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Virginia Environmental Endowment, , part of The Robert R. Merhige, Jr., Environmental History Archive

A Guide to the Records, 1977–2011, of the Virginia Environmental Endowment, part of The Robert R. Merhige, Jr., Environmental History Archive
Call Number Mss3 V81951 a FA2

Processed by: L. Paige Newman. The processing of this collection, including production of the oral histories, was made possible through financial support from the Virginia Environmental Endowment.
c 2012 By Virginia Historical Society. All rights reserved

Introduction to the guide by Gerald P. McCarthy, Executive Director of the Virginia Environmental Endowment

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Access: Collection is open for research.
Use Restrictions: There are no restrictions.
Preferred Citation Records, 1977-2011, of the Virginia Envrionmental Endowment, part of The Robert R. Merhige, Jr., Environmental History Archive (Mss3 V81951 a FA2), Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va., USA.
Acquisition Information Gift of the Virginia Environmental Endowment through the courtesy of Gerald P. McCarthy, Richmond, Va., in 2009. Accessioned November 2, 2011.

DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY

Repository: Virginia Historical Society.
Collection number: Mss3 V81951 a FA2
Title: Records, 1977-2011, of the Virginia Envionmental Endowment
Size: 91 linear feet
Language: English
Abstract: Administrative and financial materials, records of grants awarded, publications, and oral histories with Virginia Environmental Endowment officials and other interested persons.

Scope and Content Information

Organization

This collection is organized into six series as follows: Series 1. Governance materials; Series 2. Financial materials; Series 3. Executive Director's records; Series 4. Grants; Series 5. Public outreach; and Series 6. Oral histories.

Biographical/Historical Information

The Virginia Environmental Endowment (VEE) was established in 1977 as a nongovernmental, nonprofit corporation designed to improve the quality of Virginia's environment. Initial funding came from a voluntary contribution by Allied Chemical Corporation (now Honeywell) as partial settlement of the Kepone federal pollution litigation. Subsequent federal court settlements have added to the endowment's funds and have allowed its grant-making to extend to West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio.

The VEE currently has three grant-making programs: the Virginia Program, the Virginia Mini-Grant Program, and the Kanawha and Ohio River Valleys Program. A fourth program, the Martins Ferry-Ohio River Program, is no longer active. The VEE makes grants to nonprofit, tax-exempt, charitable organizations and to governmental agencies. The Virginia Program supports community action, reinforced and informed by research and education. The Virginia Mini-Grant Program supports community-based efforts to strengthen environmental education and to promote stewardship of Virginia's waterways. The Kanawha and Ohio River Valleys Program supports research, education, and community action on water quality and the effects of water pollution on public health and the environment. The Martins Ferry-Ohio River Program supported water quality and aquatic education within a 100-mile area near Martins Ferry, Ohio. Gerald P. McCarthy became executive director in 1977 when the endowment was established and has remained its head through the VEE's history.

Index Terms

Conservation of natural resources—Virginia—History.
Environmental education—Virginia—History.
Environmental management—Virginia—History.
Environmental policy—Virginia.
Environmental protection—Virginia.
Environmentalism—Virginia—History.
McCarthy, Gerald P., 1943-
Nature conservation—Virginia—History.
Oral history.
Virginia Environmental Endowment—History.
Virginia Environmental Endowment—Records and correspondence.
Water conservation—Virginia—History.

Guide

Series 1. Governance materials, 1977-2009.

The records of the Virginia Environmental Endowment (VEE) begin with a series concerning the creation and governance of the organization. These materials trace the establishment of the VEE as a nongovernmental, nonprofit corporation in 1977 designed to improve the quality of Virginia's environment. Initial funding came from a voluntary contribution by Allied Chemical Corporation (now Honeywell) as partial settlement of the Kepone federal pollution litigation. Subsequent federal court settlements have added to the endowment's funds and have allowed its grant-making to extend to West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio. The series consists chiefly of minutes of the board of directors, the original slate of which was appointed by federal judge Robert R. Merhige, Jr. The board appoints two standing committees. The Operations Committee oversees the general workings of the foundation, sets personnel policies, and recommends a slate of officers for the corporation. The Investment Committee selects, supervises, and reviews the VEE's investment managers and recommends annually a grants budget and an operations budget to the board.

Series 1.1. Series 1.1. Corporate records, 1977-2009.

Series 1.1 presents some of the foundational documents that have shaped the VEE and its history.

Box 1

Folder

 

1

Articles of incorporation and amendments, 1977-2007

2

Bylaws and amendments, 1977-2009

3

Article XI, Virginia Constitution

Series 1.2. Board of Directors minutes, etc., 1977-1999.

Series 1.2 includes meeting minutes of the board and its committees, arranged in chronological order. These minutes are primarily found in folders with materials distributed in advance of the next meeting in course, such as agendas, board correspondence, pre-meeting materials, grant proposal summaries, grant recommendations, articles, newsletters, and newspaper clippings.

Folder

 

4

Board of Directors meeting, 1 February 1977

5

Board of Directors meeting, 1 March 1977

6

Board of Directors meeting, 7 June 1977

7

Board of Directors meeting, 29-30 June 1977

8

Board of Directors workshop, 21-22 August 1977

9

Board of Directors meeting, 5 October 1977

10

Board of Directors meeting, 7 December 1977

11

Board of Directors meeting, 9-11 March 1978

12

Board of Directors meeting, 8 June 1978

13

Board of Directors meeting, 13 September 1978

14

Board of Directors meeting, 14 December 1978

15

Board of Directors meeting, 8-9 March 1979

16

Board of Directors meeting, 5 June 1979

17

Personnel Committee meeting, 15 August 1979

18

Board of Directors meeting, 19 September 1979

19

Board of Directors meeting, 7 December 1979

20

Board of Directors meeting, 6-7 March 1980

21

Board of Directors meeting, 11 June 1980

22

Board of Directors meeting, 12 September 1980

23

Board of Directors meeting, 5 December 1980

24

Board of Directors meeting, 5-6 March 1981

25

Board of Directors meeting, 3 June 1981

26

Board of Directors meeting, 18 September 1981

27

Board of Directors meeting, 30 December 1981

28

Board of Directors meeting, 12 March 1982

29

Board of Directors meeting, 19 May 1982

30

Board of Directors meeting, 4 August 1982

31

Board of Directors meeting, 12 December 1982

32

Board of Directors meeting, 4 March 1983

33

Board of Directors meeting, 9 June 1983

34

Board of Directors meeting, 21 September 1983

35

Board of Directors meeting, 9 December 1983

36

Board of Directors meeting, 1-2 March 1984

37

Board of Directors meeting, 1 June 1984

38

Board of Directors meeting, 7 September 1984

39

Board of Directors meeting, 7 December 1984

Box 2

Folder

 

40

Board of Directors meeting, 8 March 1985

41

Board of Directors meeting, 28 June 1985

42

Board of Directors meeting, 13 September 1985

43

Board of Directors meeting, 6 December 1985

44

Board of Directors meeting, 7 March 1986

45

Board of Directors meeting, 18 July 1986

46

Board of Directors meeting, 4-5 December 1986

47

Board of Directors meeting, 4-5 March 1987

48

Board of Directors meeting, 23-24 July 1987

49

Board of Directors meeting, 10-11 December 1987

50

Operations Committee meeting, 2 February 1988

51

Board of Directors meeting, 3-4 March 1988

52

Board of Directors meeting, 21-22 July 1988

53

Board of Directors meeting, 10-11 November 1988

54

Operations Committee meeting, 7 February 1989

55

Board of Directors meeting, 9-10 March 1989

56

Investment Committee meeting, 9-10 March 1989

57

Board of Directors meeting, 13-14 July 1989

58

Board of Directors meeting, 9-10 November 1989

59

Board of Directors meeting, 15-16 March 1990

60

Operations Committee meeting, 15 March 1990

61

Board of Directors meeting, 13 July 1990

62

Board of Directors meeting, 15 November 1990

63

Operations Committee meeting, 12 February 1991

64

Board of Directors meeting, 5-6 March 1991

Box 3

Folder

 

65

Board of Directors meeting, 11-12 July 1991

66-67

Board of Directors meeting, 7-8 November 1991 (2 folders)

68

Operations Committee meeting, 10 February 1992

69-70

Board of Directors meeting, 3-4 March 1992 (2 folders)

71

Board of Directors meeting, 9-10 July 1992

72

Board of Directors meeting, 10-11 November 1992

73

Board of Directors meeting, 8-9 March 1993

74

Board of Directors meeting, 15-16 July 1993

75

Board of Directors meeting, 18-19 November 1993

76

Board of Directors meeting, 4 March 1994

77

Board of Directors meeting, 7-8 July 1994

78

Board of Directors meeting, 17-18 November 1994

79

Board of Directors meeting, 6-7 March 1995

80

Board of Directors meeting, 6-7 July 1995

81

Board of Directors meeting, 16-17 November 1995

82

Board of Directors meeting, 4-5 March 1996

83

Board of Directors meeting, 27-28 June 1996

84

Board of Directors meeting, 8-9 November 1996

85

Board of Directors meeting, 3-4 March 1997

86

Board of Directors meeting, 19-20 June 1997

87

Board of Directors meeting, 6-7 November 1997

88

Board of Directors meeting, 2-3 March 1998

89

Board of Directors meeting, 17-18 June 1998

90

Board of Directors meeting, 6-7 November 1998

91

Board of Directors meeting, 1-2 March 1999

92

Board of Directors meeting, 24-25 June 1999

Series 1.3. Annual Reports, 1977-2010.

Annual reports issued by the VEE to document its activities, such as grants awarded in a given year and the handling of financial resources committed to it.

Box 4

Folder

 

93

Annual Report, 1977 (includes 1978)

94

Annual Report, 1979

95

Annual Report, 1980

96

Annual Report, 1981

97

Annual Report, 1982

98

Annual Report, 1983

99

Annual Report, 1984

100

Annual Report, 1985

101

Annual Report, 1986

102

Annual Report, 1987

103

Annual Report, 1988

104

Annual Report, 1989

105

Annual Report, 1990

106

Annual Report, 1991

107

Annual Report, 1992

108

Annual Report, 1993

109

Annual Report, 1994

110

Annual Report, 1995

111

Annual Report, 1996

112

Annual Report, 1997

113

Annual Report, 1998

114

Annual Report, 1999

115

Annual Report, 2000

116

Annual Report, 2001

117

Annual Report, 2002

118

Annual Report, 2003

119

Annual Report, 2004

120

Annual Report, 2005

121

Annual Report, 2006

122

Annual Report, 2007

123

Annual Report, 2008

124

Annual Report, 2009

125

Annual Report, 2010

Series 2. Financial materials, 1977-2007.

In February 1977, in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Allied Chemical Corporation was fined $13.2 million for polluting the James River with the insecticide Kepone. With the approval of Judge Robert R. Merhige, Jr., a portion of this fine--$8 million--was paid by Allied into a fund to create the Virginia Environmental Endowment for the purpose of improving the quality of Virginia's environment. Between 1981 and 1991, VEE received another $1.4 million in court settlements paid by the FMC Corporation, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel Corporation, IR International, Inc., and Hauni Richmond, Inc. The FMC funds expanded the Endowment's work in Virginia and beyond into the Kanawha River and Ohio River Valleys. In the late 1980s, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation sued Bethlehem Steel. The Bethlehem Steel case was settled for a total of $1.5 million dollars; the court ordered Bethlehem Steel to send the VEE approximately $193,000 to expand its work in the Chesapeake Bay region.

Series 2.1. Financial records, 1977-2005.

Series 2.1 consists of financial statements, FMC financial statements, balance sheets, stock receipts, bank statements, investment statements, and correspondence.

