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Scripps Institute of Oceanography $20,000 Shifting Baselines is an ocean media project that improves communication of ocean conservation issues using a wide array of tools, television commercials, short films, and film trailers, as well as a book and speaking tour. N/A 2008 Pacific
Scripps Institute of Oceanography $60,000 Shifting Baselines is an ocean media project that improves communication of ocean conservation issues using a wide array of tools, television commercials, short films, and film trailers, as well as a book and speaking tour. N/A 2009 Pacific
Seaweb $35,000 A communications-based organization that uses social marketing techniques - public opinion research, media training, tailored messaging, and creative methods of information sharing - to advance its mission of ocean conservation. N/A 2006 Pacific
Seaweb $35,000 A communications-based organization that uses social marketing techniques - public opinion research, media training, tailored messaging, and creative methods of information sharing - to advance its mission of ocean conservation. N/A 2007 Pacific
Seaweb $75,000 A communications-based organization that uses social marketing techniques - public opinion research, media training, tailored messaging, and creative methods of information sharing - to advance its mission of ocean conservation. N/A 2008 Pacific
Seaweb $50,000 A communications-based organization that uses social marketing techniques - public opinion research, media training, tailored messaging, and creative methods of information sharing - to advance its mission of ocean conservation. N/A 2009 Pacific
Seaweb $60,000 A communications-based organization that uses social marketing techniques - public opinion research, media training, tailored messaging, and creative methods of information sharing - to advance its mission of ocean conservation. N/A 2010 Pacific
Seaweb $10,000 The Marine Photobank is the leading resource of images focused on promoting a healthy ocean. Contributors include professional and amateur photographers, researchers, educators, activists, government staff and the general public. N/A 2009 Pacific
Seaweb $10,000 The Marine Photobank is the leading resource of images focused on promoting a healthy ocean. Contributors include professional and amateur photographers, researchers, educators, activists, government staff and the general public. N/A 2009 Pacific
Seaweb $15,000 The Marine Photobank is the leading resource of images focused on promoting a healthy ocean. Contributors include professional and amateur photographers, researchers, educators, activists, government staff and the general public. N/A 2010 Pacific
Seaweb $15,000 The Marine Photobank is the leading resource of images focused on promoting a healthy ocean. Contributors include professional and amateur photographers, researchers, educators, activists, government staff and the general public N/A 2011 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $50,000 Sierra Nevada Ecoregion ProjectThwart current logging plans of places such as Giant Sequoia National Monument and require scientifically based, balanced management of these national treasures. N/A 2005 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $50,000 The Environmental Law Program brings scientific and legal pressure to bear to thwart current logging plans and require balanced management of Giant Sequoia National Monument. N/A 2006 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $35,000 The Environmental Law Programs to create and prosecute legal strategies that focus on global warming, such as challenging proposals for 120 new coal-based power plants in 9 states. N/A 2006 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $20,000 The Environmental Law Program's Smart Energy Solutions initiative, promotes 21st Century technologies for clean, safe energy. As part of this project, the Sierra Club will work to challenge proposed coal-based power plants, defend support for new clean-car standards, and support incentives for alternative energy. N/A 2007 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $25,000 The Environmental Law Program works to promote a smarter energy future by fighting coal mining and coal plant pollution in the United States. ELP works to address the severe environmental threats posed by current practices of mountaintop removal coal mining and the reliance on the out-dated technology of coal-fired power plants. N/A 2008 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $50,000 The Environmental Law Program addresses the severe environmental threats posed by current practices of mountaintop removal coal mining and the reliance on the out-dated technology of coal-fired power plants, and works to promote a smarter energy future. N/A 2009 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $25,000 The Environmental Law Program selects and prosecutes judicial and administrative legal actions that strategically advance the Sierra Club's Climate Recovery Partnership. N/A 2010 Pacific
Sierra Club Foundation $25,000 The Beyond Coal Campaign focuses on protecting water quality, air quality, and human health from the ill effects of coal mining and coal-fired power plants, and slowing the effects of climate change by reducing CO2 emissions from coal plants. N/A 2011 Pacific
SkyTruth $5,000 Initial planning phase of a satellite monitoring program for the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument. N/A 2006 Pacific
SkyTruth $10,000 SkyTruth will provide the environmental community with day-to-day information and support about the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They engage the environmental community and decision makers to produce custom images and information products to inform the debate on climate and energy issues. N/A 2010 Pacific
SkyTruth $25,000 Increase citizen engagement and build political pressure for stronger oversight of shale-gas drilling throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed by utilizing satellite and aerial imagery and digital map data. N/A 2011 Pacific
Southern Alliance for Clean Energy $20,000 SACE works to increases in energy efficiency and renewable energy development and the permanent retirement of old, dirty inefficient coal-fired power plants in the Tennessee Valley. N/A 2010 Pacific
Sportfishing Conservancy $5,000 A growing alliance of sport fishing, conservation and community groups, together focusing on the perception that sportfishing and conservation are compatible. Fisheries 2010 Pacific
Surfrider Foundation $70,000 Demonstrate the value of Ecosystem-Based Management paradigms to coastal and ocean management by promoting localized models based on the unique needs of Ventura, California; Port Orford and Florence/Yachats,Oregon; and the Outer Coast of Washington. Water Quality 2009 Pacific
