Gifford Pinchot Task Force

Gifford Pinchot Task Force was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2001 to 2011.

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Gifford Pinchot Task Force Grant history


$3,000 - To protect Mount St. Helens from mining threats. Opportunity fund


$3,000 - To hire technical expertise to address the Wildcat timber sale. Opportunity fund


$1,500 - To educate the River's whitewater guide community about the White Salmon River's unique ecological features, fish and wildlife, and threats to the river and its ecosystems. Opportunity fund


$1,800 - To protect the Gifford Pinchot Forest from proposed mining and road projects while working for the removal of dams on or near the Gifford Pinchot. Opportunity fund


$5,000 - To restore biological diversity to the Central Cascades, promote changes in federal forest management at the regional level, and build organizational capacity. Place-based conservation


$10,000 - To protect key habitats and ecosystem processes on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southwest Washington. Place-based conservation


$10,000 - To protect ecologically significant areas on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Place-based conservation


$5,000 - To complete a citizen-supported alternative for the second generation Gifford Pinchot National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan. Place-based conservation