Folder

 

126

Internal Revenue Service tax forms, 1977-1988

127

Virginia State Corporation Commission form, 1988

128

Financial statements, 1977

129

Financial statements, January-August 1978

130

Financial statements, September-December 1978

131

Financial statements, January-May 1979

132

Financial statements, June-September 1979

133

Financial statements, October-December 1979

134

Financial statements, January-April 1980

135

Financial statements, May-June 1980

136

Financial statements, July-August 1980

137

Financial statements, September-October 1980

138

Financial statements, November-December, 1980

Box 5

Folder

 

139

Financial statements, January-March 1981

140

Financial statements, April-June 1981

141

Financial statements, July-September 1981

142

Financial statements, October-December 1981

143

FMC Financial statements, January-July 1981

144

FMC Financial statements, August-December 1981

145

Financial statements, January-March 1982

146

Financial statements, April-June 1982

147

Financial statements, July-September 1982

148

Financial statements, October-December 1982

149

FMC Financial statements, January-July 1982

150

FMC Financial statements, August-December 1982

Box 6

Folder

 

151

Financial statements, January-March 1983

152

Financial statements, April-June 1983

153

Financial statements, July-September 1983

154

Financial statements, October-December 1983

155

FMC Financial statements, January-July 1983

156

FMC Financial statements, August-December 1983

157

Financial statements, January-March 1984

158

Financial statements, April-May 1984

159

Financial statements, July-September 1984

160

Financial statements, October-December 1984

161

FMC Financial statements, January-July 1984

162

FMC Financial statements, August-December 1984

Box 7

Folder

 

163

Financial statements, January-March 1985

164

Financial statements, April-June 1985

165

Financial statements, July-September 1985

166

Financial statements, October-December 1985

167

FMC Financial statements, January-July 1985

168

FMC Financial statements, August-December 1985

169

Financial statements, January-June 1986

170

Financial statements, July-December 1986

171

FMC Financial statements, January-June 1986

172

FMC Financial statements, July-December 1986

173

Financial statements, January-June 1987

174

Financial statements, July-December 1987

175

FMC Financial statements, January-June 1987

176

FMC Financial statements, July-December 1987

177

Financial statements, January-June 1988

178

Financial statements, July-December 1988

Box 8

Folder

 

179

FMC Financial statements, January-June 1988

180

FMC Financial statements, July-December 1988

181

Financial statements, January-June 1989

182

Financial statements, July-December 1989

183

FMC Financial statements, January-February 1989

184

Financial statements, January-June 1990

185

Financial statements, July-December 1990

186

Financial statements, January-June 1991

187

Financial statements, July-December 1991

188

Financial statements, January-June 1992

189

Financial statements, July-December 1992

190

Financial statements, January-June 1993

191

Financial statements, July-December 1993

192

Financial statements, January-August 1994

193

Financial statements, September-December 1994

194

Financial statements, January-June 1995

195

Financial statements, July-December 1995

196

Financial statements, January-March 1986

197

Financial statements, April-August 1996

Box 9

Folder

 

198

Financial statements, September 1996

199

Financial statements, October-December 1996

200

Financial statements, January-March 1997

201

Financial statements, April-June 1997

202

Financial statements, July-December 1997

203

Financial statements, January-May 1998

204

Financial statements, June-September 1998

205

Financial statements, October-December 1998

206

Financial statements, January-June 1999

207

Financial statements, July-December 1999

208

Financial statements, January-December 2000

209

Financial statements, January-December 2001

210

Financial statements, January-March 2002

211

Financial statements, April-December 2002

212

Financial statements, January-April 2003

213

Financial statements, May-September 2003

Box 10

Folder

 

214

Financial statements, October-December 2003

215

Financial statements, January-March 2004

216

Financial statements, April-August 2004

217

Financial statements, September-December 2004

218

Financial statements, January-March 2005

Series 2.2. Audit Reports, 1977-2007.

Series 2.2 includes audit reports prepared by independent firms.

Folder

 

219

Audit Report, 1977

220

Audit Report, 1978

221

Audit Report, 1979

222

Audit Report, 1980

223

Audit Report, 1981

224

Audit Report, 1982

225

Audit Report, 1984 (includes information for 1983)

226

Audit Report, 1985

227

Audit Report, 1986

228

Audit Report, 1987

229

Audit Report, 1988

230

Audit Report, 1989

231

Audit Report, 1990

232

Audit Report, 1991

233

Audit Report, 1992

234

Audit Report, 1993

235

Audit Report, 1994

236

Audit Report, 1995

237

Audit Report, 1996

238

Audit Report, 1997

239

Audit Report, 1998

240

Audit Report, 1999

241

Audit Report, 2000

242

Audit Report, 2001

243

Audit Report, 2002

244

Audit Report, 2003

245

Audit Report, 2004

246

Audit Report, 2005

247

Audit Report, 2006

248

Audit Report, 2007

Series 3. Executive Director's records, 1977-2010.

Gerald P. McCarthy became executive director of the VEE in 1977 when the endowment was established and has remained its head throughout the VEE's history. Files collected here reflect upon aspects of the executive director's work at the endowment, but they also include his involvement in the broader environmental arena as a member of related agencies and organizations to which he has been appointed because of his VEE position.

Series 3.1. Correspondence, 1977-1987.

Series 3.1 consists of correspondence of the executive director with various state and city officials, grantees, and board members. The correspondence follows closely the original organization and history of the VEE, alphabetically by year. Topics of correspondence mainly concern requests for information about the endowment and its grant programs. Series 3.2 consists of correspondence, notes, and support materials relating to McCarthy's involvement with the Citizens Advisory Committee to the Chesapeake Executive Council and the Virginia Environmental Education Advisory Committee. Series 3.3 and 3.4 consist of media coverage. Series 3.5 contains materials regarding McCarthy's participation in various environmental conferences, meetings and workshops. Series 3.6 includes remarks and speeches made by the executive director as VEE's representative or otherwise by invitation.

Folder

 

249

Correspondence, 1977

250

Correspondence, 1978

251

Correspondence, 1979

252

Correspondence, 1980

253

Correspondence, 1981

254

Correspondence, 1982

255

Correspondence, 1983

256

Correspondence, 1984

257

Correspondence, 1986 January-May

258

Correspondence, 1986 June-December

259

Correspondence, 1987 January-April

260

Correspondence, 1987 May-December

Series 3.2. Committees, 1885-2008.

Citizens Advisory Committee to the Chesapeake Executive Council

VEE Executive Director Gerald P. McCarthy served on the Citizens Advisory Committee to the Chesapeake Executive Council and was its chair from 1988 to 1989. As a member of the Citizens Advisory Committee, he also participated on the Population Growth and Development Task Force, a legislative study commission established by the Virginia General Assembly to promote growth management legislation, a topic VEE had previously funded. The commission monitored state activities related to the implementation of findings in the Report of the 2020 Panel, a panel assembled by the Chesapeake Bay Commission in 1987 to evaluate the impact of future growth in the Chesapeake Bay Region. The purpose of this committee is to provide advice and guidance to state and local governments about citizens' perspectives on the Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Effort. The Chesapeake Executive Council was established by the Chesapeake Bay Agreement of 1983 to coordinate the work of restoring and protecting the Chesapeake Bay. In accordance with the 1987 Chesapeake Bay Agreement, the council is the governing body for these efforts. Parties to the 1987 Agreement are the State of Maryland; the Commonwealths of Pennsylvania and Virginia; the District of Columbia; the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, representing the federal government; and the Chesapeake Bay Commission.

Box 11

Folder

 

261

Correspondence, 1988 February-June

262

Correspondence, 1988 July

263

Correspondence, 1988 August

264

Correspondence, 1988 September

265

Correspondence, 1988 October

266-267

Correspondence, 1988 November (2 folders)

268-269

Correspondence, 1988 December (2 folders)

270

Correspondence, 1989 January

271

Correspondence, 1989 February

272

Correspondence, 1989 March-April

273

Correspondence, 1989 May

274

Correspondence, 1989 June-August

275

Correspondence, 1989 September-October

276

Correspondence, 1989 November-December

Box 12

Folder

 

277

Correspondence, 1990 February-May

278

Correspondence, 1990 June

279

Correspondence, 1990 July-September

280

Correspondence, 1994 February

281-282

Correspondence, 1994 July (2 folders)

Committee Support Materials: Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Folder

 

283

1988 - Chinchilli, Jolene E., Chesapeake Bay Restoration Program: Is an Integrated Approach Possible?; 1988 August - Growth & Development Policies; 1989 December - Passageways for Migratory Fishes; 1990 April - The Chesapeake Crisis: Turning the Tide

Committee Support Materials: Chesapeake Executive Council

Folder

 

284

1988 January - Habitat Requirements for Chesapeake Bay Living Resources

285

1988 May - Baywide Communication Plan

286

1988 July - Baywide Conventional Pollutants Control Strategy; Baywide Nutrient Reduction Strategy; Federal Facilities Strategy; and Public Access Strategy

287

1988 December - Chesapeake Bay Basinwide Toxics Reduction Strategy

288

1989 December - Chesapeake Bay Striped Bass Management Plan

Chesapeake Executive Council - Implementation Committee

Folder

 

289

1988 February - A Commitment Renewed: Restoration Progress and the Course Ahead Under the 1987 Bay Agreement

Chesapeake Executive Council - Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee

Folder

 

290

1988 June - Draft Comprehensive Research Plan of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee

Year 2020 Panel

Folder

 

291

1988 December - Population Growth and Development in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed to the Year 2020

Related Support Materials

Folder

 

292

1985 September - Virginia's Chesapeake Bay Initiatives

293

1987 February - Virginia's Chesapeake Bay Program

294

1988 June - Environmental Protection Agency Staff Papers Presented at the Chesapeake Bay Research Conference March 1988

295

1988 July - Development Policies and Guidelines to Protect Water Quality in the Chesapeake Bay Drainage Basin

296

1988 August - Volume I, Shoreline Management Options for Virginia Coastal Localities; and Volume II, Planning and Growth Management in Virginia: A Survey of Local Practice

297

1989 December - Virginia's Chesapeake Bay Program Progress and Directions

298

1992 February - Study of the Costs of Complying with the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act Regulations

299

1993 May - Cost of Providing Government Services to Alternative Residential Patterns

300

1995 May - University of Richmond Law Review, Vol. 29, No. 3

301

1999 October - The State of the Chesapeake Bay: A Report to the Citizens of the Bay Region

302

2000 - Chesapeake 2000 Agreement

303

Newsletters, 1987-1991

304

Newspaper clippings, 1988-1990

305

Pamphlets

306-307

Miscellaneous (2 folders)

Virginia Environmental Education Advisory Committee

Director McCarthy served as a member of the Virginia Environmental Education Advisory Committee (VEEC) from 2001 to 2002. The VEEC advised Virginia's governor on all matters related to environmental education in Virginia and identified and assessed the needs and priorities for environmental education.

Box 13

Folder

 

308

Correspondence, 1998 February-1999 August

309

Correspondence, 1999 September-2004 August

Support Materials: Virginia Environmental Education Materials

Folder

 

310

Virginia's Natural Resources Education Guide

311

1995 - Project Wet (Water Education for Teachers)

312

1998 - Environmental Education Resources Directory

Support Materials: Environmental Education Materials from outside Virginia

Folder

 

313

Kentucky - Land, Legacy and Learning

314

Vermont - Valley Quest

315

Wisconsin - Are we walking the talk?

Support Materials: National Environmental Education Materials

Folder

 

316

1992 - Building a Shared Vision for Environmental Education

317

1998 - Closing the Achievement Gap

318

1998 - Report Assessing Environmental Education in the United States and the Implementation of the National Environmental Education Act of 1990

319

1998 - The National Report Card on Environmental Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviors

320

Miscellaneous

Series 3.3. Media coverage, 1978-2010, written by Executive Director Gerald P. McCarthy.

Folder

 

321

1978-2010

Series 3.4. Media coverage, n.d., and 1977-2010, about the VEE and/or Executive Director Gerald P. McCarthy.

Folder

 

322

n.d.

323

1977-1979

324

1981-1989

325

1990-1998

326

2002-2010

Series 3.5. Environmental conferences, meetings and workshops, 1979-2008.

Folder

 

327

1979 October 24, New Jersey Foundation People

328

1979 October 25, Richmond Public Library "Foundation Funding Seminar"

329

1980 April 10-13, The Conservation Foundation "Environmental Decade Conference"

330

1981 June 18-20, Virginia State Bar Meeting

331

1981 November 9, Virginia Military Institute "Chessie Nature Trail Dedication"

332

1982 September 27, New England Natural Resources Center

333

1983 February 23-24, International Convocation for World Environmental Regeneration

334

1983 September 27-29, Council on Foundations

335

1983 September 30, Virginia Foundation for Humanities and Public Policy

336

1983 November 9-10, Environmental Defense Fund "Virginia Groundwater Symposium"

337

1984 January 10, The Garden Club of Virginia "Chesapeake Bay Symposium"

338

1984 May 31, National Research Council "Radon In the Indoor Environment"

339

1985 January 29-31, The Conservation Foundation "National Conference on Risk Communication"

340

1985 February 15, Environmental Defense Fund "Groundwater Scoping Committee Meeting"

341

1986 April 7-8, Virginia Water Project, Inc. "Virginia Water Conference"

342

1986 July 15, President's Commission on Americans Outdoors Meeting

343-344

2008 May 4-5, Council on Foundations "Philanthropy's Vision: A Leadership Summit" (2 folders)

Series 3.6. Speeches, 1978-2011.

These materials consist of remarks and speeches made by Gerald P. McCarthy as VEE's representative or otherwise by invitation. Topics include, in part, the role of the VEE, conflict resolution, land use, pollution, and toxic substances. Speeches of interest include 10 April 1980 on the subject of toxic substances and their effects on the environment; 6 January 1999 remarks on Virginia's environmental conflicts; and 18 October 2001 on perspective and prospects for the environment in the twenty-first century.

Folder

 

345

1978-1979

346

1980-1989

347

1991-1999

348

2000-2011

Series 4. Grants, 1977 to present.

The VEE has four grant-making programs: the Virginia Program, the Virginia Mini-Grant Program, the Kanawha and Ohio River Valleys Program, and the Martins Ferry-Ohio River Program. The VEE makes grants to nonprofit, tax-exempt, charitable organizations and to governmental agencies. Grant funds are not provided for general support, overhead, indirect costs, capital projects, land purchases, building construction or renovation, endowments, lawsuits, or to individuals. Also, matching funds in equal amounts from other sources are required, and challenge grants may be offered to provide leverage in fundraising. Series 4.1 through Series 4.4 consist of correspondence, project proposals, and support materials, such as audio and visual materials, for project activities.

