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North American
Wilderness Recovery, Inc.

also doing business as The Rewilding Institute
see Disambiguation page

North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. (an Arizona corporation)
Also doing business as The Rewilding Institute

PO Box 13768 
Albuquerque,  NM  87192
Phone: (505) 771-1524 
Website: www.wildlandsproject.org

Email: info@wildlandsproject.org
EIN: 86-0698228
Incorporated January 27, 1992
Exempt since 1992

Revenue $155,326 and Expenses $122,386 Year 2007
(Form 990 available at guidestar.org)

See The Wildlands Project - Disambiguation page for the context of this profile.

The Second of The Three Wildlands Project Corporations

Created in 1992 by colleagues of Earth First! co-founder and convicted felon Dave Foreman, with his sister Roxanne Pacheco, Earth First! activist Rod Mondt, and academician David A. Johns (see personal profile below).

The original list of officers upon incorporation January 27, 1992, and directors (other dates) was:

David  A. Johns, Juris Doctor, earned degrees in law and political science from Columbia University. Currently Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Portland State University, Portland OR. He specializes in "place-based ecosystem conservation on a continental scale" and in "assuring the accountability and financial health of small nonprofits." In addition to teaching law and political science, he serves as treasurer of the Society for Conservation Biology, co-founded and remains a board member of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative and co-founded and was the first executive director of The Wildlands Project.

Officers: President: David A. Johns; Vice President and Secretary: Rod Mondt (former Earth First! activist);, Treasurer: Roxanne Pacheco (Dave Foreman's sister).
Directors: John Davis, editor, Wild Earth; Bill Devall, Sociology Professor, Humboldt State University and co-author Deep Ecology; Jim Eaton (former Wilderness Society operative with Foreman, Earth First! activist), Mitch Friedman (former Earth First! activist, Northwest Ecosystem Alliance executive director).

Bill Devall had a special relationship with Doug Tompkins, whose Esprit clothing fortune funded his Foundation for Deep Ecology, which was among the first major donors to support North American Wilderness Recovery. Devall served for a time as special advisor to Tompkins.

For the complete 1995 North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc filing with the state of Arizona, click here (large file, 2MB PDF). The form identifies the corporation as North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc except on page 3, where it is labeled The Wildlands Project and board members and officers of the Vermont corporation are listed, along with a large number of previously unlisted directors. The filing is exceptionally chaotic.

Current corporate profile of North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc.,
dba The Rewilding Institute

Arizona Corporate Inquiry

File Number:  -0526046-1

Corp. Name: NORTH AMERICAN WILDERNESS RECOVERY

Domestic Address

PO BOX 13768

ALBUQUERQUE,  NM  87192

Additional Corporate Information

Corporation Type: NON-PROFIT

Business Type: OTHER

Incorporation Date:  01/27/1992

Corporate Life Period: PERPETUAL

Domicile:  ARIZONA

County: PIMA

Approval Date:  01/28/1992

Original Publish Date:  04/13/1992

Officer Information

DAVE PARSONS
CHAIRMAN
8613 HORACIO Pl NE
A16, NM  87111

Date of Taking Office: 09/27/2003
Last Updated:
08/29/2008

WILLIAM DAVID FOREMAN
CHAIRMAN
PO BOX 13768
ALBUQUERQUE, NM  87192

Date of Taking Office: 09/27/2003
Last Updated: 08/30/2006

ROXANNE PACHECO
TREASURER
1027 B HOMESTEAD LN
BERNALILLO, NM  87004

Date of Taking Office: 09/27/2003
Last Updated:
08/29/2008

Special relationships:
Dave Foreman and
Roxanne Pacheco
are siblings.

Dave Parsons
is former head of wolf reintroduction - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.


