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All Grants Awarded in FY2009

Operating Support

Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $8,000


Alaska Community Action on Toxics

Anchorage, AK * $7,000


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $10,000


Alaska Conservation Voters

Anchorage, AK * $12,000


Alaska Marine Conservation Council

Anchorage, AK * $9,000


Alaskans for Responsible Mining

Anchorage, AK * $6,000


Anchorage Citizens’ Coalition

Anchorage, AK * $3,000


Cook Inletkeeper

Homer, AK * $10,000


Copper River Watershed Project

Cordova, AK * $5,000


Denali Citizens’ Council

Denali Park, AK * $5,000


Friends of Mat-Su

Palmer, AK * $9,000


Gwich’in Steering Committee

Fairbanks, AK * $5,000


Lynn Canal Conservation, Inc.

Haines, AK * $5,000


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $9,000


Renewable Energy Project Alaska

Anchorage, AK * $9,000


Sitka Conservation Society

Sitka, AK * $7,000


Southeast Alaska Conservation Council

Juneau, AK * $9,000


Southeast Alaska Conservation Council–Alaska Transportation Priorities Project

Juneau, AK * $5,000


Trustees for Alaska

Anchorage, AK * $10,000


Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council

Anchorage, AK * $8,000

 

Rapid Response Grants

Butte Area Residents’ Civic Organization

Palmer, AK * $14,500

Knik River Public Use Area Management Administrative Appeal

 

Opportunity Grants

Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $750

Environmental Leadership Institute Participation


Alaska Community Action on Toxics

Anchorage, AK * $2,000

Board Training in Grassroots Fundraising


Alaska Marine Conservation Council

Anchorage, AK * $2,500

Coastal Community Outreach on Oceans Acidification and Climate Change


Alaska Public Interest Research Group

Anchorage, AK * $500

Clean Elections Campaign


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK * $2,000

Statewide Leadership Retreat


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK * $2,000

2008 Art in Action Project


Alaskans for Responsible Mining

Anchorage, AK * $2,500

Strategic Planning Consultant


Anchorage Citizens’ Coalition

Anchorage, AK * $1,400

Urban Planning Presentation


Anchorage Waterways Council

Anchorage, AK * $750

Watershed Conference Participation


Cascadia Wildlands Project

Eugene, OR * $750

Trans-Alaska Pipeline Oversight


Cascadia Wildlands Project

Eugene, OR * $1,500

Citizens’ Oversight for Trans-Alaska Pipeline – Stakeholder Meeting


Copper River Watershed Project

Cordova, AK * $2,000

Strategic Planning


Earth Island Institute

Berkeley, CA * $2,000

Cruise Ship Reform Campaign


Gwich’in Steering Committee

Fairbanks, AK * $2,000

Participation in National Congress of American Indians Annual Conference


Gwich’in Steering Committee

Fairbanks, AK * $1,000

Support for Gwich’in Gathering


ICLEI (International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives)

Oakland, CA * $2,080

Alaska Municipal League-ICLEI USA 2nd Annual Conference on Climate Change


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $2,000

Transition Assistance


Prince William Soundkeeper

Cordova, AK * $1,670

Cruise Ship Discharge Regulations/Head Tax Campaign


Prince William Soundkeeper

Cordova, AK * $2,500

Grantwriting Services for Clean Harbors Program


Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance

Seward, AK * $2,000

Strategic Planning


Southeast Alaska Conservation Council—Alaska Transportation Priorities Project

Juneau, AK * $1,500

Anchorage/Mat-Su Borough Commuter Options: An Analysis for Decision-Makers and the Public


Tongass Conservation Society

Ketchikan, AK * $2,000

Financial Management


Trustees for Alaska

Anchorage, AK *$2,500

Challenge Public Review Regulations


Garrison Wilts

Anchorage, AK * $865

Energy $aver Project


Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment

Copper Center, AK * $1,000

Earth Discovery Day and Changing Seasons Programs


Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council

Anchorage, AK * $2,500

Biennial Support Keynote Speaker 

 

