Cascadia Wildlands Project

The Cascadia Wildlands Project educates, organizes, and agitates to protect the ecological integrity of the Cascadia Bioregion. The future it works toward includes vast hills and valleys of old-growth forests, rivers full of salmon, wolves howling in the mountains, and vibrant communities sustained by these unique landscapes.

Cascadia Wildlands Project was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2003 to 2013.

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Cascadia Wildlands Project Grant history

2013

$1,500 - To conserve fish and wildlife in Oregon\'s Elliott State Forest. Opportunity fund

2012

$3,000 - To challenge the legality of clear-cutting old-growth forests in Oregon. Opportunity fund

2007

$3,000 - To fund an expert witness in a legal challenge to the contingency plan for oil spills from the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in the Copper River. Conservation policy

2003

$2,000 - For ground-truth expeditions and an outreach campaign building on litigation designed to stop oil exploration beneath the public wildlands of the Katalla area, at the east edge of Alaska's Copper River Delta. Opportunity fund