The Environment

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Walla Walla Watershed Foundation

Grant Amount: $10,000
Project: Walla Walla Basin Watershed Council Education Outreach Program
Year: 2017
Location: Walla Walla, WA
About:

The program engages 600+ students and 100+ adults each year in a collection of experiential learning activities to improve audience’s understanding of natural resources and systems, to foster restoration and sustainability in the Walla Walla watershed basin.



Wallowa Resources

Grant Amount: $15,000
Project: All-Lands Forest Stewardship Coordination Across the Northern Blues
Year: 2021
Location: Enterprise, OR
About:

Funds will support coordination and implementation for six cross-boundary projects across Umatilla, Baker, Union and Wallowa counties as part of the ten year Northern Blues Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project (CFLRP).



Wilderness International, Inc.

Grant Amount: $7,300
Project: Canby Community Park Wetlands Youth Conservation Project
Year: 2013
Location: Canby, Or
About:

The Wilderness International Youth Conservation Corps program exists to build life skills in the lives of at-risk youth while completing important conservation projects.  This program enhances the native habitat and public access of the Youth & Disabled Citizens Fishing Pond & adjoining wetlands trail system at the Canby Community Park.  In addition, youth crew members receive training, college credit, stipends and job skills development from the program.

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Willamette Riverkeeper

Grant Amount: $12,000
Project: Support for Willamette Riverkeeper's four major programs: River Discovery, Clean Water, Habitat Restoration and Water Monitoring.
Year: 2013
Location: Portland, OR
About:

Through Willamette Riverkeeper’s four major programs, adults and youth are involved in paddling trips, nature walks, and other outreach activities to inspire stewardship and personal responsibility resulting in a cleaner, healthier river; Willamette Riverkeeper will strategically enforce laws and monitor sites to reduce the amount of pollution entering our rivers and streams and restore riparian health to key Willamette sites to aid native fish and wildlife, improve water quality, and cultivate stewards within our community.


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