Northern Alaska Environmental Center was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2004.
$25,000 - To participate in state and federal mining reform strategies, implement a coalbed methane public education campaign and monitor issues around oil and gas exploration. Place-based conservation
$25,000 - To enhance NAEC's mining program and increase the organization's membership base to respond to significant new pressures to expand mining and its infrastructure in the interior and western Arctic. Place-based conservation
$2,500 - To organize public comment on a BLM hearing regarding the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System. Opportunity fund
$20,000 - To strengthen the group's Mining Program, particularly its outreach to isolated, rural communities in interior and arctic Alaska. Place-based conservation
$1,500 - To support the premier of Arctic Quest, a documentary film addressing the need to protect the Arctic Refuge from oil development. Opportunity fund
$20,000 - To strengthen the Mining/Water Quality Program, particularly in outreach to isolated rural communities in interior and arctic Alaska. Place-based conservation