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2020 Bullitt Prize Winner: Patience Malaba 2020 Bullitt Prize Recognizes Environmental Justice Advocate:Award Winner born in Rural Zimbabwe Focuses on Affordable Housing Advocacy in Seattle  SEATTLE – The Bullitt Foundation announced today that it is awarding the 14th annual Bullitt Environmental Prize to Patience Malaba, an environmental justice and affordable housing advocate who immigrated to the United States from Zimbabwe. The...

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Bullitt Trustee Erim Gomez Moves to University of Montana Bullitt Trustee and former Bullitt Prize winner Erim Gomez has accepted a position at the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation at the University of Montana, one of the nation's top Wildlife Biology Programs.

Grant History 2015-current

Dogwood initiative-2017a

on Wed, Dec 20, 2017 at 1:20 PM


Program Area(s)
Grantee NameTides Foundation
Websitehttp://www.tides.org
Description

to build grassroots opposition in British Columbia against coal exports.

Grant Amount$40000
Project Dates04/05/17 - 03/01/18
Serving United States / British Columbia