February 2006
Nonprofit World Funding Alert;Feb2006, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p5
The article presents information on the grants offered by two nonprofit organizations for the conservation of natural resources. Washington, DC, based National Forest Foundation supports projects that address community-based forest stewardship, watershed health and restoration, wildlife habitat improvement, and recreation issues in proactive ways. New York based Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation supports environmental and reproductive rights projects. Also of interest are programs that address toxics, sustainable agriculture, U.S. reproductive rights, sustainable communities, U.S. environmental justice, strengthening the U.S. nonprofit sector, and environmental issues in the metropolitan New York region.


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