News

10th Bullitt Environmental Prize Recognizes Wildlife Conservation Leader 2016 Winner Overcame Many Obstacles from Ugandan Farm to University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences The Bullitt Foundation announced today the winner of the 10th Annual Bullitt Environmental Prize, which recognizes people with extraordinary potential to become powerful and effective leaders in the environmental movement. The 2016 Bullitt Prize winner is Carol Bogezi,...

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Steve Whitney on Water in the West and the 'VUCA' Challenge The Bullitt Foundation's Senior Program Officer, Steve Whitney, was interviewed by Carpe Diem West about challenges with water management strategies and politics in the West.

Programs

The Bullitt Foundation believes that positive environmental impact begins with innovation and partnership. With grant making focused on the Pacific Northwest Emerald Corridor – specifically, the region stretching from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, British Columbia (bordered by the Cascades on the east)  – the Foundation funds projects in five main program areas: