Sightline Institute has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2000.
$30,000 - To expand and deepen donor commitments for the organization’s work. Conservation capacity
$80,000 - A two-year grant for policy research and communications support. Conservation capacity
$60,000 - A two-year grant for policy research and communications support. Conservation capacity
$30,000 - For policy research and communications. Conservation capacity
$25,000 - For policy research, communications, and movement building. Conservation policy
$1,000 - To provide a new HP Printer for the office. Conservation capacity
$20,000 - For general support, with an additional emphasis on the communication and capacity building needs of the organization. Conservation capacity
$25,000 - To promote an environmentally sound economy in the Pacific Northwest. Conservation capacity
$20,000 - To promote an environmentally sound economy in the Pacific Northwest through development, education, and promotion of sustainability indicators. Conservation capacity
The people of Washington have convinced one of the state's most powerful agencies, the Department of Natural Resources, to deny a key approval for the last, largest remaining coal terminal proposal in Longview. The DNR rejected a request to use state-owned land in the Columbia River to build new docks to export coal. Brainerd grantees Climate Solutions, Sightline, and Washington Environmental Council joined the Power Past Coal Coalition to fight for this ruling.
Sightline Daily is an online daily publication produced by Sightline Institute. It is updated every weekday by 9 A.M. with the best news stories collected from more than three dozen online news sources. Their goal is to provide the North American coastal temperate rain forest community with a daily source of the news they need to create a conservation-based economy.