North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc.  Officers 2007
according to IRS Form 990 2007
and 2008 Arizona Corporate Commission Filing 0526046-1
for
North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. dba The Rewilding Insitute

Name Title Compensation
William David Foreman Chairman $62,200 benefits $2,216
Dave Parsons Vice-Chairman $13,000
Roxanne Pacheco Secretary/Treasurer $1,990

Family ties: Dave Foreman and Roxanne Pacheco are siblings

North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc.  
Revenue and Expenses 2007

  Revenue     Expenses
Contributions $0
Government Grants $0
Program Services $0
Investments $0
Special Events $0
Sales $0
Other $0
 
Program Services $0
Administration $0
Other $0
Total Expenditures $122,386
Total Revenue $155,326   NET GAIN/LOSS $0

Grant Analysis, dba "Rewilding Institute" - 1999-2008

Grant Total:  Number of Grants: 
Donor Foundation Amount Year Grant Description
EUGENE M ADLER FAMILY FUND
Tinley Park
Illinois
$37,500 2008  
FOUNDATION FOR THE CAROLINAS
Charlotte
North Carolina
$16,000 2007  
WEEDEN FOUNDATION
New York
New York
$20,000 2007  
WEEDEN FOUNDATION
New York
New York
$20,000 2006  
EUGENE M ADLER FAMILY FUND
Tinley Park
Illinois
$25,000 2006  
FORREST C AND FRANCES H LATTNER FOUNDATION INC
Delray Beach
Florida
$10,000 2006 General fund
LINNEMANN FAMILY FOUNDATION
Cincinnati
Ohio
$5,000 2004 General support
LINNEMANN FAMILY FOUNDATION
Cincinnati
Ohio
$10,000 2003 General support

Grant Analysis, North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc - 1999-2000

Grant Total:  Number of Grants: 
Donor Foundation Amount Year Grant Description
TOWN CREEK FOUNDATION INC
Easton
Maryland
$50,000 2000 For The Wild lands project
THE BRAINERD FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington
$25,000 2000  
DAVID AND LUCILE PACKARD FOUNDATION
Los Altos
California
$150,000 2000 Support for habitat protection of the thick-billed parrot in Mexico
RICHARD AND RHODA GOLDMAN FUND
San Francisco
California
$30,000 2000  
NEW-LAND FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York
$10,000 2000  
TOWN CREEK FOUNDATION INC
Easton
Maryland
$50,000 1999 For the wildlands project

PROJECT ASSESSMENT

To date, the most comprehensive environmental coalition to appear on the scene is the Wildlands Project. This coalition is the most radical in purpose: to "re-wild" America, that is, to gradually remove people and raw material production from the rural United States with no definite stopping point. In their own words:

The Wildlands Project calls for reserves established to protect wild habitat, biodiversity, ecological integrity, ecological services, and evolutionary processes. In other words, vast interconnected areas of true wilderness and wild lands. We reject the notion that wilderness is merely remote, scenic terrain suitable for backpacking. Rather, we see wilderness as the home for unfettered life, free from human technological and industrial intervention.

Extensive roadless areas of native vegetation in various successional stages must be off-limits to human exploitation.

To function properly, nature needs vast landscapes without roads, dams, motorized vehicles, power lines, over-flights, or other artifacts of civilization, where evolutionary and ecological processes can continue. Such wildlands are absolutely essential to protect biodiversity.

The Wildlands Project has proposed to set aside at least half of North America for "the preservation of biological diversity." The resulting "wildland reserves" would contain:
  • Cores, created from public lands such as national forests and parks, allowing for little, if any, human use

  • Buffers, created from private land adjoining the cores to provide additional protection;

  • Corridors, a mix of public and private lands usually following along rivers and wildlife migration routes;

but would allow no cities, roads, homes, businesses, no aircraft overflights, or natural resource extraction, i.e., an endlessly expanding area of America would be depopulated and de-developed.

In the late 1990s such proposals had become part of Clinton administration policy through Al Gore. There was the Clinton road moratorium. There were Clinton proposals to breach dams on the Columbia River. There was the bewildering array of Clinton manipulations. All moved the nation toward Wildlands Project goals. The Wildlands Project web page said during 1999:

We work in cooperation with independent grassroots organizations throughout the continent to develop proposals for each bioregion. The list is growing of groups that promote the vision of an ecologically sound North America, and we have included a list of many with whom we work to achieve our hopes and goals.

The Wildlands Project welcomes all groups and individuals interested in supporting these issues, and we look forward to working with these organizations.

