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YearNameOrganizationLocationAward Amount
2015Abundance Estimate for Northern Anchovy in the Central-Southern California CurrentFarallon InstituteProject location is U.S. West Coast focused on the coast of California.$22,500.13
2015Acoustic Monitoring of Seabirds on Ta’u Island, American Samoa - IIConservation Metrics, Inc.Mt. Lata is located on Ta'u Island and is part of the National Park of American Samoa. The summit of Mt. Lata is visited only rarely because of logistical difficulties and to avoid making trails for invasive predators (Pigs, Cats, etc.) . Thus automated surveys offer key advantages for managers.$24,080.00
2015Agricultural Stormwater Cascading System (ASCS) in Hambleton Creek, Queen Anne's County (MD)Earth Data, Inc.Hambleton Creek, a sub watershed of Chester River, in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland$49,719.60
2015Assessing Agricultural Best Management Practices and Modeling in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County (PA)Lancaster Farmland TrustThe project will take place in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County, PA.$48,542.40
2015Blue Creek Salmon Sanctuary (CA)Western Rivers ConservancyPrivate land adjacent to Six Rivers National Forest. Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, northwestern California.$92,750.00
2015Breaking Down Barriers to Conservation: Targeted outreach to increase the adoption of Woodchip Bioreactors on farms which Eastern Shore Land Conservancy currently holds agricultural easements (MD)Earth Data, Inc.Engage agricultural community and to expand the integration of effective, innovative best management practices on properties across priority watershed in six counties on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.$49,997.32
2015Building Capacity in the Caribbean to Conserve the Black-capped PetrelBirdLife InternationalCapacity building will focus on staff working in Grupo Jaragua office in Santo Domingo, and BCPE Field Managers from DR and Haiti. Match fund fieldwork will be undertaken in Sierra de Bahoruco around Loma de Toro (DR) and Morne Vincent (Haiti) and nearby Massif de la Selle (Haiti).$162,868.10
2015Camp Creek Whole Watershed Restoration (OR)Partnership for the Umpqua RiversThe project location is near Scottsburg, Oregon in the Middle Umpqua River Watershed at -123.8252, 43.6152. The project area consists of the first four miles of the mainstem Camp Creek below anadromy.$49,279.50
2015Chicago River Downtown Foundation Habitat Project (IL)Friends of the Chicago RiverThe project location is the Main Stem which is a busy commercial and tourism hub alive with boats and barges flanked by roads and high rises. To the east the Chicago Lock accommodates boat traffic allowing regular fish passage. To the west is the confluence with the North Branch and South Branch.$175,000.00
2015Chicano Park Gateway Greening (CA)Urban Corps of San Diego CountyThe project site is located adjacent to the southern entrance to historic Chicano Park in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego, California. The site is owned and maintained by the City of San Diego Park and Recreation Department.$42,155.50
2015Clark Fork Watershed Restoration and Reconnection (MT)Trout Unlimited, Inc.The project is located in western Montana's Clark Fork River watershed in Missoula, Powell and Granite counties on both privately owned and federally managed lands.$97,500.00
2015Connecticut and Merrimack River Basins Reconnection (VT, NH)Trout Unlimited, Inc.Priority watersheds within the Connecticut and Merrimack Rivers of eastern VT and western NH. Watersheds with healthy but fragmented habitat, protected lands, and opportunity to protect existing native populations are the focus.$90,000.00
2015Conservation Action Plan for the Ashy Storm-Petrel (Mexico, California)California Institute of Environmental StudiesNorthern Baja California (Mexico) through California$49,500.00
2015Council Rural Environmental Stewardship Team Program: Gateway to Natural Resource Employment and Conservation Leadership (ID)Council School District No.13Council, Krassel and Weiser Ranger Districts, Payette National Forest; City of Council; private land in Adams County in Weiser River and Little Salmon River watersheds; Lower Salmon River Corridor (BLM is the land management agency)$34,410.00
2015Deschutes Water Transactions 2015 (OR)Deschutes River ConservancyThis project is located in Oregon's Deschutes Basin. It focuses on the Deschutes River, a tributary to the Columbia River, and its tributaries in central Oregon.$249,260.22
2015Developing a Riverfront Park along the Chicago River (IL)Chicago Park DistrictUnimproved Park 571 is located at 2801 S. Eleanor on the south west side of Chicago, along the south branch of the Chicago River. The site is located in the minority community of Bridgeport, which has a 16 acre open space deficit.$259,000.00
2015Developing the Next Generation of Conservationists in Mason Valley (NV)Mason Valley Conservation DistrictThis Project is located in Nevada, adjacent to the Walker River, East and West Forks as well as the main drainage below the confluence of the two forks from the California-Nevada State Line to the Lyon-Mineral County line.$49,560.24
2015Eastern Brook Trout Aquatic Organism Passage (NH)Connecticut River Watershed Council, Inc.Oliverian Brook watershed, including the North Branch and Titus Brook tributaries which flow off USFS lands into the Connecticut River watershed, in the town of Haverhill, New Hampshire (Grafton Co.).$50,050.00
2015Eastern Brook Trout Sampling in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties II (PA)California University of PennsylvaniaThe project will include 20 selected streams in areas along the Chestnut Ridge in Southwestern Pennsylvania, encompassing portions of Westmoreland and Fayette counties. Streams will be determined from those identified by PFBC Area 8 biologist as priorities.$4,968.00
2015Engaging Private Landowners in ConservationResources First FoundationThe states that will benefit from this project are Colorado, Idaho,Kansas, Montana, Nevada,New Mexico, North Dakota,Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington,Wyoming.$100,000.00