The Shared Earth Foundation Grants, FY 2012
Alliance for International Reforestation DeLand, FL $15,000
To continue programs of tree-planting and efficient stove construction for the
EcoAmerica Washington, DC $5,000.00
ecoAmerica uses consumer research and strategic partnerships to build programs
National Aquarium in Baltimore Baltimore, MD $15,000.00
Providing needed equipment for the Marine Animal Rescue Program, which treats
Northern Jaguar Project Tucson, AZ $25,000.00
Continued support for Jaguar Reserve in Sonora, Mexico, protecting, enhancing and
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Front Royal, VA $15,000.00
For a systematic reproductive, health and welfare assessment of working elephants in
Washington College Chestertown, MD $20,000.00
Contribution to the Endowment for the Center for Environment and Society.
Western Environmental Law Center Eugene, OR $10,000.00
To protect and restore the enigmatic wolverine in the West.
Wildlife Media Bellingham, WA $15,000.00
To help produce the film BEARTREK and provide organizational support for the
Adkins Arboretum Ridgely, MD $15,000
Continuation of experimental program, Targeted Goat Grazing, using goats as eco-
Atlanta Botanical Garden Atlanta, GA $6,000.00
To expand ongoing conservation of frog species in Chile, to build a breeding facility
Bat Conservation International Austin, TX $10,000.00
Advocacy on Capitol Hill for expand the response to White Nose Syndrome, which is
Center for Environmental Film Making American University, Washington, DC $10,000.00
Support for film, "Shooting in the Wild", which exposes deception and abuse of audiences,
as well as highlighting ethical wildlife filming and photographing.
Chester River Association Chestertown, MD $15,000.00
To assist with the Association's River Advocacy, Septic System Upgrade and Farm
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy Queenstown, MD $15,000.00
Annual Planning Conference XIII
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy Queenstown, MD $2,750.00
Participation in National Conservation Leadership's Fellows Program
Environmental Film Festival Washington, DC $15,000.00
20th Environmental Film Festival, featuring moe than 150 films in over 50 venues across Washington, DC.
Environmental Investigation Agency Washington, DC $15,000.00
Working to prevent illegal logging in forested nations by promoting the effective
LEAP Oakland, CA and Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia $5,000.00
To help the small community of Abai in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, conserve its
LEAP Oakland, CA and Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia $15,000.00
Support for the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Center and its work protecting and
LEAP Oakland, CA $50,000.00
Operating funds to enable Land Empowerment Animals People to improve human
the lives of people and conserve wildlife in Sabah.
LEAP Oakland, CA and Sukau, Sabah, Malaysia $25,000.00
To assist HUTAN's research, conservation and ecotourism along the Lower
Kinabatangan River in Sabah.
The Maryland/DC Chapter of The Nature Conservancy Bethesda, MD $25,000.00
Ayampe Water Fund, Ecuador, using a city's payments for water to restore the
Rachel's Network Washington, DC $20,000.00
Promoting women as empassioned leaders and agents of change dedicated to
stewardship of the Earth.
Red Wolf Coalition Columbia, NC $5,000.00
Continued support for protection of the endangered Red Wolf in North Carolina.
Savannah Science Museum Savannah, Georgia $5,000.00
Saving Endangered Sea Turtles and their habitat on Wassaw Island; conducting
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute Front Royal, VA $10,000.00
Continue search for a microbial species to use as a probiotic treatment against the
Snow Leopard Conservancy Sonoma, CA $1,500.00
For genetic studies to add to the body of knowledge about these rare, endangered
Snow Leopard Conservancy Sonoma, CA $25,000.00
Conservation of Snow Leopards throughout their mountainous Himalayan range,
Wildlife Conservation Society Bronx, NY $13,340.00
Conservation of the Bolivian Guanaco, the fourth New World camel.
Woodland Park Zoo Seattle, WA $10,000.00
To help the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program reach its match offered by
World Parrot Trust Lake Alfred, FL $1,000.00
FlyFree program, protecting endangered parrots around the world.