The Wildlands Project is technically a coalition strategy project with a lead organization: North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. (2000 revenue: $1,451,459), originally based in Tucson, Arizona, but relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where Dave Foreman's wife Nancy Morton found a good nursing job.

North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. was preceded as an element of the Wildlands Project by the Wild Earth Society, Incorporated in Richmond, Vermont. For the backstory, see The Wildlands Project - Disambiguation.

North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. has been supported by foundation grants since before its IRS exemption in 1992, particularly by Doug Tompkins’ Foundation for Deep Ecology, in annual amounts ranging from $50,000 in 1992 to $150,000 in 1996 and 1997. A Tompkins colleague, sociology Professor Bill Devall, was an original Director of North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. and directed Foundation for Deep Ecology funding to the organization.

The Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund gave $75,000 in 1996 and the Educational Foundation of America gave $50,000 in 1997.

In 1999 there were 23 "cooperating groups" or "colleagues" listed in Wildlands Project materials.

Each "cooperating group" has its own specific goals that reinforce the goals of the overall Wildlands Project. These groups are also grant-driven, with dominant funding from prescriptive foundations.

Wild Earth magazine, published by Wild Earth Society, Incorporated in Richmond, Vermont, was conceived and created by Dave Foreman and former Earth First! Journal editor John Davis. The magazine never explained the corporate structure underlying the Wildlands Project or named North American Wilderness Recovery as its original lead organization (although the Vermont corporation took over the lead in 2000). The magazine and publicity materials merely said, "The Wildlands Project is a separate non-profit organization that acts as a sister organization to Wild Earth. Wild Earth serves as the publishing voice for The Wildlands Project, and as an independent voice for the new conservation movement."

1999 KEY WILDLANDS PROJECT COOPERATING GROUPS

Alaska Wildlands
Brad Meiklejohn
Eagle River AK 99577
Yukon Wildlands
Juri Peepree
Whitehorse YUK Y1A 5T6
Yellowstone To Yukon
Bart Robinson
Canmore AB T1W 2V7
Northwest Ecosystem Alliance
Mitch Friedman / Tom Platt
Bellingham WA 98225
Siskiyou Project
Kelpie Wilson
Cave Junction OR 97523
LEGACY-The Landscape Connection
Curtice Jacoby
Arcata, CA 95518
Conception Coast Project
John Gallo
Santa Barbara CA 93101
California Wilderness Coalition
Rich Hunter
Davis CA 95616
Wild Utah Project
Jim Catlin
Salt Lake City UT 84111
Grand Canyon Wildlands Council
Kelly Burke
Flagstaff AZ 86002
Southern Rockies Ecosystem Project
Bill Martin / Marianne Moulton
Nederland CO 80466
Conservation Biology Institute
Reed F. Noss, Ph.D.
Corvallis OR 97330
Forest Guardians
John Talberth
Santa Fe NM 87505
Sky Island Alliance
Jack Humphrey
Albuquerque NM 87106
Hill Country Wild
Chris Wilhite / John Andrews
Austin TX 78713
Minnesota Ecosystems Recovery Project
Mike Biltonen
Red Wing MN 55066
Greater Laurentian Wildlands
Robert Long
South Burlington VT 05403
Appalachian Restoration Campaign
Than Hitt
Athens OH 45701
Southern Appalachian Biodiversity Project
Mary Ann Paine
Asheville NC 28802
Wildlaw
Ray Vaughan
Montgomery AL 36104
Southeast Wildlands Project
Linda Duever
Micanopy FL 32667-0949
Paseo Pantera Project - Wildlife Conservation Society
Jim Barborak
Gainsville FL 32609
Wildlands Mexico
Rurik List
Metepec 3 MX Mexico
 

The grant history of North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc.,
is dominated by a few large donors.