Donor-Advised & Restricted Grants

Alaska Bird Observatory

Fairbanks, AK * $1,500

Environmental Education Initiatives


Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $100

Operating Support


Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $1,500

Environmental Education – Trailside Discovery


Alaska Community Action on Toxics

Anchorage, AK * $10,000

Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Legacy Project


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $8,000

Operating Support


Alaska Conservation Voters

Anchorage, AK * $5,000

Energy Solutions Communications


Alaska Conservation Voters

Anchorage, AK * $12,000

Operating Support


Alaska Geographic

Anchorage, AK * $350

Operating Support


Alaska Public Interest Research Group

Anchorage, AK * $500

Clean Elections Campaign


Alaska Wilderness League

Washington, DC * $500

Operating Support


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK * $2,500

Civics and Conservation Summit


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK * $500

Operating Support


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK * $300

Environmental Education Initiatives


Alaskans for Clean Water

Anchorage, AK * $3,500

Clean Water Initiative Outreach


Anchorage Waterways Council

Anchorage, AK * $4,150

Operating Support


Bicycle Commuters of Anchorage

Anchorage, AK * $500

Pro-sustainable Transportation Film by Carl Battreall


Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies

Homer, AK * $1,500

Environmental Education Initiatives


Cook Inletkeeper

Homer, AK * $100

Operating Support


Discovery Southeast

Juneau, AK * $1,500

Environmental Education Initiatives


Newtok Traditional Council

Newtok, AK * $1,500

Climate Change Congressional Meeting


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $1,500

Camp Habitat Environmental Education


Renewable Energy Alaska Project

Anchorage, AK * $1,000

Operating Support


Southeast Alaska Conservation Council

Juneau, AK * $9,000

Operating Support


The Ocean Foundation

Washington, DC * $1,500

Alaska Conservation Solutions Fund


Trout Unlimited, Alaska Program

Juneau, AK * $4,200

Clean Water Initiative Outreach


Trustees for Alaska

Anchorage, AK * $3,000

Legal Research for Ambler Arctic Mine


Wrangell Institute for Science and Environment

Copper Center, AK * $1,500

Environmental Education Initiatives


Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council

Anchorage, AK * $2,665

Kobuk River Protection Effort


Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council

Anchorage, AK * $1,101

Operating Support


Climate and Energy

Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $20,000

Alaska Coal Workshop Series


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $500

Fall Alaska Dialogue on Energy


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $90,000

Statewide Energy Coordinator


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $75,000

Polling and Focus Groups – Coal and Energy


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $15,000

Legislative Fly-In – Alaska Coal Working Group


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $39,000

Alaska Coal Working Group Support Services


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $14,000

Utility Co-op Outreach


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $15,000

Coal Communications


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK * $2,500

Civics and Conservation Summit—Renewable Energy


Center for Science in Public Participation

Bozeman, MT * $40,000

Technical Support – Alaska Coal Working Group


Chugach Reliability Group, LLC

Anchorage, AK * $8,000

Chugach Electric Association Outreach


Chuitna Citizens NO-COALition

Beluga, AK * $15,000

Grassroots Organizing – Chuitna Mine


Cook Inletkeeper

Homer, AK * $10,000

Legislative Organizer – Coal


EARTHWORKS

Washington, DC * $50,000

Chuitna Corporate Pressure Campaign


Dan Fitzgerald

Haines, AK * $25,000

Regulatory Commission of Alaska Study


Ground Truth Trekking

Seldovia, AK * $10,000

Alaska Coal Website


Homer Electric Association Members Forum

Homer, AK * $10,000

HEA Outreach


Indigenous Education Network of Turtle Island—REDOIL

Bemidji, MN * $10,000

Western Arctic Regional Coal Workshop


Matanuska Electric Association Ratepayer’s Alliance

Palmer, AK * $6,000

Protecting the Valley Power Plant Ordinance


Matanuska Electric Association Ratepayer’s Alliance

Palmer, AK * $500

Fall Alaska Dialogue on Energy


Matanuska Electric Association Ratepayer’s Alliance

Palmer, AK * $15,000

Utility Co-op Organizing


Matanuska Electric Association Ratepayer’s Alliance

Palmer, AK * $8,000

MEA Outreach


National Wildlife Federation

Anchorage, AK * $2,000

Youth Attendance, Powershift 2009


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $11,000

Hatch Report Analysis


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $104,630

Interior Coal Organizer


Native Village of Point Hope

Point Hope, AK * $3,896

Participation in Alaska Coal Working Group Annual Meeting


Renewable Energy Alaska Project

Anchorage, AK * $12,500

Business of Renewable Energy Conference


Renewable Energy Alaska Project

Anchorage, AK * $15,000

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Advocacy


Resource Media

San Francisco, CA * $50,000

Media Support


Trustees for Alaska

Anchorage, AK * $196,700

Legal Support—Alaska Coal Working Group

 

Bristol Bay 

Center for Science in Public Participation

Bozeman, MT * $130,000

Technical Support – Bristol Bay Campaign


Nunamta Aulukestai

Dillingham, AK * $631,383

Bristol Bay Protection Campaign – Building Regional Support and Organizational Capacity


Resource Media

San Francisco, CA * $100,626

Media Support for Bristol Bay Campaign


Trustees for Alaska

Anchorage, AK * $90,000

Legal Services for Bristol Bay Campaign

 

Tongass Rainforest

Resource Media

San Francisco, CA * $50,000

Tongass Focus Groups

 

Community Capacity

Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $5,400

Executive Leadership Training


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $3,500

Executive Director Transition


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $10,000

Executive Leadership Support


Trustees for Alaska

Anchorage, AK * $2,000

Executive Search Support


Strategies for Alaska’s Future

Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK * $22,500

Grassroots Organizing


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK * $25,500

Coordination Efforts


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK * $22,779

Grassroots Organizing


Southeast Alaska Conservation Council

Juneau, AK * $15,000

Grassroots Organizing

 

Conservation Internship Program Grants

Alaska Center for the Environment

Anchorage, AK

Sara Rafalson


Alaska Community Action on Toxics

Anchorage, AK

Samarys Seguinot-Medina


Alaska Conservation Alliance

Anchorage, AK

Laura Silverman


Alaska Conservation Foundation (Alaska Coal Working Group)

Anchorage, AK

Marty Schnure


Alaska Marine Conservation Council

Anchorage, AK

Julia Beatty


Alaska Youth for Environmental Action

Anchorage, AK

Samantha Hoeffler


Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies

Homer, AK

Jessica Pollock


Cook Inletkeeper

Homer, AK

Liza Mitchell


Discovery Southeast

Juneau, AK

Nicole Hampsten


Great Land Trust

Anchorage, AK

Katherine Teale


Juneau Watershed Partnership

Juneau, AK

Lia Mastropolo


Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Fairbanks, AK

Jenna Hertz


Renewable Energy Alaska Project

Anchorage, AK

Nora Gecan


Sitka Conservation Society

Sitka, AK

Lexi Fish


Southeast Alaska Conservation Council

Juneau, AK

April Christensen


Taiya Inlet Watershed Council

Skagway, AK

Samantha Buechner


Takshanuk Watershed Council

Haines, AK

Tyler Stuart


US Fish & Wildlife Service

Anchorage, AK

Theresa Spang


Yakutat Salmon Board

Yakutat, AK

Nicole Jones


Yukon River Inter-Tribal Watershed Council

Anchorage, AK

Alanna Purdy