Cook Inletkeeper

Formed in 1995 by a group of Alaska Natives, scientists, fishermen and activists concerned about rapid changes to the Cook Inlet watershed, CI is dedicated to protecting Alaska's Cook Inlet watershed and the life it sustains. CI combines hands-on scientific research and monitoring with strategic education, organizing and advocacy efforts to give Alaskans the tools they need to demand clean water and healthy fish habitat.

Cook Inletkeeper has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2001.

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Cook Inletkeeper Grant history


$3,000 - To upgrade the organization's technology infrastructure to a more sustainable system. Opportunity fund


$10,000 - A grassroots grant to forge a broader conservation constituency in Alaska around the issues of coal development and habitat protection. Grassroots fund


$1,500 - To protect Alaskan salmon streams and intact ecosystems from a one-billion ton coal strip mining project in the Beluga Coal fields. Opportunity fund


$1,000 - To stop the expansion of oil and gas activities into roadless areas of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Opportunity fund