 

Foundation Name: Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Wildlands Project
Amount: $30,000             Year Authorized: 2000
Foundation Name: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For The Wildlands Project
Amount: $50,000             Year Authorized: 2000 
Foundation Name: The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For work to protect Thick-Billed Parrot habitat
Amount: $150,000             Year Authorized: 2000 
Foundation Name: Albert A. List Foundation, Inc.
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Wild Earth: Special Issue No. 3
Amount: $15,000             Year Authorized: 1999
Foundation Name: Albert A. List Foundation, Inc.
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Wildlands Project
Amount: $18,000             Year Authorized: 1998 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For supplemental general support
Amount: $15,000             Year Authorized: 1999 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Amount: $20,000             Year Authorized: 1999 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support for Grand Canyon Wildlands Council
Amount: $10,000             Year Authorized: 1999 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Grassroots Rendezvous Initiative
Amount: $15,000             Year Authorized: 1999 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $75,000             Year Authorized: 1999
Foundation Name: Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Amount: $30,000             Year Authorized: 1998
Foundation Name: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For The Wildlands Project and Southwest Regional Ecosystem Project
Amount: $100,000             Year Authorized: 1997 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Greater Laurentian Wildlands Project
Amount: $15,000             Year Authorized: 1998
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Foundation State: CA     Geographic Focus: I (International)
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Recipient Type: Natural resource conservation & protection (C30)
Abstract: For New Mexico Wilderness Alliance
Amount: $15,000             Year Authorized: 1998 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $75,000             Year Authorized: 1998
Foundation Name: Compton Foundation, Inc.
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Wildlands Project Science Workshop
Amount: $25,000             Year Authorized: 1997 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , McMinnville , OR
Abstract: For general support of Wildlands Project
Amount: $75,000             Year Authorized: 1996
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For The Wildlands Project
Amount: $75,000             Year Authorized: 1996
Foundation Name: The Educational Foundation of America
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For study, Education for Ecosystem Conservation
Amount: $50,000             Year Authorized: 1997
Duration: 2-year grant 
Foundation Name: Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Wildlands Project, to create and implement long-term vision of biologically healthy continent
Amount: $75,000             Year Authorized: 1996
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , McMinnville , OR
Abstract: For Wildlands Project
Amount: $25,000             Year Authorized: 1995  
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Foundation State: CA     Geographic Focus: I (International)
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , McMinnville , OR
Recipient Type: Natural resource conservation & protection (C30)
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $25,000             Year Authorized: 1995
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , McMinnville , OR
Abstract: For Wildlands Project
Amount: $30,000             Year Authorized: 1995 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , McMinnville , OR
Abstract: For Wildlands Project
Amount: $20,000             Year Authorized: 1995 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , McMinnville , OR
Abstract: For general support for Wildland Project
Amount: $50,000             Year Authorized: 1995 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $30,000             Year Authorized: 1994
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $40,000             Year Authorized: 1994
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $30,000             Year Authorized: 1994
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Road Fighting strategy
Amount: $20,000             Year Authorized: 1994 
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For Wildlands project
Amount: $40,000             Year Authorized: 1993
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $20,000             Year Authorized: 1993
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For supplemental grant
Amount: $35,720             Year Authorized: 1992
Foundation Name: Foundation for Deep Ecology
Recipient: North American Wilderness Recovery , Tucson , AZ
Abstract: For general support
Amount: $25,000             Year Authorized: 1992

 

The Wildlands Project has received grant money far beyond the donations to North American Wilderness Recovery, Inc. listed above. Here are 158 grants for wildlands purposes.

FOUNDATION NAME: The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
RECIPIENT: California Wilderness Coalition, Davis, CA
ABSTRACT: For California Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $150,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2001
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For work with Rainforest to Rockies Conservation Initiative, to develop funding strategy for emerging effort to build conservation reserve network to connect temperate rainforests in Washington and Oregon with Rocky Mountains in Yellowstone to Yukon region
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: To develop conservation area design based on needs of large carnivores to ensure restoration and maintenance of ecological integrity of Northeastern Landscape region encompassing northern New England, southern Quebec and New Brunswick
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Northwest Connections - Environmental and Cultural Resource Center, Condon, MT
ABSTRACT: For field-based experiential conservation education programs in Swan Valley of northwestern Montana, with emphasis on Wildlands Volunteer Corps for teenagers, giving them hands-on opportunities to learn about, and contribute to, habitat connectivity in and near their home community near Yellowstone to Yukon area

AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For efforts to identify and encourage restoration of wildlife  traverses in Montana and Idaho ecosystems, including mapping routes likely to be used by wildlife and to influence voluntary protection of portions of both public and private lands
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
DURATION: 2-year grant