Series 4.1. Virginia Program Grants, 1977 to present.

The Virginia Program supports community action, reinforced and informed by research and education. Grant-making priorities in the Virginia Program are focused on water quality research and monitoring of water quality conditions; land and open space conservation; Chesapeake Bay conservation, research, and education; and environmental education. Grant numbers listed as active grants will not have paper work.

Box 14

Folder

 

349

#77-001 - Environmental Mediation Fund: Promote the use of mediation for resolving environmental disputes in Virginia

350-351

#77-002 - The Conservation Foundation: Conference on citizen roles in toxic and hazardous substance control (2 folders)

 

#77-003 - no grant listed

352

#77-004 - Conservation Council of Virginia Foundation: Publish environmental legislative newsletter

353-354

#77-005 - The Nature Conservancy: Research and education center for the Virginia Coast Reserve (2 folders)

355-356

#77-006 - University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences: Study heavy metal contamination of Lake Anna tributaries (2 folders)

357

#77-007 - Virginia Department of Health: Long-term epidemiological study of persons exposed to low levels of Kepone (*grant declined)

358-359

#77-008 - College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law: Environmental Law conferences and expansion of environmental law library (2 folders)

360

#77-009 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Studies into the effects and treatment of Kepone exposure

361

#77-010 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Develop a biological degradation system for disposal of pesticides

362-363

#77-011 - Virginia State College Foundation, Secondary School Experiential Learning Community: Chesapeake Bay estuarine field studies for students (2 folders)

364

#78-001 - Ferrum College: Equipment and instructional materials for an environmental chemistry program

365

#78-002 - Old Dominion University, Department of Biological Sciences: Ecological study of Parramore Island

366

#78-003 - Old Dominion University, Department of Biological Sciences: Ecological assessment of productivity in waters adjacent to the Barrier Islands

Box 15

Folder

 

367-368

#78-004 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Boating equipment, scientific gear and full-time field guide for Smith Island National Estuarine Study Center (2 folders)

369-371

#78-005 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Study of legal and economic implications of changing water allocation institutions in Virginia (3 folders)

372

#78-006 - Virginia Water Control Board: Produce and present a live two hour Public Forum on water quality management via public television

373

#78-007 - Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy: Land-use study concerning the appraisal of private rights and public needs

374

#78-008 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Salary support for staff addition to Kepone laboratory

375

#78-009 - College of William and Mary/Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries: Purchase of telemetry equipment for Bald Eagle studies

376-377

#78-010 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Consolidation of environmental health programs (2 folders)

378-379

#78-011 - Old Dominion University, Institute for Urban Studies and Public Administration: Conflict assessments of three environmental disputes in Virginia (2 folders)

380

#78-012 - Virginia Department of Health: Develop a research protocol for an epidemiologic study of the human health effects of exposure to Kepone

381-382

#78-013 - National Wildlife Federation: Identify toxic substance problems in Virginia waterways and develop regulatory priorities in the management of toxic substances in Virginia (2 folders) continued in next box

Box 16

Folder

 

383-385

#78-013 - National Wildlife Federation: Identify toxic substance problems in Virginia waterways and develop regulatory priorities in the management of toxic substances in Virginia (3 folders) continued from previous box

386

#78-014 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Effect of storm water run-off on Trihalomethane concentrations in the Occoquan Reservoir

387

#79-001 - Washington and Lee University: Analysis of legal framework of the Virginia shellfish industry

388-393

#79-002 - Environmental Law Institute: Research for model state statues, and develop reforms in Virginia law to facilitate compensation of toxic substances victims (6 folders)

394

#79-003 - Norfolk State University, Department of Journalism: Conduct a workshop in marine and environmental reporting for editors and journalists

395

#79-004 - University of Virginia, Law School Foundation: Establish the Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law continues in next box

Box 17

Folder

 

396

#79-004 - University of Virginia, Law School Foundation: Establish the Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law continued from previous box

397

#79-005 - Environmental Defense Fund: Monitor implementation of environmental laws that affect water quality and hazardous waste disposal in Virginia

398

#79-006 - Conservation Council of Virginia Foundation, Inc.: Establish a Citizens Environmental Program for education, communication and participation in Virginia's environmental decisions

399

#79-007 - Virginia Military Institute Foundation, Inc.: Preservation of land along the Maury River for development of a nature trail

400

#79-008 - The Foundation Center: General operating support

401-402

#79-009 - Citizens Program for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc.: Establish the Virginia Chesapeake Bay Mini-Projects program (2 folders)

403

#79-010 - Old Dominion University, Urban Studies and Public Administration: Develop a resource for environmental dispute resolution in Virginia

404-405

#79-011 - Old Dominion University: Support for an environmental mediation project (2 folders)

406

#79-012 - Virginia State University Foundation: Support for the Chesapeake Bay Field Study and Internship Program

407

#79-013 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Research on human health effects of exposure to environmental chemicals

408

#79-014 - Hampton Institute: Water quality monitoring laboratory

409

#80-001 - Conservation Council of Virginia Foundation: Citizens Environmental Program

410

#80-002 - University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law: Purchase and maintain a collection of environmental law library materials

Box 18

Folder

 

411-413

#80-003 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: 4-H Aquatic Education and Algae Herbicide Research (3 folders)

414

#80-004 - Northern Virginia Planning District Commission: Investigation of land use planning measures for air quality maintenance

415

#80-005 - University of Virginia, Department of Civil Engineering: Establish a method for a surrogate measurement of aquatic toxicity

416

#80-006 - Washington and Lee University, School of Law: Support for the Virginia shellfish study

417

#80-007 - The Foundation Center: General operating support

418

#80-008 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Salary support for Kepone laboratory

419

#80-009 - Virginia Foundation for Architectural Education, Inc.: Awards for Virginia's Passive Solar Design Competition

420

#80-010 - Virginia Federation of Garden Clubs: 1981 Environmental Education Workshop

421-423

#80-011 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: General operating support (3 folders)

424-425

#80-012 - National Wildlife Federation: Project on toxic pollution control from federal facilities in Virginia (2 folders) continues in next box

Box 19

Folder

 

426-427

#80-012 - National Wildlife Federation: Project on toxic pollution control from federal facilities in Virginia (2 folders) continued from previous box

 

#80-013 - No grant listed

428

#80-014 - Mathematics & Science Center: Develop an estuarine education program for high school students

429

#80-015 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: General operating support for Kepone reductase research

430-431

#80-016 - Friends of Lynchburg Stream Valleys: Lynchburg Water Quality Program (2 folders)

432

#80-017 - Citizens Program for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc.: Continue funding for the Chesapeake Bay Mini-Projects Program

433

#81-001 - National Parks and Conservation Association: Fund for Turkey Run Farm

434

#81-002 - The Foundation Center: General operating support

435

#81-003 - Environmental Law Institute: Virginia Consensus Conference on Compensation for Toxic Substances Pollution

436-438

#81-004 - Virginia State University Foundation: Develop a unified environmental science program (3 folders)

439-440

#81-005 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Water Supply Contamination Notification Project (2 folders)

Box 20

Folder

 

441

#81-006 - Conservation Council of Virginia Foundation: Support for a Citizens Environmental Program

442

#81-007 - Virginia Institute for Marine Science: Assess environmental contamination of the Chisman Creek Drainage Basin

443

#81-008 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Scholar Exchange Program

444-445

#81-009 - George Mason University: Support of a Ph.D. Program in Environmental Biology-Public Policy (2 folders)

446

#81-010 - Virginia State Chamber of Commerce: Establish the Virginia Industrial Waste Exchange

447

#81-011 - Citizens Program for the Chesapeake Bay, Inc.: Continue funding for Virginia Chesapeake Bay Mini-Grant Program

448

#81-012 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Examine and advise x-ray facilities on reducing patient exposure to medical radiation

449-450

#81-013 - City of Richmond, Dept. of Planning and Community Development: Establish the Richmond Environmental Advisory Planning Service (2 folders)

451

#81-014 - Environmental Defense Fund: Continue funding for Virginia Toxic Substances Project

452

#81-015 - Virginia Department of Health: Kepone Alcohol Health Effects Study

453

#81-016 - Virginia Foundation for the Humanities & Public Policy: Administer statewide environmental mini-grant programs

454-455

#81-017 - Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Biology: Develop a Toxic Substances Education Program (2 folders)

Box 21

Folder

 

456-457

#82-001 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: General operating support (2 folders)

458-459

#82-002 - College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law: Conduct a legal analysis of uranium mining in Virginia (2 folders)

460-461

#82-003 - University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences: Investigate radiogeochemistry of natural ground waters associated with uranium-bearing rocks (2 folders)

462

#82-004 - Roanoke College, Department of Biology: Complete an identification key to the freshwater fishes of Virginia

463

#82-005 - Virginia Federation of Garden Clubs: 1983 Environmental Education Workshops

464

#82-006 - Virginia Coal and Energy Commission, Uranium Subcommittee: Consulting services for technical and environmental evaluation of uranium mining in Virginia

465-467

#82-007 - Science Museum of Virginia Foundation: Develop a permanent exhibition on Virginia's Environment in the Science Museum of Virginia (3 folders)

468

#82-008 - College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law: Symposium on Legal Rights and Interests in Water Resources

469

#82-009 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Implement Water Supply Contamination Project

Box 22

Folder

 

470

#82-010 - Environmental Defense Fund: General operating support of the Virginia Office

471

#82-011 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Study the effects of chlorinated sewage on oyster spatfall

472

#82-012 - The Student Conservation Association, Inc.: Support for volunteer resource assistants in the 1983 Virginia Student Conservation Program

473

#82-013 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Establish Virginia Barrier Islands education programs

474

#82-014 - Virginia Conservation Program: Virginia Chapter Capital Campaign

475-476

#83-001 - City of Hopewell, Virginia: Conduct atmospheric studies in Hopewell to identify air pollutants (2 folders)

477-478

#83-002 - Lower James River Association: Coordinate Lower James River Water Quality programs (2 folders)

479-480

#83-003 - Hampton University, Center for Marine and Coastal Environmental Studies: Conduct seminars on toxic substances in the environment (2 folders)

481

#83-004 - Governor's Commission on Virginia's Future: Hire a staff consultant for the Subcommittee on Environment and Natural Resources

482

#83-005 - University of Virginia Law School Foundation: Publication of the Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law

483-485

#83-006 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Provide a challenge match for funds to operate the Institute of Environmental Negotiation (3 folders)

486

#83-007 - The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter: Hire an ecologist/data manager to facilitate the Virginia Natural Diversity Information Program

Box 23

Folder

 

487

#83-008 - Environmental Defense Fund, Virginia Office: General operating support

488-489

#83-009 - Lower James River Association & Flowerdew Hundred Foundation: Produce the documentary "Reflections on The James", 16 April 1985 (2 folders, 1 U-matic tape)

490

#83-010 - Mary Baldwin College: Perform benefit/cost assessment of Lewis Creek in Staunton

491

#83-011 - Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission: Symposium on the protection and management of The Dragon Run

492-493

#83-012 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Research, education, and treatment programs of the Division of Clinical Toxicology and Environmental Medicine (2 folders)

494-495

#83-013 - Vanderbilt University, Center for Health Services: Expand the Student Environmental Health Project to serve communities and university students in Virginia (2 folders)

496

#83-014 - Virginia Department of Health: Conduct an ecological study of epidemic wildlife rabies in Virginia

497

#83-015 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Support for the Toxic Substances Education Program

498

#83-016 - Virginia Foundation for Humanities & Public Policy: Administer a statewide program of environmental mini-grants

499-500

#83-017 - University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences: Study of salt water intrusion into coastal Virginia aquifers (2 folders)

Box 24

Folder

 

501-502

#83-018 - Central Virginia Planning District Commission: Develop a Community Volunteer Water Quality Management Program (2 folders)

503

#84-001 - The Madeira School: Conduct a wildlife research program at Greenway, Virginia

504

#84-002 - Virginia Water Project, Inc. and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Conduct the conference, "Septic System Selection and Design: An Application of Microcomputer Technology"

505

#84-003 - Lower James River Association: General operating support

506-507

#84-004 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Identify needs of Virginia localities for technical assistance in addressing hazardous waste problems (2 folders)

508

#84-005 - Richmond Regional Planning District Commission: Conduct bioassay studies as part of toxicity studies in the James River Water Quality Monitoring Program

509

#84-006 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Design and implement a multimedia, statewide, citizen education program on Virginia's groundwater resources

510-511

#84-007 - Environmental Defense Fund, Virginia Office: General operating support (2 folders)

512

#84-008 - The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter: Expand the natural community classification system for the Virginia Natural Diversity Information Program

513

#84-009 - Rockbridge Area Conservation Council: Prepare and publish a pocket field guide to the Chessie Nature Trail

514

#84-010 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: General support for the Virginia Toxics Roundtable

Box 25

Folder

 

