Killer Whale Tales
Helping share an award-winning curriculum.
Build a stronger, more diverse team of river stewards and advocates through a rafting and river education trip for Latine youth on the North Fork Nooksack River in June 2022.
Extend the tour and expand the venues of Braided River’s multimedia traveling exhibit as part of an innovative citizen action campaign to celebrate, protect, and restore Puget Sound.
Raincoast Conservation Foundation
Support the third season of Raincoast’s interactive online education program, Coastal Insights, as well as a Student Innovation Contest in partnership with Take A Stand: Youth for Conservation.
Provide Whatcom County K-8 students with hands-on, locally relevant learning activities focused on energy efficiency, water conservation, waste reduction and recycling, and climate science and impacts.
The Student Conservation Association
Offer diverse Seattle youth a paid opportunity to gain environmental education and workforce development skills through hands-on conservation projects at local parks and green spaces.
Pacific Shellfish Institute
Expand the Institute’s Exploring Plankton! lendable backpacks program by creating three new backpacks that will be available to classrooms and the public.
Vashon Nature Center
Enable the Vashon Nature Center to participate in an on-going community science effort to estimate wildlife population sizes for black bear, cougar, black-tailed deer, Roosevelt elk, bobcat, and coyote throughout the Salish Sea region.
Washington Environmental Council
Reduce threats to the survival of the critically-endangered Southern Resident orcas by supporting public conservation education work on Orca Month and the Give Them Space campaign.
Washington Association of Land Trusts
Support a gathering of more than 200 Salish Sea Ecoregion land conservation practitioners at the 2022 Northwest Land Camp, and underwrite a six-part Equitable Communications in Land Conservation workshop series.
The Great Peninsula Conservancy
Provide Land Labs sessions to approximately 300 students at Mountain View Middle School. The Land Labs program uses standards-based curriculum to connect students to the land and cultivate stewardship values in the next generation.
The Rivershed Society of BC
Develop an educational toolkit for the Foodlands Corridor Restoration Program, in partnership with local Indigenous communities and agricultural landholders.