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Quarterly Grants

This database contains a representative list of grants approved since 2004. Grants appear alphabetically by organization name, with most recent grants first. Unless otherwise specified, grants are for general operating support.
56 results found

Gulf Restoration Network

New Orleans LA

to support participation in the Mississippi River Collaborative, and to strengthen efforts to monitor Louisiana coastal restoration

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $290,000

Harrison Neighborhood Association

Minneapolis MN

for general operating and commercial development program support

Program Area: Region & Communities
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $150,000

In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre

Minneapolis MN
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for general operating support and for archival documentation

Program Area: Arts
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $140,000

Institut de l'Environnement et de Recherches Agricoles

Ouagadougou

for the project, Improving Voandzou Productivity and the Link With Market

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $215,000

Institut de Recherches en Sciences Appliquees et Technologies

Ouagadougou

for the project, Improving Productivity of Sorghum and Millet Crops by Processing Grain to Expand Markets in the Value-added Chain to Benefit Smallholders' Farmer

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $80,000

Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique du Niger

Niamey

for the project, Improving Productivity of Sorghum and Millet Crops by Processing Grain to Expand Markets in the Value-added Chain to Benefit Smallholders' Farmer

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $136,000

Institute for Conservation Leadership

Takoma Park MD

to build capacity and effectiveness of organizations working to improve the water quality and resilience of the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $150,000

Iowa Environmental Council

Des Moines IA
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to support continued participation in the Mississippi River Collaborative, and its efforts in Iowa to reduce water pollution from agriculture

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $248,000

Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation

Des Moines IA

to support efforts to protect and restore wetlands and floodplains along priority rivers in central and eastern Iowa

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $120,000

Kentucky Waterways Alliance

Louisville KY

to support the work of the Mississippi River Collaborative, and to strengthen policies to reduce nutrient pollution and protect wetlands in Kentucky

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $198,000

l'Institut d'Economie Rurale

Bamako

for the project, Enhancing Fonio Potential to Intensify Production Systems in the Sahelian and Northern Guinean Zones of Mali

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $108,000

Midwest Environmental Advocates

Madison WI
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to support participation in the Mississippi River Collaborative, and to strengthen efforts to reduce polluted runoff from agriculture and protect Wisconsin's wetlands

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $288,000

Missouri Coalition for the Environment Foundation

St. Louis MO
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to support the work of the Mississippi River Collaborative, and to work for public policies in Missouri that will protect and restore the state's rivers and wetlands

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $220,000

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

Washington DC

to encourage farmer-led organizations to directly participate in agricultural conservation

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $100,000

National Wildlife Federation

Reston VA

to address barriers to cover crop adoption in the upper Midwest

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $150,000