Temper of the Times, Inc. - advertising for the environment
Recent Grant Recipients




Beyond Toxics Coalition
www.beyoondtoxics.org
Project: Web-based video regarding aerial herbicide use in salmon habitat within the Siuslaw Basin, Oregon.
Grant amount: $5,000.00

Block Island Conservancy
www.biconservancy.org
Project: Outreach and design Materials for Conservation of Block Island
Grant amount: $10,000.00

Coral Bay Community Council
www.coralbaycommunitycouncil.org
Project: Advertising campaign to increase awareness of degradation to Coral Bay (St.John, US Virgin Islands) and encourage residents to help keep local bays clean.
Grant amount: $4,498.00

Earth Island Institute
www.raptorsarethesolution.org
Project: Raptors are the Solution ("RATS")
Grant amount: $10,000.00

Eyak Preservation Council
www.redzone.org
Project: The Bering River Coalition: Keep it in the Ground.
Grant amount: $9,550.00

 

Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics (FSEEE)
Project: The Natural Forest Video Project
Grant amount: $7,500.00

 

Lobo Coalition
Project: Hearts into Action to Save the Lobo
Grant amount: $5,000.00

Lobo Coalition
Project: Media campaign to keep the Mexican gray wolves in the wild and support the issuing of an updated Recovery Plan.
Grant amount: $5,000.00

 

Mountain Studies Institute
www.mountainstudies.org
Project: San Juan Moving Mountains Campaign, Southwest Colorado
Grant amount: $7,500.00

 

RESTORE: The North Woods
www.restore.org
Project: Design and publication of a brochure and map describing the Maine Woods National Park and Preserve Campaign
Grant amount: $5,500.00

Society for Ecological Restoration
www.ser.org
Project: Publication of a Primer to increase understanding of the role of ecological restoration in a changing world.
Grant amount: $3,300.00

 

Somerset County Soil & Water Conservation District
www.somersetswcd.org
Project: Advertising campaign to raise awareness about lead poisoning of loons and other water and predatory birds in Maine.
Grant amount: $6,125.00

Wildlands CPR
www.wildlandscpr.org
Project: Tapping into Clean Water from Our National Forests: maps of forest areas that provide water resources.
Grant amount: $12,000.00

 

 



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