West Coast Environmental Law

West Coast Environmental Law was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2002 to 2005.

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West Coast Environmental Law Grant history

2005

$20,000 - To protect vulnerable ecoregions in B.C. from the impacts of accelerated oil and gas development and to build a progressive oil and gas campaign. Place-based conservation

2004

$3,000 - To assist Hudson's Hope Landowners Association in their efforts to strengthen community responses to oil and gas development in the northeast of B.C. Opportunity fund

2003

$3,000 - To bring 10-12 First Nations leaders from BC and the Yukon to Wyoming's Powder River Basin to meet with native community groups and to see, first hand, the impacts of coalbed methane development. Opportunity fund

2003

$20,000 - To protect vulnerable ecoregions in B.C. from the impacts of accelerated oil and gas development and build a progressive oil and gas campaign. Place-based conservation

2002

$10,000 - To prepare a Free Entry Options Report for use in a long-term mining reform campaign in Canada. Place-based conservation

2002

$5,000 - To explore the potential for B.C. landowners adversely affected by oil and gas development to become a more powerful force for accountability and change in the province. Place-based conservation