Alaska Community Action on Toxics was a Brainerd Foundation grantee from 2000 to 2005.
$3,000 - To protect Alaskan forests, salmon streams, wetlands, eagle nesting habitat, and Haida traditional lands from aerial pesticides. Opportunity fund
$20,000 - To develop a statewide investigation, tracking and public education effort to protect human and environmental health from threats caused by mining operations in ecologically- and culturally-sensitive areas. Place-based conservation
$2,000 - To host a strategy session of conservation organizations working on mining issues in Alaska to create a strategy for overhauling Alaskan mining practices. Opportunity fund