Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund

Founded in 1999, Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund is a non-partisan organization whose mission is to educate citizens and organizations in the basic techniques of effective civic engagement to further environmental and conservation goals. MCVEF programs educate the public about critical environmental and public lands issues; promote greater non-partisan citizen involvement in the democratic process; and provide strategic tools to conservation organizations to be more effective.

Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2000.

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Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund Grant history

2016

$4,000 - For financial management, fundraising, and leadership training for staff. Conservation capacity

2016

$30,000 - To further environmental goals in Montana through effective civic engagement. Conservation capacity

2015

$110,000 - A two-year grant to further environmental and conservation goals in Montana through effective civic engagement. Conservation policy

2013

$100,000 - To educate and activate Montana's citizens to be effective in civic engagement that furthers conservation gains. Conservation policy

2011

$3,000 - To help protect Montana's clean water and wild country. Opportunity fund

2010

$45,000 - To educate and activate citizens and organizations to be effective in civic engagement that furthers environmental goals. Conservation policy

2009

$45,000 - To educate and activate citizens and organizations to be effective in civic engagement that furthers environmental goals. Conservation policy

2008

$45,000 - To educate citizens to be involved in the democratic process to further conservation goals. Conservation policy

2007

$35,000 - For general support to educate citizens and organizations in the basic techniques of effective participation in government to further conservation goals in Montana. Conservation policy

2007

$25,000 - To organize a chapter in Missoula County. Conservation policy

2005

$60,000 - To educate citizens to be involved actively in the democratic process to further conservation goals. Conservation capacity

2000

$50,000 - To build the capacity of Montana's environmental community to advance conservation issues through the state's democratic process. Place-based conservation