Pacific Rivers Council has been a Brainerd Foundation grantee since 2002.
$3,000 - To engage key stakeholders in protecting and enhancing the ecological function of the Columbia River. Opportunity fund
$3,000 - To develop an economic analysis of the benefits of including ecosystem function as a primary purpose of the Columbia River Treaty. Opportunity fund
$70,000 - A two-year grant for general support to defend and enforce key environmental laws and policies affecting Northwest forest and aquatic ecosystems. Place-based conservation
$41,400 - To defend and enforce key environmental laws and policies affecting Northwest forest and aquatic ecosystems while promoting the application of sound science in federal land management decisions. Place-based conservation
$25,000 - To analyze the positive and negative contributions of hatchery fish to natural populations of Oregon coho salmon. Place-based conservation