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Bullitt Environmental Fellowship

The Bullitt Environmental Fellowship is a two-year, $50,000/year fellowship for graduate students interested in pursuing leadership positions within the environmental field.

Bullitt Foundation Vision

An essay by Denis Hayes. Cascadia, the Northwest corner of the United States and the Southwest corner of Canada, is emerging as ground zero for sustainable development.

Other Grant Opportunities

Notices of funding resources outside the Bullitt Foundation.

 

Grantee Profile: Northwest Chinook Recovery

15657 Yokeko Drive
Anacortes, WA 98221
(360) 588-1917

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Grants

Year Value Project Description
2005 $15,000

The grant supported efforts on behalf of Snohomish County dairy farmers allied with the Tulalip Tribe in the development of a 227-acre parcel slated as the site for a biodigester facility.

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  • Washington

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  • Inactive Programs

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2003 $10,000

The grant supported a project to determine the feasibility of a biodigester facility, and to facilitate protection of agricultural lands.

Regions

  • Washington

Program Areas

  • Inactive Programs

Contact

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