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Sustainable Conservation $150,000 Support for reducing the barriers for landowners to receive permits for restoration and conservation projects. Agriculture, Land Use, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Sustainable Conservation $60,000 Support for work with agricultural communities and water managers to improve sustainable groundwater management and watershed health in Central Coast. Agriculture, Nutrients, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
River Partners $25,000 Support multi-benefit restoration, recreation, and water quality improvement project in Otay River watershed to benefit adjacent severely disadvantaged community and river ecosystem and reduce the flow of pollutants into the San Diego Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Capacity, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Stormwater, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Los Angeles Waterkeeper $55,000 Support for general operations of Los Angeles Waterkeeper. Keepers, Land Use, Outreach, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
California Association of Resource Conservation Districts $150,000 Provide technical support to cannabis growers to help address potential water quality impacts of cannabis cultivation. Capacity, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Friends of the Eel River $20,000 Support for general operations of Friends of the Eel River. Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Glynwood Center Inc. $5,000 Glynwood works to create and foster a prosperous, resilient and healthy regional food program in the Hudson Valley. They have three core program areas in which we focus our work: Regional Food, Farm Programs, and Public Programs. Advocacy, Agriculture, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
Gulf Restoration Network $20,000 GRN advocates for Gulf-wide ecosystem restoration that restores natural coastal lines of defense that increase community resilience. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
International League of Conservation Photographers $10,000 By supporting Fellow Photographers and Filmmakers in their self-directed conservation projects, iLCP increases awareness of critical environmental and cultural conservation issues by making powerful imagery available to organizations working towards clear, timely and critical conservation goals. Civic Engagement, Communications, Non-traditional Allies, Political Will 2018 Pacific
KQED Inc. $3,000 KQED serves the people of Northern California with a community-supported alternative to commercial media. They provide citizens with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions; convene community dialogue; bring the arts to everyone; and engage audiences to share their stories. We help students and teachers thrive in 21st century classrooms, and take people of all ages on journeys of exploration—exposing them to new people, places and ideas. Civic Engagement, Communications 2018 Pacific
Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy $5,000 MCEA works to protect Lake Superior from the looming threat of new, polluting sulfide mining. They are working to appeal a decision granting a flawed permit for a new mine proposed by PolyMet. N/A 2018 Pacific
Non-Profit Technology Enterprise Network (NTEN) $5,000 NTEN’s mission is to support organizations by convening the nonprofit community, offering professional credentials and training, and facilitating an open exchange of ideas. 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
Pomeroy Recreation and Rehabilitation Center $2,000 PRRC is a San Francisco institution that 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. Civic Engagement 2018 Pacific
Tech Impact $6,000 To cover the costs of our grantees to attend the Accidental Designer course. Capacity 2018 Pacific
Tech Impact $10,000 Tech Impact empowers communities and nonprofits to use technology to better serve our world, by providing hands on nonprofit technology support. This grant is also in support of the merger with Idealware. Capacity 2018 Pacific
Ten Strands $10,000 To build and strengthen the partnerships and strategies that will bring environmental literacy to all of California’s K–12 students. Civic Engagement, Outreach 2018 Pacific
The Coral Reef Alliance $25,000 By implementing projects that mitigate water pollution from land-based sources CRA addresses water quality on Hawai’i Island and Maui. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
The Nature Conservancy $75,000 TNC focuses on investing in natural infrastructure, managing ocean resources sustainably, and building effective governance, with a focus on illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) and the exploitation of the high seas. Accountability, Advocacy, Fisheries, Non-traditional Allies, Political Will 2018 Pacific
University of Southern California $100,000 Shifting Baselines Ocean Media Project Communications 2018 Pacific
Women's Audio Mission $5,000 Women’s Audio Mission is a San Francisco/Oakland-based nonprofit organization that 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 1,500 underserved 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. N/A 2018 Pacific
Carpe Diem West $40,000 Carpe Diem West catalyzes successful programs around the American West to multiply their impact, tells the stories of innovative source water protection work, accelerates adoption of these innovative approaches, and works to incorporate water justice and equity into the fabric of western water management. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
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. It was established by siblings Philippe and Alexandra Cousteau in honor of their father Philippe Cousteau Sr., and grandfather legendary explorer Jacques Yves Cousteau. Their work is focused in these main action areas - STEMExplore, Expeditions, the Youth Leadership Council (YLC) and the Water Challenge. N/A 2019 Pacific
Pacific Institute $10,000 To inform stakeholders about the state’s existing statutory and contractual Salton Sea obligations, and the significant opportunities and funding that already exist to satisfy those obligations. They will promote a positive vision and workplan for a revitalized Salton Sea that incentivizes the new state administration to expedite the implementation of Salton Sea projects. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Resources Legacy Fund $800,000 The Sustaining California’s Ocean (SCO) program focuses on promoting effective long-term management of California’s marine protected area (MPA) network by ensuring that government and nonprofit organizations have the capacity and funding necessary to support MPA monitoring, compliance, and education and outreach. SCO also seeks to promote improved ocean governance and increased public funding for the MPA network specifically and for ocean management generally. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Keepers, Land Use, Marine Protected Areas (MPA, MLPA), Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Mattole Restoration Council $25,000 Support for expanded restoration planning and habitat enhancement for the Mattole River and its tributaries. Comprehensive Plans, Fisheries, Nutrients, Pollution, Water Quality 2018 Pacific
