For the 2018 annual conference that will focus on racial equity in the food system, and work in partnership with the Food Narrative Project to engage New England and Chesapeake region food system leaders in research and learning about food system communications frames.
San Francisco, CA
for support of the Clean Water for the Chesapeake Bay Region program. The grant includes $15,000 to develop an expert report on FERC’s final Environmental Impact Statement on the relicensing of the Conowingo Dam.
For legal and legislative advocacy work to reduce storm water pollution, as well as strategic communications and grassroots organizing efforts.
For general support. Wicomico Environmental Trust will galvanize public support and hold local government accountable to implementing Wicomico County’s Watershed Implementation Plan.
College Park, MD
For the “Water Resources Project”. The Maryland Chapter of the Sierra Club will mobilize citizens and advocate for accountability, credibility, and high standards in all components of Watershed Implementation Plan implementation at the state and local level.
College Park, MD
project support for work to increase accountability and enforcement of Maryland’s Watershed Implementation Plan at the state and local level (specifically Talbot, Prince George’s, and Charles counties), and continue to invest deeply in volunteer leaders to empower Sierra Club activists on WIP issues.
general support for work to engage the community and local officials in implementation of the WIP.
General support to allow expansion of faith-based climate change organizing to congregations throughout Maryland.