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Grantee Database

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.
232 results found

Illinois Environmental Council Education Fund

Springfield IL

to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus pollution in Illinois by facilitating stakeholder collaboration and policy development

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $70,000

to strengthen collaboration among groups working in Illinois to reduce pollution from agriculture and improve water quality in the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $70,000

for an organization that works to improve water quality in Illinois rivers and streams

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $100,000

for an organization that works to improve water quality in Illinois rivers and streams

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $100,000

for an organization that works to improve water quality in Illinois rivers and streams

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $40,000

To improve water quality in Illinois rivers and streams

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2004
Grant Amount: $35,000

Illinois Stewardship Alliance

Springfield IL
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to support greater farmland conservation in Illinois

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $100,000

to promote water quality protecting agricultural conservation practices in Illinois

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $100,000

to promote sustainable agriculture and local food production

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $100,000

to promote sustainable agriculture and local food production

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $150,000

to promote sustainable agriculture and local food production

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $50,000

to support sustainable agriculture and local food production

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $75,000

to improve water quality by preventing more pollution from industrial agriculture operations and fostering river restoration

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $145,000

Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Minneapolis MN

to support the creation of a floating lodge, an Ojibwe-style pontoon, that will be used as an artistic, cultural, and educational tool on the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $25,000

Initiative Foundation

Little Falls MN
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to expand the Healthy Lakes and Rivers Partnership program to southern and southwestern Minnesota

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $160,000

Institute for Agriculture & Trade Policy

Minneapolis MN
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to support efforts to protect and improve the water quality and ecosystem of the Mississippi River Basin

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $120,000

to support our efforts to protect and improve the water quality and ecosystem of the Mississippi River Basin

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $60,000

to promote policies to restore the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $50,000

for an organization working to improve the water quality of the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $200,000

for a variety of projects to improve the water quality of the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $100,000

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

to strengthen the capacity of organizations to improve the water quality and resilience of the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $150,000

to help build the capacity of environment and conservation organizations in the 10-state Mississippi River corridor

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $150,000

to help build the capacity of environment and conservation organizations in the Mississippi River basin

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $315,000

Iowa - State of

Des Moines IA

to support volunteer clean-up of Iowa's Cedar River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $10,000

Iowa Agriculture Water Alliance

Ankeny IA

to support outreach efforts that increase water quality conservation practices that will further the Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $120,000

Iowa Association of Soil Conservation District Commission

Ankeny IA

to provide leadership for Iowa conservation districts to implement source water protection measures on crop fields

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $110,000

to support a landowner advisor position that will serve absentee and non-operator landowners in the Middle Raccoon Watershed

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $50,000

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Des Moines IA

to reduce water pollution from Iowa’s animal agriculture

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $120,000

to protect Iowa’s water resources from agricultural pollution

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $95,000

to support efforts to reduce water pollution from factory farms in Iowa

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $75,000

to reduce pollution from concentrated livestock operations

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $80,000

to reduce pollution from concentrated livestock operations

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $90,000

to reduce pollution from concentrated livestock operations

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $90,000

To reduce threats to water supplies from feedlot contamination

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2004
Grant Amount: $70,000

Iowa Environmental Council

Des Moines IA
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to improve water quality in Iowa

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2017
Grant Amount: $129,000

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: 2015
Grant Amount: $258,000

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

to continue the work of the Mississippi River Collaborative to improve water quality in Iowa and the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $238,000

to strengthen efforts to improve water quality in the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2008
Grant Amount: $245,000

to strengthen efforts to improve water quality in the Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $300,000

Iowa Farmers Union Education Foundation

Ames IA

to promote sustainable farming and create markets for locally grown food

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $38,000

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

for the Blufflands Alliance, a collaboration working to preserve the blufflands region in the four states of the Upper Mississippi River

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $440,000

for general operating support

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $50,000

for the Blufflands Alliance, a collaboration working to preserve the Mississippi River bluffs in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $880,000

to promote sustainable funding for conservation in Iowa

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $25,000

for the Blufflands Alliance, a collaboration working to preserve the bluffland region of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $1,000,000

to permanently protect riverside blufflands in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $1,000,000

for the Blufflands Alliance, a collaboration working to preserve the bluffland region of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $880,000

Iowa Rivers Revival

Des Moines IA

to provide training and education on the benefits of river restoration and to support an Iowa river restoration program

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $130,000

to promote ecological river and stream restoration in Iowa through educational efforts and advocacy

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $80,000

Iowa State University Foundation

Ames IA

to accelerate the adoption of prairie strips that can reduce nutrient pollution from farm fields

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2016
Grant Amount: $140,000

to evaluate the soil and water quality benefits of integrating strips of prairie into corn and soybean fields

Program Area: Mississippi River
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $70,000