515-519

#84-011 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science: Supervise annual competitions for The Frances and Sydney Lewis Environmental Science Scholarship (5 folders)

520

#84-012 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Establish the Virginia Grassroots Program for the Chesapeake Bay

521

#84-013 - College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Mixed Function Oxidase Enzyme Research Project

522

#84-014 - Appalachian Trail Conference: General operating support for the Appalachian Trail Volunteer Work and Training Center in Konnarock, Virginia

523

#84-015 - The Student Conservation Association, Inc.: Support for volunteer resource assistants in the 1985 Virginia Student Conservation Program

524

#84-016 - University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences: Study of salt water intrusion into coastal Virginia aquifers

525-527

#84-017 - Richmond Renaissance, Inc.: Develop an environmental education program and the construction of an education center on Belle Isle in conjunction with the Richmond Riverfront Improvements Program (3 folders)

528-529

#84-018 - University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law: Establish the Robert R. Merhige, Jr., Center for Environmental Studies (2 folders)

530

#84-019 - Washington and Lee University: Contribution in recognition of Tom Wolfe and service as board member of the VEE

531

#85-001 - Virginia Citizens for Better Reclamation, Inc.: Support for the Virginia Abandoned Mined Land Research and Survey

532

#85-002 - University of Virginia Law School Foundation: Publication of the Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law

533

#85-003 - Ferrum College: Assess the effects of shoreline land use on the water quality of Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia

Box 26

Folder

 

534

#85-004 - Virginia Beach Garden Club: Supply binoculars, labels and exhibit graphic for observation points of the salt marsh boardwalk at the Virginia Marine Science Museum

535

#85-005 - Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN: Operation of the Student Environmental Health Project in Virginia and development of a similar program at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

536-538

#85-006 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Identify and serve the needs of localities for technical assistance in hazardous waste problems (3 folders)

539

#85-007 - Lower James River Association: Continued support of staff operations for water quality programs, public education, and public policy

540-542

#85-008 - University of Virginia, Institute of Government: Conduct the 1985 Virginia Assembly on The Future of the Virginia Environment (3 folders)

543

#85-009 - Virginia Division of Historic Landmarks: Publish a booklet on preservation of natural and historic resources

544

#85-010 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Initial printing of the Directory of Chesapeake Education Resources

545

#85-011 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Conduct regional educational seminars on management of water quantity

546

#85-012 - Environmental Defense Fund, Virginia Office: General operating support

547-548

#85-013 - Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, Inc.: Conduct a Grassroots Leadership Development Project (2 folders)

549

#85-014 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Civil Engineering and Department of Environmental Planning: First-year operation of the Virginia Student Environmental Health Project

Box 27

Folder

 

550

#85-015 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia Water Resources Research Center: Conduct sessions and train educators, water utility managers and extension agents on the fundamental of water resources

551

#85-016 - Appalachian Trial Conference: General operating support of the Konnarock Volunteer Work and Training Center

552

#85-017 - Old Dominion University, Department of Biological Sciences: Research activities to appraise toxic bloom and anoxia producing phytoplankton in the Chesapeake Bay

553

#85-018 - James Madison University, James Madison University Arboretum: Purchase plants for the Arboretum and produce related environmental education materials

554-555

#85-019 - Environmental Task Force and Institute for Local Self-Reliance: Organize, promote and conduct conferences on financing and alternative technologies of solid waster management (2 folders)

556

#85-020 - Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy: Administer a statewide program of environmental mini-grants

 

#85-021 - No grant listed

557

#85-022 - Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, Air Pollution Control Board: Research to assess suppression controls on fugitive coal dust

558

#85-023 - College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Support for a geochronological survey of the Lower Chesapeake Bay Estuarine

 

559

#85-024 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Support for personnel and assays for studies on chelation therapy for lead poisoning in children

560-561

#85-025 - Jackson Associates, Inc., and Metro Communications Inc.: Develop and produce a videotape, "Voices of Vision: The Future of Virginia's Environment", to explore the four environmental issues identified by the Governor's Commission on Virginia's Future-water quality, quantity, and distribution; land use; waste management; and the Chesapeake Bay (2 folders, CD copy produced from 1987 videotape)

562

#85-026 - The Student Conservation Association, Inc.: Support for volunteer resource assistants in the 1986 Virginia Student Conservation Program

563

#86-001 - Virginia Military Institute Foundation, Inc.: Repair and restoration of the Chessie Nature Trail

564

#86-002 - Southeast 4-H Educational Center: Hire an instructor for aquatic environmental education and purchase seine nets for the program

565-566

#86-003 - University of Virginia, Department for Environmental Sciences: Research on effects of agricultural chemicals on groundwater quality in the northern Shenandoah Valley (2 folders)

567

#86-004 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Maintain the Negotiation Support Fund to enable parties in environmental mediation to obtain scientific and technical assistance

Box 28

Folder

 

568

#86-005 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Conduct an investigation of landfill leachate treatment in cooperation with the University of the British of Columbia

569

#86-006 - College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law: Define and evaluate legal barriers to comprehensive natural resources management in Virginia

570

#86-007 - College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law: Identification of state and regional interests in Virginia land-use policies and decisions

571

#86-008 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Support for the Virginia Groundwater Protection Program

 

572-573

#86-009 - National Audubon Society: Development of the Nonprofit Source Pollution Control Citizen Training and Action Program in Virginia (2 folders)

574

#86-010 - The Virginia Living Museum: Develop and implement a series of science education programs for secondary schools

575

#86-011 - Lower James River Association: Salary and expenses of the Executive Director for coordination of water quality and water resources management activities

576-578

#86-012 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Provide technical assistance to local officials on hazardous waste management (3 folders)

579

#86-013 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Conduct the Environmental Summer Research Aide Program in 1987, 1988, and build financial support for its continuation

580

#86-014 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support for the Virginia Wetlands Protection Project

Box 29

Folder

 

581-583

#86-015 - Natural Resources Defense Council: Conduct an investigation of nonpoint source water pollution in relation to the Chesapeake Bay and prepare recommendations to improve Virginia's nonpoint source management program as a state model (3 folders)

584-585

#86-016 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Develop and publish a water and wastewater needs analysis (2 folders)

586-587

#86-017 - The Nature Conservancy: Assist the Virginia Eastern Shore Conservation Project, specifically activities related to mainland protection and the integration of cultural preservation (2 folders)

588

#86-018 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia Water Resources Research Center: Create a two-week curriculum training program on Virginia's water resources

589

#86-019 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Summer community internships, laboratory services, and general operations of the Virginia Student Environmental Health Project

590

#86-020 - Environmental Defense Fund, Virginia Office: General operating support

591

#86-021 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Support for the Virginia Toxics Roundtable

592-595

#86-022 - College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law: Establish the Virginia Environmental Endowment Law Fellows Program (4 folders)

Box 30

Folder

 

596-597

#86-023 - Various grantees, including Advanté Designs: Duplication, distribution, promotion and broadcast of the video program "Voices of Vision," produced for VEE by Metro Communications, Inc. and Jackson Associates from Grant #85-025 (2 folders)

598

#86-024 - The Student Conservation Association, Inc.: Support for volunteer resource assistants in the 1987 Virginia Student Conservation Program

599-600

#86-025 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Assist Richmond County in development of a land use management and shoreline protection plan (2 folders)

601-603

#86-026 - League of Women Voters of Virginia Education Fund: Support for the Future Horizons: Virginia in the Twenty-First Century Project (3 folders, 2 U-Matic tapes)

604

#86-027 - Ferrum College: Support for the Smith Mountain Lake Water Quality Monitoring and Public Education Program

605

#86-028 - The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter: Conduct the Natural Areas Registry Program for protection and management of Virginia's tidewater wetlands and rivers

606-607

#86-029 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Agricultural Economics: Support for a research study entitled "Virginia's Agricultural Future: Environmental Management Implications for the Chesapeake Bay" (2 folders)

608

#86-030 - Clean Valley Council: Support for the Roanoke Valley Curbside Recycling Project

Box 31

Folder

 

609

#87-001 - Conservation Council of Virginia: "Recycling in Virginia: Alternative Waste Management Strategies" Conference

610-611

#87-002 - I Video Productions, Inc.: Production and distribution of a pilot videotape program, "Coastal Growth: A Delicate Balance," and companion news and curriculum materials (2 folders, 2 videotapes)

612

#87-003 - Lower James River Association: Conduct the James River Corridor Study

613

#87-004 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Comparison of the Utermohl and Epifluorescent Microscopic Techniques quantifying natural Picophyto-Plankton in the Chesapeake Bay

614

#87-005 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Continued support for studies on chelation therapy for lead poisoning in children

615

#87-006 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Support for the Virginia Groundwater Protection Program

616-617

#87-007 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Water Resources Research Center: Statewide dissemination of the videotape "Voices of Vision" (2 folders)

618

#87-008 - Central Virginia Educational Television Corporation: Underwrite a portion of production costs of "Troubled Waters," a one-hour documentary on the Chesapeake Bay

619-620

#87-009 - North American Lake Management Society: Regional Symposium on Lake and Reservoir Management (2 folders)

621

#87-010 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Printing and distribution of the consensus statement of findings and recommendations of the Chesapeake Bay Land Use Roundtable

622-626

#87-011 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science: Supervise annual competitions for The Frances and Sydney Lewis Environmental Science Scholarship (5 folders)

627-628

#87-012 - Back Bay Restoration Foundation: Conduct a volunteer and professional water monitoring program in Back Bay and the North Landing River (2 folders)

Box 32

Folder

 

629

#87-013 - The Conservation Fund: Launch the Commonwealth Revolving Fund and implement the Waterfall Project

630-631

#87-014 - Environmental Defense Fund, Virginia Office: General operating support and expansion of membership (2 folders)

632-633

#87-015 - Natural Resources Defense Council: Review and revise management plan for George Washington National Forest (2 folders)

634

#87-016 - Environmental Law Institute: Conduct the Virginia Project of the Environmental Law Institute Center on Surface Coal Mining

635

#87-017 - Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy: Administer a statewide program of environmental mini-grants

636-638

#87-018 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: General operating support, laboratory services and summer community internships for the Virginia Student Environmental Health Project (3 folders)

639

#87-019 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Continue research on economical biological methods of landfill leachate treatments

640

#87-020 - The Student Conservation Association: Support for volunteer resource assistants in the 1988 Virginia Student Conservation Program

641-642

#87-021 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for the research project "Sinkhole Dumps and the Risk to Groundwater in Virginia's Karst Areas" (2 folders)

643-644

#87-022 - Rappahannock Preservation Society: Conduct "School of the Bay," a Chesapeake Bay education program for Virginia school students (2 folders)

Box 33

Folder

 

645

#87-023 - University of Virginia Law School Foundation: Publication of the Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law

646

#88-001 - Friends of Dragon Run: Produce a brochure on Dragon Run and purchase boundary markers for the Big Island Preserve

647

#88-002 - Piedmont Environmental Council: Salary support of Piedmont Environmental Council's Environmental Education Coordinator

648

#88-003 - Piedmont Environmental Council: Conduct workshop on minimum instream flow issues on behalf of the Friends of Rivers of Virginia

649-650

#88-004 - Legacy International: Support for Sister Seas Partnership and Chesapeake Forum (2 folders)

651

#88-005 - Clean Valley Council: Promote source separation and curbside collection recycling programs

652

#88-006 - Friends of the Rappahannock: General operating support

653

#88-007 - University of Virginia, Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems: Develop a prototype waste reduction option for hospitals, colleges and universities

654-655

#88-008 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Launch a pilot stream protection program in Northern Virginia and continue development of the Ohio Stream Monitoring Program (2 folders)

656

#88-009 - Virginia Forum: Produce and distribute six media kits of editorial and background information on environmental issues in Virginia

657

#88-010 - Lower James River Association: Implementation of the Lower James River Corridor Study

658-659

#88-011 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Continued support of the Virginia Wetlands Protection Project (2 folders)

660-661

#88-012 - Chesapeake Media Institute at Loyola College: Develop, research and produce a pilot episode for a documentary television series, Chesapeake Chronicles (2 folders, 1 videotape)

Box 34

Folder

 

662-665

#88-013 - Natural Resources Defense Council: Review and revise the United States Forest Service Management Plan for the George Washington National Forest (4 folders)

666

#88-014 - North American Lake Management Society: Support for the Second Annual Regional Workshop on Lake and Reservoir Management

667-669

#88-015 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: General operating support, laboratory services and summer community internships for the Virginia Student Environmental Health Project (3 folders)

670-672

#88-016 - Fifth Planning District Commission: Conduct, publish and distribute the Roanoke River Corridor Study (3 folders)

673-674

#88-017 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, University Center for Environmental and Hazardous Materials Studies: Provide education, training and assistance on solid waste management programs (2 folders)

675-676

#88-018 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Provide public education and technical assistance for groundwater management planning (2 folders)

Box 35

Folder

 

677-678

#88-019 - Appalachian Trail Conference: Develop a management plan for the Appalachian Trail in Virginia (2 folders)

679-680

#88-020 - Ferrum College: Continued support for the Smith Mountain Lake Water Quality Monitoring and public education programs (2 folders)

