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Earth Echo International, Inc. $35,000 EarthEcho International is a nonprofit organization founded on the belief that youth have the power to change our planet. Established by siblings Philippe and Alexandra Cousteau in honor of their father Philippe Cousteau Sr., and grandfather legendary explorer Jacques Yves Cousteau, our mission is to inspire young people worldwide to act now for a sustainable future. Political Will 2018 Pacific
Golden Gate Salmon Association $5,000 To protect and restore California’s largest salmon producing habitat comprised of the Central Valley rivers that feed both the Bay-Delta ecosystem and the communities that rely on salmon as a long-term, sustainable commercial, recreational and cultural resource. Advocacy, Fisheries, Political Will, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Greater Farallones Association $5,000 Convening the “Healthy Kelp, Resilient Fisheries Working Group,” an interdisciplinary team of experts to address the scientific, research, and management needs of bull kelp habitat along the Sonoma and Mendocino coastlines Political Will 2018 Pacific
Idealware Inc. $5,000 Research and training programs focus on providing impartial, thoroughly researched, accessible knowledge resources about technology to environmental organizations and other nonprofits Capacity 2018 Pacific
Monterey Bay Aquarium Foundation $450,000 Sculpture Commission: Ocean Education & Leadership Center N/A 2018 Pacific
Mt Adams Institute $5,000 Cascade Mountain School (CMS), a project of Mt. Adams Institute, seeks to transform students' lives and prepare them to be environmental leaders by offering them academically rigorous, personally expansive, and dynamic experiences with the natural world. N/A 2018 Pacific
National Marine Sanctuary Foundation $5,000 Capitol Hill Ocean Week brings together more than 700 national and global policymakers, scientists, scholars, businesses, and conservation leaders to address pressing science, conservation, and management issues facing our ocean and Great Lakes. N/A 2018 Pacific
Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center $2,000 Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center provides recreational, vocational and educational opportunities for people with disabilities through programs and services that encourage self-expression, promote personal achievement, and lead to greater independence. N/A 2018 Pacific
Sailors for the Sea Inc. $10,000 Sailors for the Sea unites boaters to protect the ocean. Accountability, Advocacy, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
The Exploratorium $5,000 The Exploratorium provides training to science teachers, delivers unique youth programs in the community, and partners with educational institutions to do research and engage the public in conversations. Water Quality 2018 Pacific
University of Southern California $90,000 Story Circles - narrative fitness training for scientists Communications 2018 Pacific
Women's Audio Mission $5,000 Women’s Audio Mission uses music and media and an incredible “carrot” of a training environment – the only professional recording studio in the world built and run by women – to attract over 1,200 under-served women and girls every year to STEM and creative technology studies that inspire them to amplify their voices and become the innovators of tomorrow. WAM’s award-winning curriculum weaves art and music with science, technology and computer programming and works to close the critical gender gap in creative technology careers. Communications 2018 Pacific
The Energy Foundation $50,000 To support clean energy and climate change policy education in Maryland. Accountability, Advocacy, Capacity, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Windward Fund $100,000 To create and build new approaches to agricultural and municipal water investment across the American West, and beyond, that result in innovative water management solutions with sustainability at their core.   Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
International League of Conservation Photographers $10,000 The International League of Conservation Photographers furthers environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography. Fellows are an elite group of the world’s top wildlife, nature and culture photographers who, in addition to displaying remarkable photographic skills, also demonstrate a deep commitment to conservation efforts around the globe. Communications 2018 Pacific
San Francisco Green Film Festival $30,000 This annual festival presents 70 new and compelling films from around the world, with over 100 visiting filmmakers & guest speakers, and 70 community partners to over 4,500 audience members Communications 2018 Pacific
Non-Profit Technology Enterprise Network $5,000 NTEN is where nonprofit professionals learn about and celebrate the ways technology helps them meet their missions. More than 50,000 community members access NTEN’s capacity-building programs and services, including educational courses, the Nonprofit Technology Conference, and online and in-person discussion spaces. Capacity 2018 Pacific
The Coral Reef Alliance $25,000 To improve water quality in Hawai’i through the the Clean Water For Reefs initiative Accountability, Advocacy, Fisheries, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation $140,000 Challenge Grant to fund a Marine Laboratory Research Vessel N/A 2018 Pacific
American Conservation Film Festival Inc. $15,000 To promote outstanding films and the arts to educate and inspire people to become engaged in conservation.  The motivating force behind ACFF is the power of imagery to engage, inform, and inspire. Communications 2018 Pacific
City Kids to Wilderness Project, Inc. $10,000 To enrich life experiences for DC urban youth so that they can enhance their lives and the lives of their families, and benefit the greater community. The goals of all City Kids programming are to build resiliency, broaden horizons, and ensure skills for success. Non-traditional Allies 2018 Pacific
Farallon Institute $2,000 Farallon Institute scientists conduct research on the atmosphere, physical ocean, and the complex marine food web, from phytoplankton to whales.  As a group, we have a broad understanding of ocean ecology and are experts at understanding the latest scientific research.  Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Heyday $15,000 Now in their 44th year, Heyday continues to champion writing that expands readers’ understanding of their cultural and natural surroundings. Communications 2018 Pacific
San Francisco Green Film Festival $2,633 To attend the Sundance Film Festival Capacity 2018 Pacific
The Nature Conservancy $75,000 Blue Growth by Design provides a holistic approach to achieving sustainable oceans through core pillars of (1) investing in nature to address and reduce climate change impacts, (2) reforming fisheries and encourage sustainable aquaculture and (3) ocean protection and management and (4) improving ocean governance. In addition to private and public dollars, these pillars are strongly supported by innovative finance, which represents new ways to significantly increase investment in ocean conservation.  Advocacy, Fisheries, Political Will 2018 Pacific