FOUNDATION NAME: The Wilburforce Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Wilburforce Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For Wild Utah Project
AMOUNT: $18,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Wilburforce Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For motorized recreation program
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Wilburforce Foundation
RECIPIENT: Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center, Williams, OR
ABSTRACT: For Public Lands Oversight Campaign
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Wilburforce Foundation
RECIPIENT: Central Cascades Alliance, Hood River, OR
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Restoration and Protection Project
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Wilburforce Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For Corridors of Life program
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000  
 
FOUNDATION NAME: General Service Foundation
RECIPIENT: Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association (SWIA), Imperial Beach, CA
ABSTRACT: For Wildcoast Partnership for the Wildlands of Baja California
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: General Service Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For Northern Rockies Watershed Integrity Program to prioritize projects through research
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Vira I. Heinz Endowment
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For Pennsylvania Biodiversity Partnership
AMOUNT: $125,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Surdna Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wilderness Society, DC
ABSTRACT: For project to reestablish network of wildlands and create healthy wilderness system in Northern Rockies
AMOUNT: $200,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2001
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Surdna Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA
ABSTRACT: For project to protect ecologically significant working forestlands across east by providing leadership in new eastern forest campaign whose vision for region includes matrix of working forests, conservation easements, responsible landowners and network of wildlands protected by public ownership
AMOUNT: $150,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2001
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Times Mirror Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund
RECIPIENT: California Wilderness Coalition, Davis, CA
ABSTRACT: For California Wildlands Project to map remaining resources and habitats
AMOUNT: $75,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
AMOUNT: $100,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For Wild Earth, quarterly journal that helps communicate latest trends in conservation
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support to serve national clearinghouse and network providing citizens tools and strategies to fight road construction and limit motorized recreation in areas of high biological importance
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, Juneau, AK
ABSTRACT: For general support of grassroots mobilizing and advocacy to  extend lasting protections for watersheds and wildlands in Tongass National Forest and neighboring watersheds
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Montana Wilderness Association, Helena, MT
ABSTRACT: For project support of Quiet Trails Campaign, comprehensive media, organizing and legal initiative to protect Montana's roadless public wildlands, native ecosystems and species diversity from motorized recreation
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, Jackson, WY
ABSTRACT: For general support of ongoing advocacy, public education, and litigation aimed at protecting wildlands of southern portion of Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem especially in and around Jackson Hole
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: International Wildlife Film Festival, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support of activities aimed at showcasing wildlife films and educating public about wildlife and wildlands through programs and activities organized around Festival
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support to protect and restore natural heritage of Northern Rockies through implementation of its Corridors of Life and  Northern Rockies Watershed Integrity programs
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Sky Island Alliance, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Sky Island Wildlands Network
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For The Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Flagstaff, AZ
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For work of Dr. Michael Soule to develop scientific basis for  landscape-scale conservation and rewilding
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Montana Wilderness Association, Helena, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support to advance protection of public wildlands and naturally functioning ecosystems in Montana portion of Yellowstone to Yukon landscape AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Defenders of Wildlife, DC
ABSTRACT: For work with Grassroots Environmental Effectiveness Network (GREEN) to undertake strategic planning process to focus efforts on  building broad-based constituency for protection of wildlife and  wildlands
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Frank E. Payne and Seba B. Payne Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: To expand education center
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
 ID NO. MORI001
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: Wilderness Society, DC
ABSTRACT: To promote public and private purchase of forest areas in Maine  and to protect key wildlands by fostering grassroots support for goals