681-682

#88-021 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Support for the Chesapeake Bay BayWatchers, to advocate and monitor the implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act in Virginia's localities (2 folders)

683-684

#88-022 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: General operating support (2 folders)

685

#88-023 - University of Virginia, Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Maintain the Negotiation Support Fund to enable parties in environmental mediation to obtain scientific and technical assistance

686

#88-024 - Jamestown 4-H Educational Center: Purchase equipment, materials and supplies for the Marine/Aquatic Education Learning Resource Center

687

#88-025 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: General operating and program support

688

#88-026 - Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University: Environmental Health Summer Fellowship Program

689-691

#88-027 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Department of Civil Engineering: Investigate Biological Nutrient Removal systems for improved design and operation in removing nitrogen and phosphorus from wastewater (3 folders)

692

#88-028 - The Student Conservation Association: Support for volunteer resource assistants in the 1989 Virginia Student Conservation Program

693

#88-029 - The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter: Support for protection programs of endangered aquatic ecosystems of Virginia's Eastern Shore coastal bays, Tidewater rivers, and rivers of southwest Virginia

Box 36

Folder

 

694

#88-030 - Conservation Council of Virginia: Support for the 1989 Virginia Growth Management Forum

695

#88-031 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: One-time award of the George L. Yowell Fellowship in support of doctoral research on the quality of Virginia's water resources

696

#89-001 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Support for the 1989 Clean Water Conference

697

#89-002 - Chesapeake Volunteers in Youth Services, Inc.: Employment and environmental education for economically disadvantaged youth in a wetlands conservation program for the City of Chesapeake, Virginia

698

#89-003 - Piedmont Environmental Council: Support for the Piedmont Environmental Council's environmental education program

699

#89-004 - Environmental Defense Fund, Virginia Office: Staff support for a water resources attorney

700

#89-005 - University of Virginia, Center for Risk Management of Engineering Systems: Test and evaluate previously developed waste reduction program for hospitals and universities

701-702

#89-006 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Expand the Virginia Stream Protection Project, Save Our Streams (2 folders)

703

#89-007 - Environmental Law Institute: Support efforts by the Center on Surface Coal Mining to build consensus on solutions to the destruction of water supplied by mining activities in Virginia's coal fields

704

#89-008 - Clean Valley Council, Inc.: Support for the Commercial and Industrial Waste Minimization and Recycling Program

705-706

#89-009 - Natural Resources Defense Council: Conduct activities for Virginia as part of the Chesapeake Bay Project (2 folders)

707-708

#89-010 - Lower James River Association: Develop and implement the Lower James River Watershed Resource Management Plan as a model for regional planning and resource protection in the river basins of Virginia (2 folders)

709

#89-011 - Virginia Commission on Population Growth and Development: Retreat for members of the Commission to consider their recommendations for the management of population growth and development in Virginia

710

#89-012 - Council on the Environment, Commonwealth of Virginia: Design and printing of the Chesapeake Bay Resource Directory

Box 37

Folder

 

711

#89-013 - Virginia Lakes Association: Support for the 1990 Virginia Lakes Association Workshop

712-713

#89-014 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Virginia Student Environmental Health Project (2 folders)

714

#89-015 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Virginia Wetlands Protection Project

715

#89-016 - Virginia Water Project, Inc.: Rural Groundwater Protection Program

716-717

#89-017 - Virginia Wildlife Federation: 1990 Enviro-Adventure Program (2 folders, 1 videotape)

718-719

#89-018 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Center for Architecture and Urban Studies: "Managing Water Resources by Virginia Localities" Project (2 folders)

720

#89-019 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Research project "Atmospheric Deposition of Organic Pollutants in the Southern Chesapeake Bay Region"

721-722

#89-020 - Longwood College: Water Analysis Program for Southside Virginia (2 folders)

723

#89-021 - Council on the Environment: Cosponsor the Virginia Environmental Education Conference, "Turning A New Leaf: Directions for the '90s"

724

#89-022 - Council on Economic Priorities: Develop the Council on Economic Priorities Environmental Data Clearinghouse

725

#89-023 - The Student Conservation Association: Support for volunteer resource assistants for the 1990 Virginia Student Conservation Program

726

#89-024 - Earth Day 1990 Committee and Greater Richmond Community Foundation: Earth Day 1990 Celebration

727

#89-025 - Virginia Forum: Produce, print and distribute media packages covering key environmental issues in Virginia and a radio talk show booking service

Box 38

Folder

 

728-729

#89-026 - Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission: Design, development and provision of technical assistance to Middle Peninsula localities for initial year implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act (2 folders)

730

#89-027 - Legacy International: Youth for Environment and Service Environmental Leadership Training Program

731-732

#89-028 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Agricultural Engineering Department: Research project on fate and transport of pesticides in a Virginia Coastal Plain soil (2 folders)

733-735

#89-029 - Southern Environmental Law Center: General operating support of Virginia program activities (3 folders)

736

#89-030 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Advocate and monitor the implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act in Virginia's localities

737

#89-031 - University of Virginia Law School Foundation: Publication of the Virginia Environmental Law Journal

738-740

#89-032 - The College of William and Mary, Department of Computer Science: Virginia Remote Sensing Study (3 folders)

741-749

#89-033 - Lower James River Association: Supervise annual competitions for the Henry W. Mackenzie Jr. Environmental Scholarships (9 folders)

Box 39

Folder

 

750-751

#90-001 - Theatre IV: Research and production of an initial 68 statewide tour of "Wonderful World," an environmental education and production program for Grades K-5 (2 folders, 1 videotape)

752

#90-002 - Holiday Lake 4-H and Airfield 4-H Educational Centers: Outdoor and environmental education programs

753-754

#90-003 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Promotion, training and technical support for the expansion of Save Our Streams in Virginia (2 folders, 1 videotape)

755

#90-004 - Piedmont Environmental Council: Support for an environmental education program

756

#90-005 - Friends of the Rappahannock: General operating support

757

#90-006 - Science Museum of Western Virginia: Labor and materials for the exhibit Wetlands Park, and related educational programs

758

#90-007 - The Cabell Brand Center: Support for "Sustainable Economic and Environmental Development," a demonstration project in the Fifth Planning District of Virginia

759-760

#90-008 - University of Virginia: Support for the Northampton County Water Quality Monitoring Project (2 folders)

761

#90-009 - Lower James River Association: Public education program on the Lower James River Watershed Resources Management Plan

762-765

#90-010 - University of Virginia: Provide information and training on waste minimization and hazardous materials management to academic institutions, hospitals and community leaders (4 folders)

Box 40

Folder

 

766

#90-011 - Conservation Council of Virginia: Establish the Virginia Environmental Network to coordinate a statewide agenda on growth management issues

767

#90-012 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: General operating and program support, including water quality monitoring and public education

768

#90-013 - Virginia Lakes Association: 1991 Virginia Water Resources Conference

769

#90-014 - Chesapeake Research Consortium, Inc.: Regional conference "New Perspectives in the Chesapeake System: A Research and Management Partnership," on scientific research findings and management plans in the Chesapeake Bay Program

770-771

#90-015 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: General operating support and four interns for the 1991 Virginia Student Environmental Health Project (2 folders)

772-776

#90-016 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Develop and publish the Virginia Local Water Management Sourcebook to help localities integrate water resource and land use planning (5 folders)

777

#90-017 - Environmental Law Institute: Develop solutions to the problem of water loss resulting from underground mining practices in Virginia

778

#90-018 - Valley Conservation Council: General operating and program support to promote land use policies aimed at preserving environmental and economic resources

779

#90-019 - Greater Richmond Environmental Action Trust/Greater Richmond Community Foundation: Earth Day 1991 and community outreach programs with schools, public agencies and environmental organizations in the greater Richmond metropolitan area

780

#90-020 - Virginia Wildlife Federation: Provide summer conservation education to high school students, elementary school teachers and handicapped populations through the Enviro-Adventure Program

781-784

#90-021 - The College of William and Mary: Establish the Remote Sensing Center and maintain the demonstration and application of remote sensing technology in land use and natural resource management (4 folders)

Box 41

Folder

 

785

#90-022 - Council on the Environment: Provide funds for a keynote speaker and publication of proceedings for the Second Annual Conference for Environmental Literacy

786-787

#90-023 - Northern Virginia Planning District Commission: Develop a comprehensive strategy for reducing nonpoint source pollution by pesticides and other toxic organic compounds in the Occoquan River watershed (2 folders)

788

#90-024 - The Student Conservation Association, Inc.: Support for volunteer resource assistants for the 1991 Virginia Student Conservation Program

789-791

#90-025 - University of Richmond: Develop a foundation course in environmental law and a Virginia Environmental Endowment Visiting Professor position (3 folders)

792-793

#90-026 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Develop a regional model for growth and management of sustainable rural development (2 folders)

794-796

#90-027 - Central Virginia Educational Telecommunications Corporation: Coproduce with I Video Productions, Inc. a documentary series, "Highest and Best: A New Vision for Virginia's Land," which examines key land use and growth management issues in Virginia (3 folders, 2 videotapes)

797

#90-028 - Commission on Population Growth and Development: Develop a public education and participation program and related informational materials

798

#91-001 - Friends of the Rivers of Virginia: Conduct a skills and leadership training project for local grassroots river conservation groups

799

#91-002 - Commission on Population Growth & Development: Enlist the professional services of Dr. Joseph W. Whorton, Jr., as a moderator/facilitator

800

#91-003 - The Foundation Center: General operating support

801

#91-004 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1991 membership dues

802

#91-005 - Council on Foundations: 1991 membership dues

803-804

#91-006 - Izaak Walton League of America: Organize and present a two-day training conferences on nonpoint source pollution monitoring and control (2 folders)

Box 42

Folder

 

805-806

#91-007 - American Farmland Trust: Conduct cost/benefit studies on economic and environmental merits of growth and farmland preservation in Rappahannock County (2 folders)

807

#91-008 - McIntire School of Commerce, University of Virginia: Develop case study materials on the management of environmental issues for use in the university business school curriculum

808

#91-009 - Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Study the process of administrative and judicial review of environmental decisions by state agencies

809-812

#91-010 - New River Valley Planning District Commission: Develop and distribute the Open Space Planning Demonstration Project for Montgomery County as a model for Virginia communities (4 folders, 1 videotape)

813-815

#91-011 - Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority: Develop a greenways plan for Northern Virginia and a statewide workshop on greenway planning (3 folders)

816-817

#91-012 - Lower James River Association: Participate in the Population Growth and Sustainable Development Program (2 folders, 1 videotape)

818

#91-013 - The Metropolitan Foundation: Support and sponsorship for a banquet to recognize the 1991 Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards recipients

819

#91-014 - The Nature Conservancy: Conduct a public opinion survey to assess citizen support for the Virginia Conservation and Recreation Trust Fund

820

#91-015 - Virginia Lakes Association: Support for the 1992 Virginia Water Resources Conference

821-822

#91-016 - Virginia Forum: Publish six op-ed articles and media packets on environmental issues in Virginia (2 folders)

823-825

#91-017 - Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission: Develop a strategy to protect natural resources by assessing the impacts of human activity on the air, land, water and biological resources of the region (3 folders)

Box 43

Folder

 

826-827

#91-018 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Continued support for the program Virginia Service Training for Environmental Progress formerly Virginia Student Environmental Health Project (2 folders)

828

#91-019 - Greater Richmond Environmental Action Trust/Greater Richmond Community Foundation: Earth Day 1992 Community outreach programs for the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Area

829

#91-020 - Environmental Law Institute: Offer a special environmental training course to Virginia circuit and appellate court judges

830

#91-021 - Natural Resources Defense Council: Participation for activities pertaining to the Chesapeake Bay Toxics Project

831-832

#91-022 - University of Richmond: Conduct two seminars for Virginia businesses on Toxic Use Reduction (2 folders)

833-834

#91-023 - Audubon Naturalist Society: Support for the Virginia Conservation Program, to organize and motivate citizen constituency in Northern Virginia, and promote efforts among local groups and address growth management and legislative activities (2 folders)

835

#91-024 - Greater Richmond Environmental Action Trust/Greater Richmond Community Foundation: Develop, publish, and distribute an Earth Day Guide

836

#91-025 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: 1992 membership dues

837

#91-026 - Council on the Environment: Fund a keynote speaker and a portion of the expenses for the Third Annual Conference for Environmental Literacy

*active grant

#91-027 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science: The Frances and Sydney Lewis Environmental Scholarship

838

#91-028 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Develop environmental education activities for elementary school teachers and students

839

#91-029 - Tandem School: Support for the Tandem Center for the Environment to build a community-wide approach to preserving the environment in the Thomas Jefferson Planning District

840

#91-030 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support for the Virginia Outstanding Southern Rivers Project, for work with state and federal agencies to develop antidegradation regulations

841

#91-031 - Citizens for a Better Eastern Shore: Develop conservation and growth management programs on Virginia's Eastern Shore

842

#91-032 - Fifth Planning District Commission: Create the Roanoke River Conservation District Commission, and provide staff assistance to its preparation of a Roanoke River Conservation Overlay Zone

