Contains 12 Results:
A grant was provided for a study of the impact of in-situ uranium mining techniques in Wyoming. This study addressed concerns that mining activities may contaminate aquifers with radioactive isotopes.
Support for the preparation and publication of a document describing the background, workings and performance of Act 250, Vermont’s land use and development law.
Funding toward an analysis of the economics of strip and deep mining for coal.
Grant towards the publication of studies of diatoms of Adak Island, Alaska.
Printing and dissemination of feasibility study of a national youth conservation corps.
Contribution to TNC’s International Program, Costa Rica program.
FEC is a conservation organization dedicated to the wise use of the natural resources and preservation of the environment in interior Alaska. Support was provided for the operating expenses and publication of the FEC’s journal, “The Northern Line”
Funding for research into the biogeochemical cycles of a tropical agro ecosystem of the Montverde community of Costa Rica.
Support of an analysis of the long-term impacts of the Mount St. Helens eruptions on forest productivity. In particular, the rate at which Douglas fir forests could recolonize an area after destruction by an eruption.
The AFT was formed in 1980 out of concern for the rapid depletion of the nation’s agricultural resource base. The Foundation supported efforts to preserve farmlands in Pleasant Valley, VT.