Center for Progressive Reform

Spring 2016 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$165,000

Washington, DC

www.progressivereform.org

for work to provide legal research and analysis in support of Bay policy advocacy efforts and serving as a facilitator and coordinator for the Chesapeake Bay Legal Enforcement Network.

Spring 2015 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$125,000

Washington, DC

www.progressivereform.org

for support of CPR’s Chesapeake Bay work, including the hosting and management of the Chesapeake Bay Enforcement Network.

Spring 2014 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$100,000

Washington, DC

www.progressivereform.org

For work to promote comprehensive oversight of public and private sector efforts to restore the Chesapeake Bay, including through the management of the Chesapeake Bay Enforcement Network.

Spring 2013 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$100,000

Washington, DC

www.progressivereform.org

Comprehensive Oversight of Public and Private Sector Efforts to Restore the Chesapeake Bay through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Bay-wide Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)

Spring 2012 Grants

Chesapeake Bay Program

$75,000

Washington, DC
www.progressivereform.org

To support Clean Water Accountability in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, a continuing effort to emphasize the importance of enforcement, identify areas where enforcement is weak, recommend how enforcement can be improved, and demand federal and state accountability for restoration efforts.

Spring 2011 Grants

Preserving Our Natural Heritage: Mid Atlantic Land Estuaries and Coastal Bays

$150,000

Washington, DC
www.progressivereform.org

to support Clean Water Accountability in The Chesapeake Bay Watershed, an effort to increase scrutiny of government accountability efforts so that citizens, environmental allies, and policymakers will have a comprehensive understanding of how well federal and state agencies are achieving their clean water and Bay-protection mandates.

Spring 2010 Grants

Preserving Our Natural Heritage: Mid Atlantic Land Estuaries and Coastal Bays

$25,000

Washington, DC
www.progressivereform.org

to convene a team of federal water policy scholars to produce a legal memorandum that identifies potential challenges to the legality of the Bay-wide TMDL and the Watershed Implementation Plans, identifies legal arguments in support of the TMDL and WIPs, and provides a litigation and media strategy to help grassroots activists in the Bay watershed refute these challenges