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YearNameOrganizationLocationAward Amount
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
2015Nickwall Fish Barrier Removal on the Redwater River (MT)Bureau of Land Management - Montana State OfficeThis project is located in the Northern Great Plains Ecoregion. The Redwater River is one of the largest tributaries to the lower Missouri River in Montana. The current fish barrier is located approximately 1 mile upstream of the conlfluence with the Missouri River.$70,000.00
2015Restoration of Goat Creek Complexity for Bull Trout and Other Salmonids (WA)National Forest FoundationRM 6.7 to 7.6 of Goat Creek, a Methow River tributary, in the Upper Columbia Basin of Washington. The project area is on the Methow Valley Ranger District of the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, managed by the U.S. Forest Service. The project site is approximately 20.6 miles NW of Winthrop, WA.$12,000.00
2015Seabird Restoration in Prince William Sound (AK) - IINorthern Research Technical Assistance Center, Inc. dba NORTACNaked Island group, Prince William Sound, Alaska, owned by United States Forest Service. Mink managed by Alaska Department of Fish & Game. Seabirds managed by United States Fish & Wildlife Service.$846,433.63
2015Tillamook-Nestucca Fish Passage Partnership (OR)Trout Unlimited, Inc.The Tillamook-Nestucca subbasin consists of the five major rivers (Miami, Kilchis, Wilson, Trask and Tillamook)that drain into Tillamook Bay, Oregon, plus the neighboring Nestucca River watershed.$98,600.00
2015Upper Armstrong Creek Restoration (CO)Trout Unlimited, Inc.The project area is located on Armstrong Creek in Routt County, Colorado; 18 miles north of the town of Hayden; on lands managed by U. S. Forest Service; and includes 0.8 mile of stream.$50,000.00
2015Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Range-wide Prioritization (ID)Friends of the Teton River, Inc.The project will take place in the Teton Watershed, including important YCT stronghold tributary streams in Wyoming and Idaho. Project activities/outcomes will have rangewide implications for YCT.$60,000.00
2014“Heroic” Stream Restoration at James Madison University (VA)James Madison UniversityThe project is located at James Madison University, in Harrisonburg, Virginia (Shenandoah Valley). It is in the Blacks Run watershed, a tributary to the Shenandoah River (Potomac River Basin).$200,000.00
2014A Comprehensive Conservation Riparian Buffer Approach (NY)Tioga County Soil and Water Conservation DistrictSusquehanna River headwaters in NY in high priority sub-watersheds.$300,000.00
2014Accelerating Conservation Implementation in the Potomac Basin (WV)Water Stewardship, Inc.the Potomac Basin of West Virginia.$92,030.88
2014Acceleration of Watershed Restoration Efforts in Puerto RicoProtectores de Cuencas, Inc.The Municipality of Yauco, and the priority watershed areas of Guánica, Culebra, Cabo Rojo and Vieques in Puerto Rico.$75,000.00
2014Adaptation Tools for a Changing Coastline in the Pacific IslandsSea Change Consulting LLCThis project will build off workshops carried out in the Republic of Palau, Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia, and the Republic of Vanuatu. The outcome will support the broader Pacific Region.$9,680.00
2014Advancing Environmental Stewardship in Marsh Creek (CA)Friends of Marsh Creek WatershedMarsh Creek Watershed is in Contra Costa County. It’s a part of the San Francisco Bay Area in California. Marsh Creek and its tributaries go through the cities of Antioch, Brentwood, Oakley.$40,000.00
2014Advancing Flyway Conservation of American OystercatchersNational Audubon Society, Inc.The project location will include the southeast (NC, SC, GA, and FL), northeast (CT and NY), and newly discovered shorebird sites in The Bahamas.$249,668.62
2014Advancing Salmon Recovery and Hood Canal Ecosystem Health (WA)Long Live the KingsWork will be conducted in Hood Canal and Puget Sound, including all watersheds that have current or historic populations of steelhead (O. mykiss) according to the NOAA Technical Recovery Team.$25,000.00
2014Advancing Watershed And Restoration Education (TN)Shelby Farms Park ConservancyShelby Farms Park and schools throughout Shelby County.$25,000.00
2014Agricultural Best Management Practices in the Kirkwood-Cohansey Cluster (NJ)New Jersey Audubon SocietyTargeted outreach and implementation of BMPs will be conducted in the Salem, Cohansey-Maurice, Cape May, and Greater Hammonton focal areas, as delineated in the WPF Kirkwood-Cohansey Cluster Plan.$138,354.80
2014Alabama Longleaf Pine Restoration on Private Lands - IIINational Wildlife FederationSeven counties north and west of the Eglin-Blackwater-Conecuh public lands; six counties adjacent to the Talladega National Forest; and high and medium level priority counties for bird conservation.$125,000.00
2014Alabama Marine Mammal Stranding NetworkMarine Environmental Sciences Consortium / Dauphin Island Sea LabThe coastal and estuarine waters of Alabama, and nearby waters from western Florida through Mississippi$94,400.00
2014Alamo-Area Children Organized to Replant Natives (TX)Northside Education FoundationFive one-acre sites in public areas in San Antonio, primarily along the 40 miles of creekway parks and trails that has been created in the city's watershed.$25,175.00