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Grant History 2015-current

Full Proposal – Getting to Regional Pluralism: Merging Tribal Nations in the Emerald Corridor Planning Framework

on Wed, Nov 13, 2019 at 12:40 PM


Program Area(s)
Grantee NameWestern Washington University Foundation
Websitehttp://www.foundation.wwu.edu
Description

to formulate a regional planning framework that fosters environmental stewardship and embraces a plurality of visions that are equitable and inclusive of tribal nations.

Grant Amount$50000
Project Dates02/13/19 - 03/01/20
Serving Washington