843

#91-033 - Fairfax County Department of Extension and Continuing Education: Conduct a water resources education program

844

#91-034 - The College of William and Mary: Research and develop habitat protection models for long-term Bald Eagle management in the Chesapeake Bay region

845

#91-035 - St. Margaret's School: Support for training programs in Chesapeake Bay ecology for teachers

Box 44

Folder

 

846-848

#91-036 - Conservation Council of Virginia: Convene a Virginia Environmental Summit (3 folders)

849

#91-037 - Chesapeake Volunteers In Youth Service, Inc.: Expand the Elizabeth River water quality programs and address problems related to the effects of toxic substances on the water quality of the Chesapeake Bay

850

#91-038 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Cosponsor the Virginia BayScapes Project, a workshop addressing Bay protection, toxics reduction, and pollution prevention

851

#92-001 - The Nature Conservancy: Public opinion survey regarding the conservation and recreation bond referendum

852

#92-002 - Council on Foundations: 1992 membership dues

853

#92-003 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: General operating support

854-856

#92-004 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Publish a digital atlas of the water quality conditions of the Chesapeake Bay (3 folders, 2 CD-ROMs and 1 videotape)

857

#92-005 - The Cabell Brand Center: Support student fellowships for research of environmental issues

858

#92-006 - Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Support of programs and operations to protect Virginia's waterways

859

#92-007 - National Committee for the New River: Launch the New River Land Trust Project in Virginia to help riparian landowners understand the benefits of conservation easements and scenic river protection

860

#92-008 - Valley Conservation Council: Build cooperative partnerships with members of the agricultural community to promote the protection of open space and farmland

861

#92-009 - Lower James River Association: Support work with local officials and citizens to implement the model ordinances and land use plans developed in its Watershed Management Plan

862-863

#92-010 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Support for the project "Managing Growth to Conserve Natural and Cultural Resources in the Lower Rappahannock River Valley" (2 folders)

864

#92-011 - Educational and Training Communications Corporation: Produce a video documentary on The Pamunkey and Mattaponi Rivers for television broadcast and school educational programs

865

#92-012 - The Foundation Center: 1992 membership dues

Box 45

Folder

 

866-867

#92-013 - The Nature Conservancy: Support a media campaign for the Parks and Recreational Facilities Bond which funds would be used to acquire natural lands around the state (2 folders,1 videotape)

868

#92-014 - Council on the Environment: Produce and distribute the Virginia Environmental Education Resources Directory and electronic database

869

#92-015 - Conservation Council of Virginia: General operating support

870

#92-016 - Virginia Lakes Association: Cosponsor the 1993 Virginia Water Resources Conference

871

#92-017 - Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States: Support for salary and direct expenses of the project coordinator for the Audubon Naturalist Society's conservation initiatives in Virginia

872

#92-018 - Council on Foundation: 1993 membership dues

873

#92-019 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 1993 membership dues

874

#92-020 - Virginia Museum of Natural History: Print and bind educational manuals containing units on the Dan River and the New River for the Virginia Watersheds Project

875

#92-021 - Council on the Environment: Support for the Fourth Annual Conference for Environmental Literacy

876

#92-022 - Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District: Distribute Chesapeake Bay information to schools, community groups, and the general public for the Backyard to Bay program

877

#92-023 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1993 membership dues

878

#92-024 - Greater Richmond Environmental Action Trust/Greater Richmond Community Foundation: Support of exhibit areas and community outreach education programs for Earth Day 1993

879

#92-025 - St. Margaret's School: Provide training and educational opportunities to educators, students, and local residents through the Teachers on the Bay Project

880-881

#92-026 - Natural Resources Defense Council: Assist in the development of the Virginia's Coastal Nonpoint Pollution Control Program (2 folders)

882-884

#92-027 - Global Tomorrow Coalition: Create sustainable development strategies through the project "Creating Sustainable Development Strategies with Youth Participation" (3 folders, 2 videotapes)

Box 46

Folder

 

885

#92-028 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support for the Clean Water Project to protect Virginia's rivers and address water pollution problems

886

#92-029 - Horizon Institute: Develop and produce a report on land use economics and legislation in Virginia

887-888

#92-030 - Environmental Law Institute: Develop a statewide plan for implementing sustainable development in Virginia (2 folders)

889

#93-001 - County of Rappahannock, Virginia: Assist Rappahannock County and its Agricultural Advisory Committee complete a survey on agriculture and land use

890-891

#93-002 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Print and mail the Open Space Handbook: A Decisionmaker's Guide for Virginia by the Community Design Assistance Center (2 folders)

892-893

#93-003 - Management Institute for Environment and Business: Support for a pilot program in Environmental Management Education at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia (2 folders)

894

#93-004 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Support for the project "Managing Growth to Conserve Natural and Cultural Resources in the Lower Rappahannock River Valley"

895

#93-005 - Maymont Foundation: Support for the Teacher's Environmental Education Program and salaries of environmental education staff at the Nature Center

896

#93-006 - National Committee for the New River: Develop and implement the New River Greenway Planning Project in Giles County, Virginia

897

#93-007 - Appalshop, Inc.: Support for a series of public forums and radio broadcasts on water quantity and quality problems in Virginia's coalfield communities (2 cassette tapes)

898

#93-008 - Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Provide technical assistance to communities and grassroots organizations in protecting Virginia's water resources

899

#93-009 - The Foundation Center: General program support

900

#93-010 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Promote broad public participation in development of policies on land use and growth management

Box 47

Folder

 

901

#93-011 - Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission (formerly Lord Fairfax Planning District Commission): Develop the River Corridor Management Plan for the South Fork of the Shenandoah River

902

#93-012 - Virginia Lakes Association: Support for the 1994 Virginia Water Resources Conference

903

#93-013 - The Campagna Center: Support for educational workshop conducted by the ReUse Center on creative uses for discarded materials

904

#93-014 - James Monroe High School: Purchase equipment, instruments, materials and supplies to establish and operate an environmental studies station at the Snowden Wetlands site

905

#93-015 - Maryland Save Our Streams: Strengthen citizen involvement in the control of toxic substances in the Chesapeake Bay watershed through Project Heartbeat Workshops and Monitor Manual

906

#93-016 - Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States: Support for salary and direct expenses of the Virginia Conservation Associate, coordinator for the Audubon Naturalist Society Virginia Conservation initiatives

907-909

#93-017 - Clean the Bay Day, Inc.: Support for a risk assessment study of the Elizabeth River Watershed (3 folders)

910-911

#93-018 - Management Institute for Environment and Business: Assist the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business and the Institute for Environmental Negotiation to promote pollution prevention and toxics use reduction by Virginia's industries (2 folders)

912-913

#93-019 - National Trust for Historic Preservation: Support the American Resources Information Network to conduct a public education campaign in Virginia for environmental and land use planning and protection of natural and cultural resources (2 folders, 1 videotape)

914-916

#93-020 - Virginia Council on Economic Education: Expand teacher training through the Environmental Economic Education Program (3 folders)

Box 48

Folder

 

917

#93-021 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: 1994 membership dues

918

#93-022 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1994 membership dues

919

#93-023 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Measure temporal trends in concentration of tributyltin in Chesapeake Bay shellfish

920

#93-024 - Mathematics & Science Center: Collaboration with the Institute for Chesapeake Bay Studies for teacher training programs

921

#93-025 - Old Dominion University: Establish the Virginia Coast Institute on the Eastern Shore for research and demonstrate sustainable community development

922

#93-026 - University of Virginia: General operating support for the Institute for Environmental Negotiation

923

#93-027 - Council on Foundations: 1994 membership dues

924

#93-028 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Establish the Admiral Ross P. Bullard Environmental Education Scholarship Fund designated for students and teachers from the Hampton Roads region of Virginia

925

#94-001 - Chesapeake Bay Local Assistance Department: Develop the Polecate Creek Water Quality Study Environmental Education Project for teachers and students to research local water quality, land use and sustainable development issues

926-928

#94-002 - Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge: Produce an educational package on the Great Dismal Swamp called "Man and the Great Dismal Swamp," to increase public awareness of the Swamp's unique ecosystems, promote teacher training and student research, and demonstrate partnerships of industry, government, and conservationists (3 folders, 3 videotapes)

929

#94-003 - Department of Environmental Quality: Support the Fifth Annual Conference for Environmental Literacy

930-931

#94-004 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: General operating support for staff salaries, publications, travel and river monitoring supplies (2 folders)

932-933

#94-005 - National Committee for the New River: Complete the New River Greenway Project in Giles County and address other New River Watershed issues in Virginia (2 folders)

934-936

#94-006 - Environmental Law Institute: Promote the development and adoption of sustainable development strategies by the state and coordinate current sustainable development projects (3 folders, 1 videotape)

937

#94-007 - Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes: Support for training, technical assistance, and organizing programs geared to water resource protection

938

#94-008 - Virginia Forum: Publish and distribute six media packets on environmental and conservation issues Virginia Forum media packets and state forum on-line

Box 49

Folder

 

939-941

#94-009 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Produce a video and guidebook on Pollution Prevention for Virginia localities (3 folders, 1 videotape)

942

#94-010 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: General operating support for the Rappahannock River Valley Project, a sustainable development program

943-945

#94-011 - The Nature Conservancy: Construct a bicycling and hiking trail at the Virginia Coast Reserve in honor of William B. Cummings, a trustee and chairman of the Virginia Environmental Endowment (3 folders)

946

#94-012 - The Foundation Center: General program support

947

#94-013 - Virginia Power: Defray fees and expenses of Dr. Robert Gibbons for the lecture/symposium "Statistical Analysis of Environmental Data"

948-949

#94-014 - The College of William and Mary: Provide an index of environmental quality to serve as a benchmark for assessing the effectiveness of Virginia's policies and programs (2 folders)

950-951

#94-015 - Mountain Empire Community College: Support a study by the Powell River Project to assess the technical, financial, and institutional options for installing or restoring water services in southwestern Virginia (2 folders)

952

#94-016 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Expand its water quality monitoring program, laboratory facilities, and database on nutrients and pollutants in the Shenandoah River and its tributaries

953

#94-017 - Skyline Soil and Water Conservation District: Support for a cooperative regional initiative by landowners and conservation agencies to address severe nonpoint source pollution in the New River Watershed

954

#94-018 - Virginia Conservation Network: General operating and program support

955

#94-019 - University of Virginia: Support research by the McIntire School of Commerce to establish the link between a corporation's environmental and financial performance with a focus on documentation and analysis of information on corporations located or headquartered in Virginia

956

#94-020 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 1995 membership dues

Box 50

Folder

 

957-958

#94-021 - The Heritage Gardens Foundation, Inc.: Construct an environmental education pavilion in Heritage Gardens, Hopewell, Virginia (2 folders)

959

#94-022 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1995 membership dues

960

#94-023 - Council on Foundations: 1995 membership dues

961-962

#94-024 - The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter: Promote sustainable development in the Virginia region of the Clinch Valley Bioreserve (2 folders, 1 videotape)

963

#94-025 - James River Association: Support educational materials and administrative costs for the James River Anadromous Fish Restoration Project, to provide fish passages in the James River for spawning by migratory fish

964

#94-026 - Virginia Council on Economic Education: Support for a statewide environmental economic education program for teacher training and curriculum development

965

#94-027 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support work with the Virginia Conservation Network and other citizen groups to protect the strength and integrity of Virginia's environmental policies, laws, and regulations

966

#94-028 - Mathematics & Science Center: Partner with the Institute for Chesapeake Bay Studies in providing environmental education and training to teachers and students

967

#94-029 - Southeastern Association for Virginia's Environment: Promote the Virginia Beach Agricultural Reserve Program and develop strategies for sustainable agriculture, economic development, and watershed management in southern Virginia Beach

968

#94-030 - Valley Conservation Council: Work with landowners, agricultural groups, and local officials to protect critical watersheds from uncontrolled growth and the loss of open space

969-970

#95-001 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Prepare, print, and distribute the Virginia Citizen Monitoring Program Report, 1985- 1995 (2 folders)

971

#95-002 - Department of Environmental Quality: Support for the Sixth Annual Environmental Education Conference

972

#95-003 - Virginia Water Project: Conduct an assessment of drinking water quality in Western Virginia

973

#95-004 - Rappahannock River Resource Council: Develop and implement a sustainable development program for the seven-county lower Rappahannock region

974

#95-005 - Virginia Marine Science Museum Foundation, Inc.: Construct and equip an observation deck and adjoining dock at the Owls Creek Overlook, Virginia Beach, Virginia

975

#95-006 - Clinch Powell Sustainable Development Initiatives, Inc.: Implement strategies for sustainable wood products, sustainable agriculture, and nature tourism

976

#95-007 - The Mattaponi & Pamunkey Rivers Association: Establish a field office, hire staff, increase membership, and coordinate volunteer programs for resource protection in the Mattaponi River and Pamunkey River watersheds

Box 51

Folder

 

977-978

#95-008 - National Committee for the New River, Inc.: Develop, produce, promote and distribute the New River Interpretive Trail Guidebooks for Virginia and continue implementation of greenway plans and watershed protection strategies in the New River watershed (2 folders)

