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For film and equipment for a scuba diving expedition to make exploratory observations and collect biological and geological specimens at Cordell Bank, a large seamount located 50 miles northwest of San Francisco.
Funding for the production of a documentary film portrait on Dr. Helen Caldicott, pediatrician and author of Nuclear Madness: What You Can Do. Funds were also granted for printing copies of the film.
Funding was provided for an ecological field studies group for high schools students at the Heritage Christian School in Indiana.
Funding for an analysis of tree growth data compiled at the Hutcheson Memorial Forest, Rutgers University.
Funding toward television ads by a coalition of environmental and citizen action groups concerned with the environmental aspects of surface (strip) mining.
Grant in support of the organization of Earth Day 80, a celebration of the tenth anniversary of the founding of Earth Day.
Funding for the journal, The Northern Line published by this organization, dedicated to the protection of the Alaskan environment and lifestyle through education and action.
Grant in support of a study of the impact of the implementation of Act 250 in Windham County. Act 250 is environmental legislation created in 1970 to control development.
A student at New York University Law School, Mr. Hallo conducted a legal study of energy conservation strategies for New York City. The final report, entitled From Construction to Conservation: Changing Directions in Utility Investment Strategies, is included in the folder
Grant toward the restoration of a breeding population of peregrine falcons in Minnesota at the Nature Conservancy’s Weaver Dunes natural area.