Here is a list of our most recent 15 grants.

You can view the most recent reports for each project on the respective project page.

Project
Organization
Region
Category
Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness
Minnesota
Environment

The Friends of the Boundary Waters Wilderness’ campaign – Building a Sustainable Future – incorporates community organizing and comprehensive advocacy to protect the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness ecosystem from sulfide mining pollution. The campaign has four main objectives: Engage citizens through sophisticated grassroots organizing, create broad media pressure against current sulfide mining proposals, provide a strong and influential conservation voice at the Minnesota State Capitol, and build a body of sound scientific data to support conservation efforts into the future.

Jamaica Environment Trust
Central America
Environment

The Better Beaches for Jamaicans Project seeks to improve the management and ecological health of three Jamaican public bathing beaches. The Jamaica Environment Trust will organize workshops to train local community groups on their legal rights, basic business administration, customer service, environmental conservation, beach safety and sanitation; establish a Jamaican ‘Big up wi beach’ online network; and campaign for a coherent and comprehensive policy framework for Jamaican beaches.

Acaté Amazon Conservation
South America
Environment

Conservatively estimated, the Matsés indigenous people directly protect, through their territories and traditional lands, over three million acres of rainforest in Perú alone. To date, Matsés lands have been officially represented only through maps created by and on terms of national governments and outside interests. This representation is not how the Matsés view or understand their rich ancestral landscape. In this landmark initiative, the Matsés will, for the first time ever, map over 3-million acres of their rainforest according to their worldview, culture, history, and language.

Prairie Biotic Research
Midwest
Environment
Cycles for Change
Minnesota
Social Service

The mission of Cycles for Change (C4C) is to build a diverse and empowered community of bicyclists. C4C seeks to specifically engage traditionally under-represented communities – including women, people of color, immigrants, low-income community members, and youth – to ensure that the health, financial, and empowerment benefits of bicycling are shared equitably.

Ujamaa Place
Minnesota
Social Service

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