Salmon Valley Stewardship

Salmon Valley Stewardship works to promote a sustainable economy and a healthy environment in the Salmon River Region by building awareness of sustainable uses of natural resources; initiating and coordinating citizen involvement; and by facilitating and coordinating partnerships and collaborative efforts.

Salmon Valley Stewardship was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2006 to 2017.

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Salmon Valley Stewardship Grant history

2017

$45,000 - A two-year grant to promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon River region. Place-based conservation

2016

$30,000 - To promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon River region. Place-based conservation

2016

$3,700 - To participate in the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute at the University of Washington. Conservation capacity

2015

$3,700 - To participate in the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute at the University of Washington. Conservation capacity

2014

$100,000 - A two-year grant to promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon River region. Place-based conservation

2012

$80,000 - A two year grant to promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon River Region. Place-based conservation

2012

$2,000 - To build leadership capacity for the group. Opportunity fund

2011

$750 - To demonstrate a more immediate payment for ecosystem services concept to local, conservation-minded ranchers interested in implementing agricultural practices that conserve natural resources. Opportunity fund

2010

$90,000 - To promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon River Region. Place-based conservation

2010

$1,000 - To provide media coverage of the House Natural Resources subcommittee oversight hearing. Opportunity fund

2008

$75,000 - A two-year grant to promote a sustainable economy and healthy environment in the Salmon River Region. Place-based conservation

2007

$45,000 - To assist the communities of Lemhi County, Idaho in maintaining and restoring culturally and ecologically important landscapes. Place-based conservation

2007

$500 - To conduct Phase II of the Lemhi County Growth Survey includIing the implementation of a written survey. Opportunity fund

2006

$25,000 - To assist the communities of Lemhi County, Idaho in maintaining and restoring culturally and ecologically important landscapes. Place-based conservation

2006

$1,100 - To fund a survey to analyze and report public attitudes and preferences related to growth and growth management policies in Lemhi County. Opportunity fund