Outside The Box
Grants List Year Ending 12/31/2011
Conservation Leaders Network – $2,000
Educates and rallies county commissioners to protect America’s natural resources.
PO Box 46, Wedderburn OR 97491
Dan Grossman – “Hot Topics” – $4,500
Grossman combines personal accounts of the effects of climate change with scientific data to produce radio and internet documentation of the impacts of global warming on people worldwide.
25 Hawthorn St., Watertown MA 02472
Earth Policy Institute – $200
General support for research and publication of information on sustainability.
1350 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 403, Washington, DC 20036
Northwest Earth Institute – Discussion courses on environmental issues – $2,000
Northwest Earth Institute offers (6) 8-week discussion courses ranging from Volunteer Simplicity to Healthy Children – Healthy Planet. This grant supports the expansion of the program and developing a sustainable financial base.
Northwest Earth Institute, 107 SE Washington Street #235, Portland, OR 97214
Immense Possibilities – Southern Oregon Public Television – $5,000
Jeff Golden uses a weekly TV program to highlight social entrepreneurs who are creating vibrant communities and solving challenges that old systems cannot address.
PO Box 1232, Ashland, OR 97520
Inika Small Earth – $4,000
Establish recycling programs in San Diego public schools in conjunction with educational programs for students and parents.
Sarah Boltwala-Mesina, Inika Small Earth, Inc., 13326 Via Santillana, San Diego, Ca 92129
Slide Ranch –Grant for program development – $5,000
Slide Ranch provides hands on educational experience to help children understand the interrelationship of natural systems and their own lives. Training is also provided for educators through its internship programs.
Slide Ranch, 2025 Shoreline Highway, Muir Beach, CA 94965
Our Task – $4,000
Our Task is giving young people a voice in the global decisions that will shape their future.
Our Task, P.O. Box 17076, Arlington VA 22216-7076
St. Kitts Sea Turtle Monitoring Network – $3,700
As part of a larger program to preserve Leatherback Turtles, SKSTMN is actively engaged in creating alternative livelihoods for turtle fishers by training them to make glass beads and jewelry from recycled glass and materials from cleaning up turtle nesting beaches.
P.O. Box 2298, Basseterre, St. Kitts
Big Wildlife – $1,500
Working to insure the long term survival of top carnivores in the west.
Big Wildlife, POB 489, Williams, OR 97544
Tim Palmer – $2,500
Research and writing of book “The disappearing Glaciers of California”
PO 1286, Port Orford, OR 97465
Klamath Siskiyou Wild – $3,000
Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center is an advocate for the forests, wildlife and waters of the Klamath and Rogue River Basins of southwest Oregon and northwest California. We use environmental law, science, collaboration, education and grassroots organizing to defend healthy ecosystems and help build sustainable communities.
PO Box 102, Ashland, OR 97520
Western Lands Project – $2,000
Western lands Project analyzes proposals to convert public land to private ownership to insure the preservation of public lands for future generations.
P.O. Box 95545 Seattle, WA 98145-2545
The Developing World
Trees Water People – $4,000
Support of fuel-efficient stove building and tree nursery operations in El Salvador.
633 Remington St., Fort Collins, CO 80524
Federal Tax ID #84-1462044
Energy and the Environment
Alan Kapuler Ph.D. – Developing new lines of open pollinated food crops – $3,000
Dr. Kapuler, using traditional breeding techniques, is developing new open pollinated varieties of vegetables and grains with the goal of increasing their nutritional value by crossing them with wild varieties.
Alan M. Kapuler Ph.D., 2385 SE. Thompson St., Corvallis, OR 97333
Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide – Protecting Natural Resources – $4,000
E-LAW U.S. gives partners and scientists in Chile, India, Jamaica, Sri Lanka, and around the world the scientific training, support, and resources they need to protect the climate and local environments by advancing clean, renewable energy.
E-LAW U.S., 1877 Garden Ave., Eugene, OR 97403
Post Carbon Institute – General fund – $2,000
Post Carbon Institute pays leading role in providing research and information assisting the transition to a more resilient, equitable, and sustainable world.
613 4th Street, Suite 208, Santa Rosa, California 95404 USA