 Pacific
Russian Riverkeeper $100,000 Support for general operation of Russian Riverkeeper. Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Keepers, Nutrients, Pollution, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
GreenAction for Health and Environmental Justice $35,000 Support for community-based projects to reduce toxic stormwater and for broader organizational capacity. Accountability, Communications, Equity, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
Baykeeper $95,000 Support for general operations of Baykeeper. Advocacy, Baywide, Keepers, Nutrients, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
Association of Ramaytush Ohlone $15,000 Support for restoration in San Francisco and San Mateo County. Capacity, Equity, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies 2022 Pacific
California Wildlife Foundation $25,000 As fiscal sponsor for Climate Science Alliance, support for Tribal Working Group Stewardship Pathways Program. Capacity, Diverse Partnerships, Equity, Outreach, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
Occidental Arts and Ecology Center $70,000 Support for project to apply beaver restoration planning tool to analyze high priority locations in California where beaver reintroduction may advance watershed health. Agriculture, Capacity, Equity, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
National Center for Appropriate Technology $5,000 Support for the 2022 Latino Farmer Conference to build capacity of California's Latino farming communities. Agriculture, Capacity, Communications, Equity, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
Community Alliance With Family Farmers Foundation $35,000 Support for general operation of Community Alliance with Family Farmers. Agriculture, Capacity, Equity, Land Use, Water Quality 2022 Pacific
Tides Foundation $100,000 As a fiscal sponsor for Community Governance Partership, support for implementation of the Cannabis Removal on Public Lands Project. Capacity, Diverse Partnerships, Equity, Non-traditional Allies, Pollution, Water Quality 2022 Pacific