Oregon Wild

Oregon Wild was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2011.

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Mt. Hood, Oregon. Photo courtesy of Bureau of Land Management.

Oregon Wild Grant history

2011

$3,000 - To fund an outreach campaign to safeguard clean drinking water in Oregon. Opportunity fund

2009

$2,500 - To protect Crater Lake National Park from road building and logging. Opportunity fund

2005

$25,000 - To protect and restore Oregon's wildlands, wildlife, and waters. Place-based conservation

2004

$15,000 - To protect and restore Oregon's wildlands, wildlife, and waters. Place-based conservation

2003

$2,750 - To protect roadless areas in the Kalmiopsis wilderness proposal from threats by the U.S. Forest Service's Biscuit Fire Recovery Project. Opportunity fund

2002

$300,000 - To strengthen ONRC's organizational infrastructure and increase its capacity to build the base of support needed to achieve permanent protection of Oregon's wildlands. Conservation capacity

2001

$25,000 - To develop a plan for increasing ONRC's organizational effectiveness. Conservation capacity

2000

$60,000 - For project support to protect Oregon's wildlands and to build organizational capacity. Place-based conservation