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA
ABSTRACT: For continued support of Northern Forest Alliance, which works  to protect wildlands, maintain well-managed forests, and promote  sustainable communities in Northern Forest
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA
ABSTRACT: For continued support of Campaign to Protect the Northern  Forests, which seeks to protect wildlands, maintain well-managed forests,  and promote sustainable communities in northern forest region of New  York, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For Greater Laurentian Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $100,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Flagstaff, AZ
ABSTRACT: For protecting and restoring Grand Canyon Ecoregion
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Richmond, VT
ABSTRACT: For Geographic Information Systems mapping to development and implementation of conservation plans nationwide
AMOUNT: $65,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project. Wild Earth Journal, Richmond, VT
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: To protect wildlands ecosystems by providing advocates with  tools and strategies to prevent and remove roads and advocate for limitation of motorized recreation on public lands
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, Juneau, AK
ABSTRACT: To advocate for management of currently unprotected Tongass forest wildlands, to advocate for lower level of logging in Tongass, and to assist local communities in developing diverse and sustainable economies
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Sky Island Alliance, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For work with The Wildlands Project to design reserve system  with cores, buffers and corridors in Sky Islands of New Mexico and  Arizona
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Pacific Environment and Resources Center, Oakland, CA
ABSTRACT: To implement forest protection strategies that will set aside important wildlands ecosystems in Siberia and Russian Far East using grassroots advocacy, education, litigation and policy analysis
AMOUNT: $125,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Montana Wilderness Association, Helena, MT
ABSTRACT: To limit or end use of off-road vehicles in public wildlands and native ecosystems using public outreach, advocacy and litigation
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Heartwood, Inc., Bloomington, IN
ABSTRACT: To promote end to logging on federal lands, support state-based  public lands protection campaigns, restore wildlands in Central Appalachians and promote protection of privately owned forests
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Forest Guardians, Santa Fe, NM
ABSTRACT: For wildlands recovery in Southern Rockies, including
 protection of watersheds and public forests, through public outreach and
 media education
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: To protect and restore natural heritage of Northern Rockies through application of Geographic Information Systems technology, development of conservation leadership, monitoring of public lands policy and promotion of healthy watersheds
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For environmental education center
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Bullitt Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Lands Alliance, DC
ABSTRACT: For project to promote permanent protection of US National  Forest wildlands in the Northwest, including roadless areas and old growth forests, through education, halting individual timber sales, and coordinating with local activists
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Educational Foundation of America
RECIPIENT: American Lands Alliance, DC
ABSTRACT: For Southern Rockies wildlands protection program
AMOUNT: $160,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: Toward protection and restoration of Lehigh River watershed and smart growth initiatives within Lehigh Valley
AMOUNT: $660,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 2000
DURATION: 3-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Albert A. List Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $18,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Deer Creek Foundation
RECIPIENT: League of Wilderness Defenders, Fossil, OR
ABSTRACT: For Klamath Siskiyou Wildlands Center, which undertakes public education, administrative work, and litigation to force federal land management agencies to comply with existing environmental law concerning timber sales, logging roads and mining claims
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Buchanan Family Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Trust of Southeastern Massachusetts, Duxbury, MA
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: Wilderness Society, DC
ABSTRACT: For concentrated education and advocacy campaign to raise to national priority major issues concerning future of Northern Forest, with particular focus on saving wildlands in Maine
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Columbia Foundation
RECIPIENT: Save the Redwoods League, San Francisco, CA
ABSTRACT: For Redwoods to the Sea Wildlife Corridor, east-west biological wildlands corridor to connect Humboldt Redwoods State Park to King Range National Conservation Area on Pacific Coast
AMOUNT: $100,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: Toward expansion of land-protection program in Lehigh and Northampton counties
AMOUNT: $66,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Surdna Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Northern Forest Alliance, Montpelier, VT
ABSTRACT: For ongoing support for campaign to protect region's most important wildlands, to encourage well-managed private forests and to build strong diverse local economies
AMOUNT: $100,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For general support for Grand Canyon Wildlands Council

AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Grand Canyon Wildlands Council, Flagstaff, AZ
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Toronto, Canada
ABSTRACT: For Yukon Wildlands project
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: California Wilderness Coalition, Davis, CA
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1999
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project and Southwest Regional Ecosystems Project
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
AMOUNT: $60,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
  
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998

FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
  
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For transboundary conservation initiatives in Cabinet-Yaak region as part of Yellowstone-to-Yukon Conservation Initiative

AMOUNT: $16,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For work with community organizations, local governments and private landowners to protect wildlife corridors north and west of Yellowstone National Park to maintain long-term genetic exchange for wildlife in Northern Rockies
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
DURATION: 2-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For capital and operating support
AMOUNT: $52,439 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Weeden Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For Sky Islands-Greater Gila ecosystem portion of Wildlands  Project
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Weeden Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For continuing support for efforts to establish core wilderness reserves
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Weeden Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: To protect ecosystems by preventing road building in wildland areas
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Weeden Foundation
RECIPIENT: Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, Juneau, AK
ABSTRACT: For general support for campaign to protect wildlands of Southeast Alaska
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: AT&T Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlife Habitat Council, Silver Spring, MD
ABSTRACT: For Exceeding Expectations Wildlands Conference
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For The Wildlands Project and Southwest Regional Ecosystem Project
AMOUNT: $100,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Town Creek Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support and for new citizen advocate network
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
AMOUNT: $120,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
  
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
  
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
  
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For Conservation Biology Institute
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Center for Preventing Roads, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Greater Laurentian Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1998
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Richard King Mellon Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: Toward research
AMOUNT: $150,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
DURATION: 3-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Richard King Mellon Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: Toward operating support
AMOUNT: $175,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Bullitt Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: To conduct assessment to produce biologically defensible definition of Yellowstone to Yukon region, describes socioeconomic landscape and outlines status and trends of environmental threats and opportunities
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The John Merck Fund
RECIPIENT: Northern Appalachian Restoration Project, Lancaster, NH
ABSTRACT: To foster citizen involvement in maintaining ecology of Northern Forest, with special emphasis on halting use of herbicides, promoting sustainable management practices and building public support for wildlands protection
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Compton Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project Science Workshop
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wilderness Society, DC
ABSTRACT: For campaign to begin to bridge mid-Atlantic gap as part of its vision of sustainable network of wildlands in the Northeast
AMOUNT: $100,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Greater Laurentian Wildlands Project, South Burlington, VT
ABSTRACT: For land preservation efforts in Greater Laurentian Region of Wildlands Project, which works in New England, New York and Canada's maritime provinces to create interconnected system of reserves for benefit of people, animals and general quality of life
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For continuing support toward capital needs
AMOUNT: $45,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Heinz Family Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Corridors of Life Project
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The New-Land Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For land preservation efforts in Greater Laurentian Region
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wilderness Society, DC
ABSTRACT: For Center for Landscape Analysis to assist people in decision making processes about management of wildlands in Northern Forest
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
AMOUNT: $35,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Turner Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For general support of Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $75,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996

FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For The Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $75,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: Klamath Forest Alliance, Forks of Salmon, CA
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Protection Project
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $130,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Earth Island Institute, San Francisco, CA
ABSTRACT: For work to save wildlands and coastal zones of Siberia and  Russian Far East
AMOUNT: $150,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Pew Charitable Trusts
RECIPIENT: Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For matching grant for continued support of campaign to protect
 forested wildlands and watersheds of Northern Rocky Mountains
AMOUNT: $300,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project, to create and implement long-term vision of biologically healthy continent
AMOUNT: $75,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Bullitt Foundation
RECIPIENT: Greater Yellowstone Coalition, Bozeman, MT
ABSTRACT: For project to protect Northern Rockies, as part of Northern  Rockies Campaign, which supports wildlands protection initiative that integrates grassroots constituencies, science and legal strategies and supports ongoing work of conservation groups in region
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For third and final payment of grant toward construction of Rodale Fitness Park
AMOUNT: $57,439 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For second payment of grant toward construction of parking lot, broadwalk and new flooring in educational building
AMOUNT: $45,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: Toward completion of Pool Wildlife Sanctuary boardwalks and five-year strategic plan, including master plan for Pool Sanctuary and feasibility study for proposed Lehigh River initiative
AMOUNT: $80,300 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For land acquisition program in Lehigh and Northampton Counties
AMOUNT: $382,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
DURATION: 3-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Heinz Family Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Corridors of Life project
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1995
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Weeden Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Corridors of Life bio-diversity protection project for Northern Rockies, seeking to identify and advocate for system of linked habitat reserves
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Project, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: To gather biological information, verify it, analyze it and map areas that should be protected by buffer zones
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1995
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1995
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $30,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1995
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, McMinnville, OR
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1995
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: California Wilderness Coalition, Davis, CA
ABSTRACT: For California Wildlands Project
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1995
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Henry P. Kendall Foundation
RECIPIENT: Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Toronto, Canada
ABSTRACT: For core support for Yellowstone to Yukon Biodiversity  Strategy, U.S./Canadian conservation initiative to maintain and restore  wildlife and wildlands in northern Rocky Mountains
AMOUNT: $75,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1996
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: Toward organizational expansion to implement Lehigh River Watershed Initiative public education and planning programs
AMOUNT: $566,500 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1997
DURATION: 3-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: Wilderness Society, DC
ABSTRACT: For citizens handbook on wildlands in Georgia's Chattahoochee National Forest
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1994
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: Toward campaign for construction costs of Bob Rodale Cycling and Fitness Park
AMOUNT: $55,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1994
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For Jordan Creek Stream Corridor Conservation Project
AMOUNT: $16,500 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1994
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Richard King Mellon Foundation
RECIPIENT: Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA
ABSTRACT: To create system of protecting wildlands, promoting sustainable forests and supporting local economies while insuring ecological sustainability
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Weeden Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Tatshenshini River Campaign including education of general public and U.S. and Canadian officials on potential impact of mining in this international watershed
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1994
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The New-Land Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
AMOUNT: $28,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $245,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: World Wildlife Fund/Conservation Foundation, DC
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands and Human Needs Program and tropical forestry projects in Chile and Colombia
AMOUNT: $80,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Foundation for Deep Ecology
RECIPIENT: North American Wilderness Recovery, Tucson, AZ
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands project
AMOUNT: $40,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Compton Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Tatshenshini Campaign
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: Toward purchase of 1,100 acres of land in Lancaster County
AMOUNT: $250,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1993
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Jackson Hole Preserve, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Timber Management Policy Reform Program
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $205,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: World Wildlife Fund/Conservation Foundation, DC
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands and Human Needs Program and sustainable forestry work
AMOUNT: $120,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Compton Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992

FOUNDATION NAME: W. Alton Jones Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: To appeal forest service plans, investigate and expose faulty timber practices and train citizens on ways to participate in forest planning of National Forests in the Rockies
AMOUNT: $50,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1991
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For greenway study of Little Lehigh Creek in Lehigh County
MOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The William Penn Foundation
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For establishment of open lands preservation program
AMOUNT: $286,700 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
DURATION: 3-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Jackson Hole Preserve, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Timber Management Policy Reform program
AMOUNT: $20,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1991
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Liz Claiborne & Art Ortenberg Foundation
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
AMOUNT: $12,500 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1992
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $205,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1991
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Moriah Fund
RECIPIENT: World Wildlife Fund/Conservation Foundation, DC
ABSTRACT: For Wildlands and Human Needs Program and sustainable forestry demonstration project
AMOUNT: $120,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1991
 
FOUNDATION NAME: W. Alton Jones Foundation, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: To protect national forests in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Northern Rockies and other areas
AMOUNT: $70,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1990
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For out-of-doors shelter for Pool Sanctuary
AMOUNT: $15,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1990
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Pew Charitable Trusts
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Timber Management Policy Reform Program, which promotes responsible management of national forest lands in interior west of U.S.
AMOUNT: $150,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1991
DURATION: 3-year grant
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Jackson Hole Preserve, Inc.
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For hiring of new Executive Director
AMOUNT: $25,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1990

FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $150,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1990
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Beldon Fund
RECIPIENT: American Wildlands, Englewood, CO
ABSTRACT: For Timber Management Policy Reform Program for Yellowstone Ecosystem, including research, technical assistance, citizen organizing and outreach around issue of Forest Service timber management policies
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1990
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Harry C. Trexler Trust
RECIPIENT: Wildlands Conservancy, Emmaus, PA
ABSTRACT: For Cedar Creek greenway study
AMOUNT: $16,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1989
 
FOUNDATION NAME: The Charles Engelhard Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
AMOUNT: $102,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1989
 
FOUNDATION NAME: Sequoia Foundation
RECIPIENT: Craighead Wildlife-Wildlands Institute, Missoula, MT
ABSTRACT: For general support
AMOUNT: $10,000 YEAR AUTHORIZED: 1988

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