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Congratulations to 2017 Bullitt Environmental Prize – Cornelius Adewale The 2017 winner started an organic farm in Nigeria on five acres of abandoned land and used his earnings to study at Washington State University On October 30th, 2017 this year’s Bullitt Environmental Fellow was honored at the 11th annual Bullitt Prize Awards Dinner. This year’s Fellow is Cornelius Adewale, a PhD student at Washington...

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Grant History 1999-2016

Northwest Regional Office 2000b

on Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 8:02 PM


Program Area(s)
Grantee NameSierra Club Foundation
Websitewww.tscf.org
Description

The Sierra Club Foundation works to advance the preservation and protection of the natural environment by empowering the citizenry, especially democratically based grassroots organizations with charitable resources, to further the cause of environmental protection. The grant supports a project to protect the wild salmon populations of the Pacific Northwest and restore the fish to harvestable numbers by achieving improved watershed protection, modification of hydroelectric dam operations, and public awareness.

Grant Amount$20000
Project Dates06/28/00 - 06/28/01
Serving United States / Oregon
Washington