979-982

#95-009 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Produce and coordinate the distribution of the "Non-Point Source Pollution Prevention" video and guide manual (4 folders, 3 videotapes)

983

#95-010 - Virginia Housing and the Environment Network: General operating support

984

#95-011 - Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission: Conduct a study of minimum instream flow of the Shenandoah River basin

985

#95-012 - The Foundation Center: General program support

986-987

#95-013 - College of William and Mary: Support for a conference and publication of a symposium program on environmental federalism to provide a forum for legal scholars, federal and state government officials, and interest group representatives to discuss issues involving the delegation to the states and implementation by the states of federal environmental protection programs (2 folders)

988-990

#95-014 - Metropolitan Washington Council of Government: Conduct a watershed assessment and produce a summary report and map of ecological conditions in the Sugarland Run Watershed (3 folders)

991

#95-015 - Unused grant number

992-993

#95-016 - The Elizabeth River Project: Support the completion of sustainable development strategies for the Elizabeth River Watershed (2 folders)

994

#95-017 - Virginia Forum: Produce and distribute six media kits of editorial and background information on environmental issues in Virginia

995

#95-018 - Mathematics & Science Center: Partner with the Institute for Chesapeake Bay Studies on two environmental education courses "Island Ecology of the Chesapeake Bay" and "Teachers on the Bay"

Box 52

Folder

 

996-997

#95-019 - Virginia Conservation Network: General operating and program support

998-999

#95-020 - The Nature Conservancy: Train community leaders in sustainable development and conservation strategies through the Virginia Initiative for Sustainable Ecosystems and Communities Program (2 folders)

1000

#95-021 - Council on Foundations: 1996 membership dues

1001

#95-022 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 1996 membership dues

1002

#95-023 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1996 membership dues

1003

#95-024 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Support for an analysis, report, and public forum on the Clean Water Act reauthorization and its effects on the ecosystem of the Chesapeake Bay

1004

#95-025 - Appalshop, Inc.: Support for the Forestry Dialogue Project, including production and broadcast of two public forums by WMMT-FM Radio and production of video modules by Headwaters Television

1005

#95-026 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Support for personnel, laboratory supplies, publications, and monitoring supplies for the long term assessment of water quality in the Shenandoah River Basin

1006

#95-027 - Virginia Poultry Federation, Inc.: Conduct a Waste Water Reclamation and Reuse Feasibility Study, to determine if reclamation and reuse technology is a practical, cost- affective, and environmentally sound method of treating poultry processing wastewater

1007

#95-028 - Historic Petersburg Foundation, Inc.: Support for Students Taking Action for Rivers or STAR, a teacher training program designed to promote aquatic education in low- income and minority communities

1008

#95-029 - Southeastern Association for Virginia's Environment: General operating support to continue public outreach, grassroots development, and education on agricultural preservation, watershed management, and related environmental issues

1009-1013

#95-030 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science: Supervise annual competitions for The Frances and Sydney Lewis Environmental Science Scholarship (5 folders)

1014

#95-031 - University of Virginia: Identify and quantify sources of hydrocarbons in urban stormwater runoff and make research findings available to environmental agencies and organizations for the purpose of developing a control strategy

1015

#95-032 - Friends of the Rivers of Virginia: Produce, print, distribute, and publicize the State of the Rivers Report

1016

#96-001 - Accomack-Northampton Planning District Commission: Conduct the U.S. Route 13 Community Planning Workshop to raise public awareness about sustainable economic development and protection of the Eastern Shore's rural assets and natural resources

1017

#96-002 - Friends of the Earth: Provide research information to the General Assembly to study the future of Virginia's environment

1018

#96-003 - Citizens for a Better Eastern Shore: General operating and program support

Box 53

Folder

 

1019

#96-004 - The Eastern Shore Institute: Support an Eastern Shore Natural Resource Symposium and develop a benchmark program to measure and evaluate regional progress toward long-term environmental sustainability and economic stability

1020

#96-005 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: General operating and program support

1021

#96-006 - Virginia Conservation Network: General operating and program support

1022

#96-007 - Rappahannock River Resource Council: Develop and implement sustainable development initiatives for the lower Rappahannock River Valley region

1023

#96-008 - Living Classrooms Foundation: Support for Shipboard Staff Development workshops to provide Virginia teachers information and instruction to implement water quality studies for students

1024

#96-009 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Provide a graduate stipend and project expenses for interviews, research, written essays, and a twenty-year retrospective report on the Virginia Environmental Endowment

1025

#96-010 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1026

#96-011 - The Cabell Brand Center: Establish four fellowships to support student research on sustainable development in the New River/Roanoke Valley

1027

#96-012 - Environmental Law Institute: Reprint, promote and distribute reports Blue print for Sustainable Development in Virginia and Building on a Blueprint

1028-1029

#96-013 - Virginia Conservation Network: General operating support (2 folders)

1030

#96-014 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Develop a statewide network of volunteer citizen stream monitoring groups

1031

#96-015 - Scenic America: Support the Virginia Rural Roads Project, to develop new approaches for roadway improvements that allow citizens, local officials, and engineers to meet transportation needs and to foster sustainable communities

1032

#96-016 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Educate landowners and forest managers about the importance of non-traditional forest products for sustaining a healthy forest and promoting the local economy

1033-1035

#96-017 - Valley Conservation Council: Implement a strategic plan which sets forth specific objectives for organizational development and community education on sustainability (3 folders, 1 videotape)

1036-1038

#96-018 - The Elizabeth River Project: Develop a resource service to encourage industries to create habitat on unused or marginally developed property, and an outreach program to promote the Watershed Action Plan throughout the Bay region and the nation (3 folders, 1 videotape)

Box 54

Folder

 

1039

#96-019 - Mathematics & Science Center: Partner with the Institute for Chesapeake Bay Studies on two environmental education courses "Island Ecology of the Chesapeake Bay" and "Teachers on the Bay"

1040

#96-020 - University of Virginia: Continued support for the Institute for Environmental Negotiation to mediate environmental disputes and intensify its efforts to institutionalize the practices of environmental dispute resolution within state and local governments

1041

#96-021 - Greater Richmond Transit Company: Advertising sponsorship of one trolley for the Adopt-A-Trolley Program

1042

#96-022 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 1997 membership dues

1043

#96-023 - Council on Foundations: 1997 membership dues

1044

#96-024 - Mathematics & Science Center: Purchase 500 copies of The James River in Richmond: Your Guide to Enjoying America's Best Urban Waterway by John Bryan for use in environmental education programs and for distribution primarily to educators

1045

#96-025 - Maymont Foundation: Purchase 500 copies of The James River in Richmond: Your Guide to Enjoying America's Best Urban Waterway by John Bryan for use in environmental education programs and for distribution primarily to educators

1046

#96-026 - Science Museum of Virginia Foundation: Purchase 500 copies of The James River in Richmond: Your Guide to Enjoying America's Best Urban Waterway by John Bryan for use in environmental education programs and for distribution primarily to educators

1047

#96-027 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1997 membership dues

1048

#96-028 - Virginia Council on Economic Education: Develop and conduct a two-week training course, "A Study in sustainable Development," for twenty-five teachers in Southwest Virginia

1049-1050

#96-029 - Christopher Newport University: Conduct multimedia presentations about dolphins in their natural environment at bay region high schools, and develop the program into a hands-on workshop for teachers (2 folders)

1051

#96-030 - Clinch Powell Sustainable Development Initiative: Support program operations in sustainable forestry and wood products, agriculture, and nature tourism in Southwest Virginia

1052

#96-031 - The Nature Conservancy, Virginia Chapter: Implement a community-based strategic plan for sustainable development in Russell County

1053-1054

#96-032 - The Conservation Fund: Develop a Sustainable Communities Report Card and Self-Diagnostic Checklist for Virginia cities and towns to identify the environmental, economic, and historic qualities they value most and to evaluate the effectiveness of local actions to preserve those qualities (2 folders)

1055-1056

#96-033 - The New Century Council: Develop a high quality indicators and benchmarks program to guide economic growth, environmental protection, and social well-being for the western region of Virginia (2 folders)

1057

#96-034 - Southeastern Association for Virginia's Environment: Expand public outreach and education on watershed management, agricultural and open space preservation, and coordinate local environmental initiatives

1058

#96-035 - County of Roanoke: Prepare an implementation plan for the Roanoke River Greenway, for natural resource conservation, public lands protection, pollution prevention, and environmental education throughout the Roanoke Valley

1059-1060

#96-036 - Appalshop, Inc.: Support to WMMT-FM Radio for the Southwest Virginia Forestry Dialogue Project, including program production, broadcast, and distribution (2 folders, 6 cassette tapes)

1061

#96-037 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support work with the Virginia Conservation Network and other citizen groups to protect the strength and integrity of Virginia's environmental policies, laws, and regulations

1062

#97-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 1997 membership dues

1063

#97-002 - Maymont Foundation: Identify and plan curriculum needs for Maymont's Nature Center

1064

#97-003 - Rappahannock River Resource Council: General operating and program support

Box 55

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1065-1066

#97-004 - Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers Association: Establish and coordinate a citizen water quality monitoring program, including a public education component, in the York River Basin (2 folders)

1067

#97-005 - Radford University: Support for the Appalachian Grasslands Demonstration Trail Project, to demonstrate successive changes in wildlife habitat on a turn-of-the-century rural farm in Southwestern Virginia

1068

#97-006 - The Nature Conservancy: Implement comprehensive local initiatives for sustainable development in Augusta, Lancaster, Mathews, and St. Paul counties through the Virginia Initiative for Sustainable Ecosystems and Communities

1069

#97-007 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: Support for computer services and staff training

1070

#97-008 - The Foundation Center: General operating and program support

1071

#97-009 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: Support for the Robert H. Hull Leadership Development Fund

1072

#97-010 - Virginia Council on Economic Education: Develop, present, and evaluate a summer institute for teachers called Development and Water Quality in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia

1073

#97-011 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Promotion, training and technical support for the expansion of Save Our Streams

1074-1075

#97-012 - The Elizabeth River Project: Support for the Habitat Enhancement Resource Service, designed to restore wildlife habitats and biological diversity to shoreline properties (2 folders)

1076-1078

#97-013 - Western Virginia Land Trust: Develop a land trust action plan for land conservation needs in Western Virginia (3 folders, 2 videotapes)

1079-1080

#97-014 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Support for the long term assessment of water quality in the Shenandoah River Basin to identify sources, levels and types of pollution (2 folders)

1081

#97-015 - Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission: Pay contract costs by the United States Geological Survey for the Minimum Instream Flow study on the Shenandoah River

1082-1083

#97-016 - Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments: Complete a watershed assessment and summary report and map of ecological conditions in the Sugarland Run Watershed (2 folders)

Box 56

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1084-1086

#97-017 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Develop and implement a multimetric Index of Environmental Quality about environmental conditions throughout Virginia (3 folders)

1087-1088

#97-018 - Environmental Law Institute: Review and analyze Virginia's legal code and to develop and disseminate specific recommendations for legislative changes to promote sustainable development and environmental improvement (2 folders)

1089

#97-019 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 1998 membership dues

1090

#97-020 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Develop a curriculum on sustainable development for K-12 schools in Virginia

1091-1093

#97-021 - University of Virginia: Integrate the Institute for Sustainable Design's community design services and Institute for Environmental Negotiation's community dialogue services to formalize the Design Resource Center, to create and test innovative tools for sustainable design (3 folders)

1094

#97-022 - Southeastern Association for Virginia's Environment: General operating support

1095

#97-023 - Preservation Alliance of Virginia: Produce and distribute a report to promote the benefits of preservation in Virginia's rural communities and document the value of rural historic districts as a preservation tool

1096-1097

#97-024 - Maymont Foundation: Develop an environmental education curriculum and teacher training program for Maymont's Nature Center (2 folders)

1098

#97-025 - Friends of the Rappahannock, Inc.: Develop a regional initiative in sustainable development and watershed protection in the upper Rappahannock River region

1099

#97-026 - James Madison University: Support for the Shenandoah Valley Pure Water 2000 Forum, a nonprofit organization created to promote water quality protection and environmental education in the Shenandoah River Watershed

1100

#97-027 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Research public opinion in Virginia on environmental issues by the design and implementation of a contingent valuation methodology survey

1101

#97-028 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1998 membership dues

1102

#98-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 1998 membership dues

1103

#98-002 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Support for the 1999 Minor Research Grant, a graduate student scientific research award program

Box 57

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1104

#98-003 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support for water quality protection programs in Virginia

1105

#98-004 - Three Rivers Soil and Water Conservation District: Conduct a mapping project of all agricultural lands in King & Queen, King William, and Essex counties

1106

#98-005 - The College of William and Mary: Organize and facilitate watershed planning for Powhatan Creek

1107

#98-006 - American Canoe Association, Inc.: Launch a membership development campaign in Virginia

1108-1112

#98-007 - James River Association: Supervise annual competitions for the Henry W. Mackenzie Jr. Environmental Scholarships (5 folders)

