The Shared Earth Foundation
Grants, FY 2003
Invasive Species Management Project at the Arboretum on Maryland's Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
To help create the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, and Conservation Area in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, to minimize threats to sustainable livelihoods while achieving important conservation goals.
for International Reforestation
Increasing staff support to enable AIR to expand its services to more communities in Guatemala's highlands.
Preparation of stories, lessons and challenges relating to community forestry for strategic distribution to popular audiences.
Corps Reform Campaign, to reform the Corps of Engineers through legislative, administrative and legal channels.
Animal Legal Defense Fun $10,000.00
Tolerance for Cruelty Campaign, to assure that animal abuse is recognized and dealt with as the serious crime that it is.
Center for Policy Alternatives $20,000.00
Continuation of partnership with other organizations to advance progressive environmental policy in the States.
Fields Institute $10,000.00
To foster a sustainable agricultural community on Maryland's Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
River Association $15,000.00
Continuation of Riverkeeper Program on the Chester River, Maryland, tributary to the Chesapeake Bay.
Clean Water Network $500.00
Assistance with the Conference on Confined Animal Feeding Operations.
of Wildlife $25,000.00
To continue defending wildlife and the lands on which they live, through legislative, administrative and legal actions.
To assist in expansion of Native Forest Gardeners program, planting local wild trees in the Washington area.
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy $10,000.00
Sponsoring the 5th Annual Planning Conference and County Workshops for planners on the Maryland's Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
Film Festival $10,000.00
To support the Environmental Film Festival 2004.
Aquarium in Baltimore $10,000.00
To provide biofilters for the Sea Turtle critical care hospital pool, thereby increasing the number of injured wild Sea Turtles for which the Aquarium can heal and release.
National Center for Animal Law
Twelfth Animal Law Conference, National Center for Animal Law, Lewis&Clark College.
Parks and Conservation Association
To continue the Motorized Abuse Program, preserving silence in National Parks.
The Nature Conservancy $35,000.00
Continuation of Bolivian Programs, managing national parks and protecting pristine areas in Bolivia.
Foundation International $25,000.00
Los Angeles, CA
Restoration of orangutans to their natural habitat, including release, monitoring and safeguarding their habitat.
To help the Center for Economic and Social Rights (CDES) in its work to achieve full rights for indigenous communities in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility $15,000.00
Funds will defend Forest Service archaeologist whistleblower and work to force USFS to acknowledge, and use, the forests' history in its planning for the National Forests of the Southeast.
General Support for a women's environmental network working to make the environment an important part of the national agenda.
Center for Tropical Conservation
To implement web site content plan for Mesoamerican Ecotourism Alliance.
Savannah Science Museum
To continue the Caretta Research Project's on-going sea turtle research, rescue and protection, Wassaw National Wildlife Refuge, GA.
To continue the work of the National Zoo's Conservation & Research Center, begun with the successful birth of the Zoo's Asian Elephant calf Kandula, to foster reproduction of urban elephants.
Leopard Conservancy $10,000.00
Los Gatos, CA
To expand protection of the Snow Leopard to its range in Pakistan.
Continuation of Forest Conservation flight operations to publicize impacts of current forest practices in the Southeast and provide protection for native habitats.
Environmental Law Center $10,000.00
Private Forest Protection Project.
Sultana Projects, Inc. $9,000.00
Education programs on Chesapeake Bay ecology, equipment for Under Sail programs, aboard the Schooner Sultana sailing the Chesapeake Bay.
Environmental Law Center $10,000.00
Predator Protection Project.
Land Exchange Project $10,000.00
To assist in protection of the public interest in government land exchanges.
Conservation Society $10,000.00
Continuation of program: Guanaco Conservation, Bolivia.
To help promote sustainable consumption to achieve a sustainable world.