2004 Special Opportunity Grant Awards

2004 Special Opportunity Grant Awards

Taxpayers Against Airport Growth-Watershed Watchers

Amount: $500

Project Description: Grassroots Citizen Opposition to the City of West Bend Airport Expansion

 

Friends of the Crawford Park District

Amount: $250

Project Description:  Funds to support Riverfest on May 21, 22, and 23, 2004 promoting improving water quality in area rivers

 

Lake Superior Alliance

Amount: $280

Project Description: Travel and registration costs for annual Waterkeeper Alliance conference

 

David Seagull

Amount: $250

Project Description: Climate Change Awareness Rally

 

Michigan United Conservation Clubs

Amount: $500

Project Description: Efforts to greatly expand the grassroots network of citizens involved in the protecion of aquatic habitats

 

Kate Trainer

Amount: $500

Project Description: Produce a short educational video to be used to advocate against the building of a coal-fired energy plant.

 

Greg Reisig

Amount: $500

Project Description: continued advocacy work at endangered wetland sites and a 'Rock the Wetland event

 

Friends of the Boyne River

Amount: $500

Project Description: Funds to pay for efforts to prevent the dumping of sewage effluent into the Boyne River

 

Clean Wisconsin

Amount: $200

Project Description:  Funds to send staff member to conference on Eastern Water Resources: Law, Policy, and Technology

 

Wisconsin Association of Lakes

Amount: $250

Project Description:  Hosting a symposium about managing aquatic exotics in Wisconsin's inland lakes

 

Dunkirk High School Earth Science Club

Amount: $300

Project Description:  Lake Erie Beach Grass Planting Project

 

Friends of the Detroit River

Amount: $500

Project Description: Fees for Friends of the Detroit River Board Development Workshop

 

Lower Dead River Watershed Council

Amount: $100

Project Description:  Awarded grant for responding to survey in the December 2003 edition of GLAHNews

 

Black Swamp Conservancy – Lake Erie Islands Chapter

Amount: $295

Project Description: Traveling Exhibit for Membership Campaign

 

Lone Tree Council

Amount: $500

Project Description:  Communicating the importance of wetland protection in Bay City.

 

Highway J Citizens Group

Amount: $500

Project Description: Professional consulting services for a wetlands and habitat assesment for effort to stop construction of Hwy J

 

Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation

Amount: $350

Project Description: Upgrading of Michigan Citizens for water Conservation's Computer System

 

Erie County Environmental Coalition

Amount: $350

Project Description: Funds to purchase a new computer as a replacement for an old computer that is no longer operational

 

North Toronto Green Community

Amount: $300

Project Description:  Participation in the Institute for Conservation Leadership's 'The Complete Fundraiser program

 

Mona Lake Watershed Council

Amount: $450

Project Description: Develop a display board and materials for use in May 2005 Second Annual Mona Lake Watershed Day.

 

River Raisin Watershed Council

Amount: $500

Project Description: Office equipment expenses due to sudden, necessary office move

 

Friends of Milwaukee's Rivers

Amount: $250

Project Description: Watershed Restoration Institute Training

 

 

Western New York Earth Day Steering Committee

Amount: $500

Project Description: 2004 WNY Earth Day acitivities focusing on the national Earth Day water theme

 

Kalamazoo River Protection Association

Amount: $300

Project Description: Costs to attend the River Network’s annual River Rally

 

 

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