Wilderness Society

Wilderness Society was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2005.

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Wilderness Society Grant history

2005

$40,000 - For general support, with an emphasis to broaden and strengthen support for national forest protection and ecologically sound restoration of federal forests. Conservation capacity

2004

$75,000 - To protect national environmental laws and regulations and federal lands threatened by increased logging and road construction. Place-based conservation

2003

$100,000 - To raise public awareness on protection of western federal wildlands. Place-based conservation

2002

$1,000 - To expand services of an environmental Web site promoting sound national energy policy and Alaskan wilderness issues. Opportunity fund

2002

$20,000 - To bring lasting protection to Alaska's wild public lands. Place-based conservation

2002

$25,000 - To protect national environmental laws and regulations and federal lands threatened by increased logging and road construction. Place-based conservation

2001

$45,000 - To support the Gwich'in Nation to protect their culture and to provide additional media and outreach support toward lasting protection of Alaska's wild public lands. Conservation capacity

2000

$20,000 - To initiate an off-road vehicle campaign in Montana to stem the tide of off-road vehicle damage to wild areas. Place-based conservation

2000

$1,000 - To support Gwich'in outreach on the Arctic National Refuge at the national NAACP convention. Opportunity fund