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Ocean Conservancy Inc $60,000 As part of the second phase in the California Marine Life Protection Act Initiative, the Ocean Conservancy advocated for the creation of marine protected area networks in California state waters, especially in the North Central Coast N/A 2008 Pacific
Ocean Conservancy Inc $100,000 Advocacy for the creation of marine protected area networks in California state waters, as part of the Marine Life Protection Act Initiative in the North Central Coast N/A 2009 Pacific
Ocean Conservancy Inc $30,000 Ocean Conservancy educates decision-makers on the threat posed by GE fish to native salmon, support efforts at the federal level to prevent approval by the FDA and advance efforts to ensure additional ecological science is undertaken before GE fish are allowed into the nation Fisheries 2010 Pacific
Ocean Conservancy Inc $70,000 Ocean Conservancy will advocate for the creation of marine protected area (MPA) networks in California state waters through the Marine Life Protection Act (MLPA). N/A 2010 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $25,000 Aleutian Islands Shipping Safety Partnership N/A 2005 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $11,000 General operations N/A 2005 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $40,000 Strengthen organizations committed to establishing the will of the public in favor of ocean policy reform. N/A 2006 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $30,000 Seas the Day educational campaign N/A 2007 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $10,000 Creation of Ocean Noise Criteria guidelines for establishing sustainable practices in our use of the ocean acoustic environment. N/A 2009 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $1,000 Ocean Conservation Research has been developing an exposure metric that is based on naturally occurring noise levels and biological responses to specific sounds. This metric will inform discussions about exposure and mitigation levels, and be a useful tool in establishing Ocean Noise Criteria guidelines for establishing sustainable practices in our use of the ocean acoustic environment. N/A 2008 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $1,000 Ocean Conservation Research has been developing an exposure metric that is based on naturally occurring noise levels and biological responses to specific sounds. This metric will inform discussions about exposure and mitigation levels, and be a useful tool in establishing Ocean Noise Criteria guidelines for establishing sustainable practices in our use of the ocean acoustic environment. N/A 2010 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $15,000 Through his work, Dr. Wallace J Nichols reaches new constituencies with a positive and inclusive conservation message to build a network of diverse people who share a commitment to maintaining abundant life in the oceans and on the coasts. N/A 2011 Pacific
Ocean Foundation $1,000 To understand the acoustical impacts of deepwater offshore exploration and operations of the fossil fuel industry. N/A 2011 Pacific
Ocean Project $25,000 Seas The Day public ocean constituency initiative that utilizes The Ocean Project's partner network of aquariums, zoos and museums to distribute its message. Through Seaweb. N/A 2004 Pacific
Ocean Project $25,000 "Seas the Day" N/A 2005 Pacific
Ocean Project $30,000 Continued operational support for "Seas The Day" N/A 2005 Pacific
Ocean Project $30,000 For Seas the Day, a campaign aimed at building stronger public support for ocean conservation through the promotion of mission-driven products distributed through zoos, aquariums, and museums. By targeting the 200 million annual visitors to such venues, Seas the Day works to improve exhibits, promote education and outreach, and provide visitors with the motivation to act as responsible stewards of the ocean. N/A 2008 Pacific
Ocean River Institute Inc $15,000 Through air tours along the California Coast, Ocean Air provides impactful in-flight experiences that encourage greater conservation action. N/A 2011 Pacific
Oceana, Inc. $30,000 Oceana's Campaign to Stop Seafood Contamination is aimed at reducing a major source of mercury contamination in the United States--chlorine plants--and ensuring that warnings about mercury in seafood are widely available to consumers. Fisheries 2008 Pacific
Oceana, Inc. $50,000 Establish a practical model for managing forage species, which in turn is a critical component of implementing ecosystem-based management. Fisheries 2011 Pacific
Organic Farming Research Foundation $5,000 Support immediate information needs of organic farmers while moving the public and policymakers toward greater investment in organic farming systems. N/A 2009 Pacific
Organic Farming Research Foundation $5,000 Support immediate information needs of organic farmers while moving the public and policymakers toward greater investment in organic farming systems. N/A 2010 Pacific
Otter Project, Inc. $25,000 The Otter Project's Monterey Coastkeeper program works to protect the water, watersheds, and coastal oceans of the Monterey coast. Focusing on the impacts and mitigation of urban and agricultural runoff, Monterey Coastkeeper works to address water quality issues and promote ocean stewardship in the Monterey region. Keepers, Water Quality 2008 Pacific
Otter Project, Inc. $25,000 Address water quality issues and promote ocean stewardship in the Monterey region, focusing on the impacts and mitigation of urban and agricultural runoff. Keepers, Water Quality 2009 Pacific
Otter Project, Inc. $25,000 The Monterey Coastkeeper is engaged in a project to establish that irrigation districts are dischargers and must protect the public trust in accordance with the Clean Water Act. Keepers, Water Quality 2010 Pacific