San Francisco Green Film Festival $30,000 The San Francisco Green Film Festival is the West Coast's leading event for films & discussions about people and the planet. SFGFF is dedicated to screening compelling environmental films; connecting audiences to filmmakers and experts; and sparking green ideas & actions. Our signature program is the annual Green Film Fest, and we also screen films and support filmmakers throughout the year. Communications 2019 Pacific
Shell Museum and Educational Foundation Inc. $5,000 The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum on Sanibel Island has remained the only museum in the United States that is solely devoted to shells and the mollusks that make them. Outreach 2019 Pacific
Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Inc. $50,000 Sinai serves the people of greater Baltimore as well as national and international patients. Its renowned Centers of Excellence provide specialized, advanced care by teams of experts. Additionally, Sinai’s BioIncubator gives emerging biotech and health sciences companies lab space and access to leading physicians. As a nonprofit teaching hospital, Sinai provides training for more than 140 residents and 400 medical students yearly. With 483 beds, Sinai is the largest community hospital in Maryland. N/A 2019 Pacific
South Yuba River Citizens League $10,000 SYRCL’s Wild & Scenic Film Festival inspires people to heal the earth. Wild & Scenic is a call to action. Festival-goers are transformed into activists dedicated to saving our threatened planet Communications, Outreach 2019 Pacific
Sylvia Earle Alliance $25,000 Mission Blue inspires action to explore and protect the ocean. They are dedicated to the creation of Hope Spots - special places in the ocean that are critical to its health. They focus on igniting public support for a global network of future marine protected areas. They also promote exploration by conducting expeditions to Hope Spots to create awareness, foster meaningful partnerships, and build community support for marine protection. Accountability, Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Outreach, Political Will, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
The Exploratorium $5,000 The Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco that allows visitors to explore the world through science, art, and human perception. Its mission is to create inquiry-based experiences that transform learning. Outreach 2019 Pacific
Point Blue Conservation Science $75,000 Support for meadow restoration workshops to foster public-private partnerships to develop and implement climate-smart water quality improvement projects. Capacity, Land Use, Outreach, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Elkhorn Slough Foundation $75,000 Support for Elkhorn Slough Watershed restoration. Agriculture, Land Use, Nutrients, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Maryland Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Inc. $45,000 The Farm Stewardship Certification and Assessment Program (FSCAP) was established by the Maryland Association of Soil Conservation Districts (MASCD) in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the Maryland Farm Bureau, the Maryland Department of Agriculture and the Natural Resource Conservation Service to recognize farmers who have demonstrated a superior level of stewardship. Farmers must be fully compliant with their nutrient management plan and be addressing all resource concerns on their land to be certified. Certified farms receive a sign for their farm gate, a webpage profile and a press release is sent out acknowledging their accomplishment. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Baywide, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
The Sierra Fund $5,000 To attend the American Geophysical Union Conference Capacity 2019 Pacific
Morro Bay National Estuary Program $50,000 Support for cooperative efforts with ranchers and farmers to reduce polluted runoff into Morro Bay watershed. Agriculture, Capacity, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Friends of the San Juans $1,449 To attend the Summit on Coastal & Estuarine Restoration Capacity 2019 Pacific
Greater Farallones Association $1,511 To attend the Summit on Coastal & Estuarine Restoration Capacity 2019 Pacific
SkyTruth $1,250 To attend the American Geophysical Union conference. Capacity 2019 Pacific
Resources Legacy Fund $800,000 The Land-Sea Connection Fund will help advance the ecological resilience of California coastal and marine ecosystems to a wide range of threats by better integrating conservation efforts that target land-based threats to water quality and ocean health. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Communications, Keepers, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
The Water Foundation $100,000 Support for developing a scalable strategy to engage community-based organizations in watershed improvement projects in priority areas of Los Angeles County. Capacity, Civic Engagement, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Occidental Arts and Ecology Center $25,000 This grant will support the general operations of California Climate and Agriculture Network, a fiscally sponsored project of Occidental Arts and Ecology Center. Advocacy, Agriculture, Outreach, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Emerald Grown $65,000 Support for improving compliance and watershed stewardship of cannabis growers in select regions. Agriculture, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Heal the Bay $50,000 Support for advancing ecological standards for watershed improvement projects in Los Angeles County. Advocacy, Comprehensive Plans, Land Use, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
UC Santa Cruz Foundation $2,572 To attend the School of Philanthropy - Major Gifts Capacity 2019 Pacific
Windward Fund $100,000 The Liquid Assets Project is focused on developing financially innovative, ecologically sustainable water management solutions in two core areas - Agricultural and Ranchland Investment and Innovative Municipal Financing. Agriculture, Land Use, Political Will, Pollution, Water Quality 2019 Pacific
Bay Area Nonviolent Communication $1,000 Implementation of: a decentralized collaborative coordination infrastructure Communications, Non-traditional Allies 2019 Pacific
San Diego Coastkeeper $1,526 To attend the The Art and Science of Donor Development Conference Capacity 2019 Pacific
UC Santa Cruz Foundation $30,000 The Seymour Marine Discovery Center is a seaside learning center in Santa Cruz, California, that brings the adventures and explorations of ocean science to life. Civic Engagement, Fisheries, Non-traditional Allies, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution 2019 Pacific
Resources Legacy Fund $800,000 The Land-Sea Connection Fund will help advance the ecological resilience of California coastal and marine ecosystems to a wide range of threats by better integrating conservation efforts that target land-based threats to water quality and ocean health. Accountability, Advocacy, Agriculture, Capacity, Civic Engagement, Communications, Fisheries, Keepers, Land Use, Non-traditional Allies, Nutrients, Outreach, Political Will, Pollution, Stormwater, Water Quality 2019 Pacific