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YearNameOrganizationLocationAward Amount
2018Applied Marine Research to Support Management of Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument (HI)Bishop MuseumFrench Frigate Shoals, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, Hawaii (HI)$899,828.54
2018Black Rhino Translocation from San Diego Zoo to Singita Grumeti Reserve, TanzaniaZoological Society of San DiegoSingita Grumeti Reserve, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania$154,666.00
2018Catalyzing Private Landowner Contributions to Alabama Gulf Coast Conservation (AL) - IIAlabama Wildlife FederationBaldwin, Mobile, Escambia and Washington counties, Alabama$84,224.02
2018Columbia Cascade Water Transaction Development and Implementation (WA)Trout Unlimited, Inc.Entiat, Wenatchee, Methow, and Yakima River Basins, Washington$204,475.04
2018Determine Vital Rates in Eastern Pacific Leatherback Sea Turtles (Mexico)The Ocean FoundationBarra de la Cruz, Playa Grande, Tierra Colorado, Cahuitan and Chacahua in Oaxaca, Mexico $45,536.15
2018Developing Tools to Prevent Extinction and Recover Threatened and Endangered SeabirdsUniversity of California - Santa CruzGlobal$249,984.22
2018Fisheries Bycatch Assessment at Sea Turtle Foraging Grounds in Colombia and PanamaUniversity of North Carolina - WilmingtonPacific coast of Colombia and Panama$54,956.50
2018Floodplain Habitat Restoration and Monitoring to Restore Coho Salmon in the Klamath Basin (CA)Scott River Watershed CouncilThe project will be in the “Yuba Dredge Tailings” reach within the historic Scott River floodplain, just south (upstream) of where Sugar Creek enters the Scott River, and just east of where Sugar Creek crosses Highway 3, in Siskiyou County, in the Klamath River watershed in northern California.$255,874.94
2018Florida Grasshopper Sparrow RecoveryNational Fish and Wildlife Foundation$23,244.75
2018Florida Grasshopper Sparrow RecoveryThe Peregrine Fund, Inc.$23,244.75
2018Florida Grasshopper Sparrow RecoveryFlorida Audubon Society, Inc.$23,244.75
2018Florida Grasshopper Sparrow RecoveryNational Audubon Society, Inc.$23,244.75
2018Flow Restoration Development in the Walla Walla, Umatilla, and Upper Grande Ronde (OR, WA)Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian ReservationUmatilla, Walla Walla, Grande Ronde, Tucannon, Touchet and John Day River subbasins of Washington and Oregon. $167,250.14
2018Flow Restoration Program Support (OR)Oregon Water Resources DepartmentUmatilla, Walla Walla, and Upper Grande Ronde River basins in Oregon. $15,241.47
2018Flow Restoration to benefit Chinook salmon, steelhead, and native trout (ID)Idaho Department of Water ResourcesUpper Salmon River Basin and Teton River Basin, Idaho$617,671.30
2018Gunnison Sage-grouse Collaborative Action Plan Project and Plan DevelopmentWetland Dynamics, LLCThe sagebrush landscapes program grant 60057 project location covers the rangewide distribution of the Gunnison Sage-grouse in Colorado and Utah.$63,499.57
2018Horse Creek Supplemental Design Project (CA)Mid Klamath Watershed CouncilThe project reach is a one-and-a-half mile reach of Horse Creek, extending from 1,500 feet downstream of the confluence with Middle Creek to the upstream end of the Horse Creek Valley, encompassing approximately 85 acres. The project is on private land in Siskiyou County, California.$131,541.15
2018Improving Soil Health in Eastern South DakotaSouth Dakota Soil Health CoalitionSouth Dakota Soil Health Coalition will provide boots on the ground to focus on implementing our project goal to eastern South Dakota. Targeting counties with low no till acres according to USDA NRCS 2017 Cropping Systems report.$155,560.00
2018Incorporating Novel Watershed Indicators into the Chesapeake Bay Report CardUniversity of Maryland Center for Environmental ScienceThe Chesapeake Bay watershed stretches from Cooperstown, New York south to Norfolk, VA and from Salisbury, MD to Mallow, VA. Eighteen million people in six states and the District of Columbia call the watershed home. This project covers the watershed as well as the tidal estuary parts of the Bay.$44,310.16
2018Innovative Transactions to Restore Flow (OR)The Freshwater TrustJohn Day River, Lostine River, and Fifteenmile Creek basins, Oregon$757,102.34