The Foundation is dedicated to working in partnership with other like-minded organizations and is proud to present the recipients of our first round of 2018 grants.
We are looking forward to our next grant cycle. Please check our grant application deadlines.
Thank you for your interest in our work.
Clear Creek Task Force
Supporting work with students in Central Kitsap School District to educate them on water chemistry using a water quality monitoring program.
British Columbia Conservation Foundation/Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program
Funding to improve the quality of the annual educational outreach presentations and community programs.
Western WA University Foundation
Curriculum development for Salish Sea Studies – anchor courses for Salish Sea Studies minor. Proposal contains excellent cross-border collaboration and open-source format for use.
Education Supporting Habitat/Wildlife
Pacific Shellfish Institute
Support for bioblitz in South Puget Sound estuarine habitats – Budd Inlet, Eld Inlet, Nisqually Reach. Last bioblitz in 1998.
Northwest Watershed Institute
Expansion of successful Plant-A-Thon throughout Salish Sea region, and eventually nationally. Development of How To Run The Plant-A-Thon manual and video plus outreach to 10 Salish Sea partners.
Education via Film/Social Media/Web/Art/Hard Copy Publication
Friends of Deep Green Wilderness Fund
Add closed captioning in English and Spanish plus online toolkit and screening platform for documentary film Unknown Sea: A Voyage on the Salish. This film will be free to educators.
Friends of the San Juans
Development of science curriculum based on microplastics mitigation and single-use plastics education.
WA Association of Land Trusts
Support for Association’s training event, Integrating Climate Change into Conservation Strategies, which assists land trusts with information and training on climate change relating to their strategies.