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YearNameOrganizationLocationAward Amount
2017A Study of the Potential Impacts of a Wind Energy Development on a Lesser Prairie-Chicken Population in Central KansasWestern EcoSystems Technology, Inc.Cropland.$530,000.00
2017Attwater’s Prairie-Chicken Captive Breeding FacilityGeorge Miksch Sutton Avian Research Center, Inc.Bartlesville, OK$1,000,000.00
2017Birds, Herds, and Stewards: Sustainable Working Lands for the Future – Enhancing Northern Great Plains Grasslands Biodiversity, Productivity, and EconomicsAmerican Bird ConservancyThe focus counties are within the Dakota Grasslands: MT - Prairie, Custer, Fallon, Powder River, Carter; ND - Slope, Bowman, Sioux; SD- Harding, Perkins, Corson, Dewey, Ziebach and the Powder River-Thunder Basin Grasslands: WY - Weston, Converse, Niobrara, Campbell; SD - Fall River.$230,000.00
2017Detecting Eastern Brook Trout Populations in the Trough, Standing Stone and Moshannon Basins II (PA)Juniata CollegeCentral Pennsylvania HUC-12 watersheds selected in coordination with PAFBC. Ideally we hope to focus our efforts on streams between Black Moshannon and Mt. Union, PA, and Altoona and Lewistown, PA.$5,864.00
2017Detecting Eastern Brook Trout Presence in Susquehanna River Tributary Streams (PA)Susquehanna UniversityWatersheds likely to be assessed include Loyalsock Creek, Sinnemahoning Creek, Swatara Creek and others as assigned.$12,009.98
2017Identifying Populations of Eastern Brook Trout in Tributaries of the Upper Allegheny River (PA)Indiana University of Pennsylvania Research InstituteUpper Allegheny Rive and Sandy Lick Creek watersheds. Proposed sampling include 40 streams as indicated on Figure 1 of full proposal.$11,997.65
2017Prioritizing and Developing Flow Enhancement Projects on French Creek (CA)Siskiyou Resource Conservation DistrictStreamflow enhancement projects will be developed on French Creek, tributary to the Scott River in Siskiyou County, California. Surface water diversions located in the lower 3 miles of French Creek will be the primary focus. Diversions within this section of French Creek serve private landholdings.$75,757.00
2017Rainwater Catchment Project - Blake/Buckwalter Property (CA)Sonoma Resource Conservation DistrictThe project is located at 6985 Saint Helena Road, Santa Rosa, California in the Mark West Creek watershed.$39,565.00
2017Rainwater Catchment System - Monan's Rill (CA)Sonoma Resource Conservation DistrictThe project is located at 7899 Saint Helena Road, Santa Rosa, CA.$154,709.00
2017Restoring Wilderness Meadows in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National ParksAmerican Rivers, Inc.Log Meadow is an 18-acre meadow located in the headwaters of the Kaweah River in Sequoia National Park. Meadows to be assessed are located throughout Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks in the upper Kern, Kings, Kaweah, and South San Joaquin headwaters at 5,000 to 9,000 feet in elevation.$86,339.20
2017Rock Creek Meadow Restoration Planning Project (CA)Plumas CorporationRock Creek Meadow is located on private land in Plumas County, California. It is in the USGS Westwood West Quadrangle, Township 29N, Range 8E, Sections 4 and 33.$64,114.18
2017Sampling for Eastern Brook Trout in tributaries of the Pine Creek Drainage (PA)Lycoming CollegeThe Lycoming College Clean Water Institute researchers will sample 40 assigned tributaries in the Pine Creek drainage with a focus on sites in Tioga and Potter counties. Major cities in this drainage include Galeton and Wellsboro.$8,037.92
2017Shaw Property Rainwater Catchment System (CA)Gold Ridge Resource Conservation DistrictThe project site is a private parcel located in the Green Valley Creek watershed, off of Green Valley Road outside the town of Sebastopol in western Sonoma County.$30,000.00
2016"Ding" Darling Wildlife Society 2017 Peer-to-Peer ConferenceDing Darling Wildlife SocietyThis project will take place at the J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge, located on Sanibel, Florida in the Gulf of Mexico. It consists of nearly 8,000 acres of many unique ecosystems including estuarine with open saltwater, sea grass beds, mangrove islands, mudflats and freshwater ponds.$15,000.00
20162017-2018 LCT conservation Core grantTrout Unlimited, Inc.Throughout the LCT range in Nevada, Oregon and California$420,508.25
2016A Collaboration to Model Water Quality Restoration in the Brandywine/Christina Basin (PA)Brandywine Red Clay AllianceThe project will involve 3 to 5 municipalities in up to 3 target areas of the Brandywine, Red Clay, and/or White Clay watersheds in Chester County, PA. There will be an urban, a suburban, and an agricultural target area.$99,997.38
2016A Match for a Healthy Environment Utilizing Green Roofs and Public Transit (PA)Pennsylvania Resources CouncilThe project is located on Delaware County, PA and includes Collingdale, Morton, Norwood, Sharon Hill, and Yeadon Boroughs and Darby, Haverford, and Upper Darby Townships.$40,000.00
2016A Monarch’s View of Urban Landscapes: Kansas City Proof of Concept (KS, MO)Heartland Conservation Alliance, Inc.Interns will be working on scattered sites throughout the Blue River Watershed.$50,414.88
2016Accelerate Development of Automated Fish Identification for Electronic Monitoring SystemsKate Wing ConsultingMassachusetts and the Greater New England area; California, Hawaii, and the western Pacific U.S. territories$99,389.00
2016Accelerate Longleaf Pine Ecosystem Restoration on Private Lands on the Fall Line (GA/AL) - IIThe Nature ConservancyProject location will be focused on the Fort Benning SGA of west Georgia and east Alabama and within a strategically drawn priority area designed to conserve and connect the most important ecosystems targeted by the Chattahoochee Fall Line Conservation Partnership (CFLCP) LIT.$275,000.00