Surfrider Foundation $70,000 Demonstrate the value of Ecosystem-Based Management paradigms to coastal and ocean management by promoting localized models based on the unique needs of Ventura, California; Port Orford and Florence/Yachats,Oregon; and the Outer Coast of Washington. Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Surfrider Foundation $70,000 Demonstrate the value of Ecosystem-Based Management paradigms to coastal and ocean management by promoting localized models based on the unique needs of Ventura, California; Port Orford and Florence/Yachats, Oregon; and the Outer Coast of Washington. Water Quality 2007 Pacific
Surfrider Foundation $70,000 Demonstrate the value of Ecosystem-Based Management paradigms to coastal and ocean management by promoting localized models based on the unique needs of Ventura, California; Port Orford and Florence/Yachats,Oregon; and the Outer Coast of Washington. Water Quality 2008 Pacific
Sustainable Conservation $15,000 Sustainable Conservation will continue leading the Brake Pad Partnership - a first of its kind coalition of brake pad manufacturers, environmental organizations, and local storm water agencies to phase-out copper from brake pads. Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Sustainable Conservation $30,000 The Partners in Restoration program simplifies the otherwise complex and costly permitting process landowners face when implementing voluntary riparian restoration projects in and around waterways. This grant is for the purpose of scaling up the PIR Program to a statewide level. Water Quality 2011 Pacific
Sustainable Northwest $20,000 To develop an integrated strategy for restoring the social, environmental, and economic health of the Klamath Basin. Sustainable Northwest will provide stakeholder groups with the resources necessary to negotiate a comprehensive settlement agreement and sustainability plan being developed as part of the federal re-licensing of the Klamath Hydroelectric Project. N/A 2007 Pacific
Sustainable Northwest $20,000 To implement the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement N/A 2008 Pacific
Sustainable Northwest $50,000 Implement the proposed Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement N/A 2009 Pacific
Sustainable Northwest $50,000 Sustainable Northwest supports comprehensive, integrated environmental restoration and economic redevelopment in the Klamath River Basin, and has been a key player in the work to adopt and implement the landmark Klamath Basin Restoration Agreement. N/A 2010 Pacific
Taproot Foundation $30,000 The Service Grant Program recruits, trains and engages business professionals in pro bono service to provide nonprofits with timely, relevant assistance and enabling them to be more effective in achieving their missions. N/A 2009 Pacific
Bay Institute $50,000 The Bay Index Ecological Scorecard develops ecological indicators to identify performance measures and provide sound assessments of Bay-Delta conditions. The scorecard broadens the understanding of the connection between ecosystem conditions and resource management activities and provides a framework for greater collaboration and accountability among government agencies. N/A 2006 Pacific
Tides Center $50,000 Addressing a need for more effective marine scientist-communicators by ensuring that ocean scientific findings and insights are accessible, relevant, and communication ready, by providing scientists the communication tools they need to be effective and facilitating strategic communication and outreach opportunities. N/A 2011 Pacific
Trout Unlimited $40,000 The Water and Wine project, partners with winemakers and other landowners to promote alternate irrigation methods and water management objectives to protect salmon streams and aquatic resources. Water Quality 2007 Pacific
Trout Unlimited $40,000 The Water and Wine project works in close partnership with the wine industry, promoting environmental improvements that satisfy the agricultural demands for water of grape growers and wineries while enhancing stream flows. Water Quality 2008 Pacific
Trout Unlimited $40,000 The Water and Wine project works in close partnership with the wine industry, promoting environmental improvements that satisfy the agricultural demands for water of grape growers and wineries while enhancing stream flows. Water Quality 2009 Pacific
Trout Unlimited $40,000 Trout Unlimited develops streamflow stewardship pilot projects in anchor salmon and steelhead watersheds along California's coast. Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $20,000 Membership Development and Marketing Projects to build an active membership and self-sustaining donor program to support the ongoing core programs of the Trust. Water Quality 2004 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $35,000 Raise awareness of the potential impact on the Tuolumne River by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission water supply expansion project. Present options to the SFPUC's current plan that will promote efficient water use and community conservation responsibility for a reduction in the Tuolumne consumption to maintain or halt its current flow rate and support a healthy ecosystem. Water Quality 2006 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $40,000 Continued support for a plan to promote efficient water use and community conservation responsibility in order to support a healthy ecosystem in and around the Tuolumne River. Water Quality 2007 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $40,000 The Bay Area Water Stewardship Program seeks to encourage the San Francisco Public Utility Commission Water Quality 2008 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $80,000 The Bay Area Water Stewardship Program seeks to encourage the San Francisco Public Utility Commission and its wholesale customers to adopt a plan that provides for needed repairs to the Hetch Hetchy water system, includes funding for environmental restoration and protection, and meets increasing demands for water through increased conservation, efficiency, and recycling. Water Quality 2009 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $80,000 The Tuolumne River Trust's Water Stewardship Program aims to ensure the successful implementation of the Water System Improvement Program (WSIP). The Trust will work with cities, water agencies, businesses, organizations and individuals to make sure sales, conservation and recycling goals are not only met, but exceeded. Water Quality 2010 Pacific
Tuolumne River Preservation Trust $80,000 The Bay Area Water Stewardship Program seeks to revive the Tuolumne by promoting water conservation and then ensuring the water we save flows down the river to the ocean to benefit fish, wildlife, water quality and recreation. Water Quality 2011 Pacific
Turtle Island Restoration Network $30,000 Strengthen existing regulations related to gillnet and longline fishing by combining public education and activism, earned and paid media, coalition building, policy development, legal action and consumer pressure, to protect populations of endangered sea turtles, strengthen sustainable fishing along the West Coast and encourage community participation in marine conservation issues. Fisheries 2006 Pacific
Turtle Island Restoration Network $30,000 Continued support for advocacy and public education related to preventing destructive fishing along the West Coast. Fisheries 2007 Pacific