1113

#98-008 - James River Association: Coordinate with regional partners and involve landowners and other citizen volunteers in the implementation of tributary strategies for nutrient reduction in the James River Watershed

1114

#98-009 - Fairfax Land Preservation Trust (now Northern Virginia Conservation Trust): General operating and public outreach support

1115-1116

#98-010 - The George Washington University: Collect, analyze, and publish baseline data using indicators of geographic, biological, and environmental exchange for the purpose of conducting and reporting annual measurements of environmental trends in Loudoun County (2 folders)

1117-1118

#98-011 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Construct and stock a sanctuary oyster reef in the Lafayette River and involve the public in a stocking effort designed to create a protected spawning stock for the river (2 folders)

1119

#98-012 - Valley Conservation Council: Establish a network of county- level community partnerships to identify lands for protection and promote the use of appropriate conservation tools for landowners in the Shenandoah Valley

1120

#98-013 - The College of William and Mary: Publish and distribute a Community Guide about the opportunities for brownfield redevelopment, and develop a workshop to promote the use of the Guide

1121

#98-014 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Develop a public education program in support of oyster reef restoration within the Chesapeake Bay

1122

#98-015 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Support for long-term assessment of water quality in the Shenandoah River Basin to identify sources, levels, and types of pollution

1123

#98-016 - University of Virginia: Research the total maximum daily load development in the Muddy Creek Watershed

1124

#98-017 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Promotion, training and technical support for the expansion of Save Our Streams

Box 58

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1125

#98-018 - Appalachian Sustainable Development (formerly Clinch Powell Sustainable Development Initiative): Support for staff and programs in sustainable forestry and agriculture, nature tourism, and sustainable development education in southwestern Virginia

1126-1127

#98-019 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: Support for water resource protection programs (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1128

#98-020 - Council on Foundations: 1998 membership dues

1129

#98-021 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1130

#98-022 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 1999 membership dues

1131

#98-023 - Council on Foundations: 1999 membership dues

1132

#98-024 - Department of Environmental Quality: Support for the 1999 Environmental Education Conference

1133-1136

#98-025 - Hampton Roads Planning District Commission: Support for the Hampton Roads Water Quality Information and Education Project, to develop programs in water supply and stormwater management (4 folders)

1137-1138

#98-026 - The Elizabeth River Project: Support for a marketing and membership campaign to strengthen constituency (2 folders)

1139

#98-027 - Old Dominion University Research Foundation, Inc.: Research and identify potentially toxic dinoflagellates within the Pfiesteria piscicida complex in Virginia estuaries

1140

#98-028 - The College of William and Mary: Study citizen monitoring and public education concerning best management practices in the Powhatan Creek Watershed on community involvement in watershed planning

1141-1142

#98-029 - Lynchburg College: Conduct baseline studies of the Big Otter River Watershed and establish a long-term water quality monitoring program (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1143

#98-030 - Foundation for Regional Excellence (previously The New Century Council): Develop a high quality indicator and benchmarks program to guide economic growth, environmental protection, and social well-being for the western region of Virginia

1144

#98-031 - Environmental Law Institute: Expand research on guiding growth in Virginia to include state agency programs that affect growth and sustainable development, as well as help develop an integrated approach toward growth management

1145

#98-032 - Virginia Poultry Federation, Inc.: Support for feasibility study on the utilization of a wastewater reclamation and reuse system by the Rocco Farm Foods poultry processing facility at Columbia Furnace, Virginia

Box 59

Folder

 

1146

#98-033 - Maymont Foundation: Conduct a professional development program for K-12 teachers at Maymont's Nature Center and on the James River

1147-1148

#98-034 - Southeast Rural Community Assistance Project, Inc.: Produce and distribute a Groundwater Confidence Report on the quality of well water supplies in Virginia (2 folders)

1149

#98-035 - Virginia Housing and the Environment Network: Support for the "Virginia's Sustainable Future: Solutions for Community, Business, and Environment" Conference

1150-1152

#99-001 - Department of Environmental Quality: Support for the Virginia Oyster Heritage Program, a multi-year effort to restore the oyster population in Virginia's tidal waters by rebuilding sanctuary reefs and harvest areas, improving water quality, and expanding public education (3 folders)

1153

#99-002 - Association of Small Foundations: 1999 membership dues

1154

#99-003 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 1999 membership dues

1155

#99-004 - Page County, Virginia: Conduct water quality studies and education on the Hawksbill Watershed

1156

#99-005 - Hampden-Sydney College: Conduct a baseline study of the water quality of the Appomattox River

1157

#99-006 - Preservation Alliance of Virginia: Conduct workshops on tools for preserving rural character and the role of rural historic districts for the purpose of historic preservation

1158

#99-007 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Purchase 325 copies of The James River in Richmond Now! by John Bryan for use in environmental education programs

1159

#99-008 - Smithsonian Institution Conservation & Research Center: Support for a teacher training workshop and development of forest monitoring sites for schools participating in the Forest Biodiversity Project

1160-1161

#99-009 - Williamsburg Land Conservancy: General operating and program support (2 folders, 1 CD)

1162

#99-010 - Culpeper County, Virginia: Study to measure support for farmland protection in Culpeper County

1163

#99-011 - The George Washington University: Collect, analyze, and publish baseline data using indicators of geographic, biological, and environmental exchange for the purpose of conducting and reporting annual measurements of environmental trends in Loudoun County

1164

#99-012 - Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission: Conduct a study of minimum instream flow of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

1165

#99-013 - Virginia Environmental Business Council, Inc.: Promote business development in environmental technology and services

1166

#99-014 - Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers Association: Produce "The State of the York Watershed 2000" report that will examine land uses and review associated evidence and impacts of run-off pollution in the York River Basin

1167

#99-015 - Longwood College: Conduct a baseline study of the water quality of the Appomattox River

Box 60

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1168

#99-016 - American Farmland Trust: Conduct and interpret a public opinion poll to assess attitudes about farmland protection strategies and the purchase of development rights programs

 

1169

#99-017 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1170-1171

#99-018 - The Conservation Fund: Develop a plan for strengthening the capacity and effectiveness of the land conservation community in Virginia (2 folders)

1172

#99-019 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Develop and implement an enhanced version of the multimetric Index of Environmental Quality about environmental conditions throughout Virginia

1173-1174

#99-020 - Global Environment & Technology Foundation: Support for the creation of a Virginia Center for the Sustainable USA Network (SUNetwork) to promote economic growth and improved environmental performance in Virginia (2 folders)

1175

#99-021 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Support for long-term assessment of water quality in the Shenandoah River Basin to identify sources, levels, and types of pollution

1176-1178

#99-022 - American Rivers: Support for the Rivers Unplugged: Removing Dams that Don't Make Sense project in Virginia (3 folders, 1 videotape)

1179

#99-023 - Potomac Conservancy: Develop land conservation and watershed protection programs in Virginia

1180-1181

#99-024 - Valley Conservation Council: Develop a land conservation strategic plan for Rockingham and Frederick counties (2 folders)

1182

#99-025 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: 2000 membership dues

1183

#99-026 - Council on Foundations: 2000 membership dues

1184

#99-027 - Preservation Alliance of Virginia: Conduct a study of the economic benefits of historic preservation and land conservation (*grant declined)

1185

#99-028 - Western Virginia Land Trust: Expand land trust action plan for land conservation needs in Western Virginia

1186

#99-029 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Establish a pilot Integrated Pest Management program to educate children and adults about urban pest behavior and reduce the need for pesticide applications within the school environment

1187

#99-030 - WETA TV 26/FM 90.0: Support for "Sharing the Adventure: Potomac Adventure Year Two," an environmental radio and internet project that involves Virginia high school students on virtual field trips along the Potomac River

1188

#99-031 - The Heritage Gardens Foundation, Inc: Support for construction of the "The Tranquility Garden," a living classroom for plant cultivation and environmental stewardship for area youths in Hopewell

1189

#99-032 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Conduct a monitoring program to aid in the restoration of the oyster population

Box 61

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1190

#00-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 2000 membership dues

1191

#00-002 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Support for the Virginia Water Quality Project, to preserve, protect and improve water quality, and the Land & Community Project, to improve land use and transportation policies

1192-1193

#00-003 - University of Virginia: Support for the Institute of Environmental Negotiation's dispute resolution projects in Virginia (2 folders)

1194

#00-004 - Virginia Resource-Use Education Council: Develop a master plan for environmental education

1195

#00-005 - American Farmland Trust: Support for the Virginia Rural Lands Program, to help communities retain their rural working landscapes through changes in their land use, zoning, and economic development strategies

 

1196

#00-006 - James River Association: Support for the James River Riparian Lands Restoration/Protection Program, to restore riparian lands along the James River by helping landowners develop buffers between their land and the James River; and the publication of the State of the James report

1197

#00-007 - Northern Virginia 4-H Educational and Conference Center: Enhance the 4-H Center's environmental education program for students and educators with the research- based resources of the National Zoological Park's Conservation and Research Center

1198

#00-008 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Determine the habitat use patterns of juvenile Atlantic Sturgeon in the James River to allow possible restoration into the Chesapeake Bay's ecosystem

1199

#00-009 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 2000 membership dues

1200

#00-010 - The Cabell Brand Center: Support for student fellowships to research on sustainable development in Southwest Virginia

1201

#00-011 - The Foundation Center: 2000 membership dues

1202

#00-012 - Virginia Environmental Business Council: Support for the Virginia Environmental Business Exchange Event, to promote business development in environmental technology and services

*active grant

#00-013 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science

1203

#00-014 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: General operating support

1204-1205

#00-015 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Develop, print and distribute a K-12 curriculum focused on sustainable development concepts covering economic and environmental materials (2 folders)

1206

#00-016 - Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission: Continued support for a study of minimum instream flow of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

1207

#00-017 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: 2001 membership dues

1208

#00-018 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2001

1209-1211

#00-019 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Research multi-species and ecosystem-based management of the fisheries, habitat, and food web in the Chesapeake Bay (3 folders)

Box 62

Folder

 

1212

#00-020 - Maymont Foundation: Support for aquarium science programs, internships and a library at Maymont's Nature Center

 

1213

#00-021 - Alexandria Seaport Foundation: Support for the Expanded Wetland Restoration Project, provide sustained cleanup of the Potomac watershed area in Northern Virginia and plant native plants to absorb nutrients and trap sediment

1214

#00-022 - Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment: Support the Four Mile Run Stream Steward Program, to expand volunteer opportunities for Arlington County residents to get involved in monitoring, restoration, and conservation activities in the Four Mile Run Watershed

1215

#00-023 - James River Association: Support for the James Riverkeeper Program, a person to serve as an ombudsman, advocate, and protector of the water quality and living resources of the James River Watershed

1216

#00-024 - Virginia Housing and the Environment Network: Support for the "Virginia's Sustainable Future II Conference: Solutions for Community, Business, and Environment," a statewide sustainability event that brings together representatives from the government, business, and community

1217

#01-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 2001 membership dues

1218

#01-002 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: 2001 membership dues

1219

#01-003 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2002, and produce a video highlighting accomplishments of the VEE on the occasion of its 25th anniversary (2 CDs)

1220

#01-004 - Land Trust Alliance: Support for the Virginia Land Trust Capacity-Building Initiative, collaborate with Virginia land trusts to provide a program of organizational development and training that will help conserve more land

1221

#01-005 - The Conservation Fund: Hire a "circuit rider" to assist local land trusts with land conservation transactions in Virginia; and reprint copies of Better Models for Development in Virginia and continue public education activities

1222

#01-006 - Old Dominion University Research Foundation: Investigate Pfiesteria-like dinoflagellates in Virginia estuaries, and continue study of toxic strains of Pfiesteria piscicida

1223

#01-007 - Radford University: Create a non-regulatory program that will provide small businesses in Western Virginia with environmental management assistance and education on the economic benefits of environmental stewardship

1224

#01-008 - The Foundation Center: General operating support

1225

#01-009 - Old Dominion University Research Foundation: Conduct a study to examine nutritional and ecological factors promoting algal blooms in Virginia's waters

1226

#01-010 - Global Environment & Technology Foundation: Continued support for the Virginia Center for the Sustainable USA Network (SUNetwork) to promote economic growth and improved environmental performance in Virginia

1227

#01-011 - The George Washington University: Collect, analyze, and publish baseline data using indicators of geographic, biological, and environmental exchange for the purpose of conducting and reporting annual measurements of environmental trends in Loudoun County

1228

#01-012 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 2002 membership dues

1229

#01-013 - Council on Foundations: 2001 membership dues

1230-1231

#01-014 - Marshall Wythe School of Law Foundation: Update and reissue the Community Resource Guide for Brownfields Redevelopment (2 folders)

1232

#01-015 - Longwood College: Create curriculum materials covering Virginia Standards of Learning associated with water resources, and deliver materials to educators through workshops and the 2002 Virginia Association of Science Teachers Conference

1233

#01-016 - The College of William and Mary: Expand the environmental studies curriculum at the College of William and Mary by implementing a multidisciplinary study of the environmental impacts of upland development on the water quality of Lake Matoaka and surrounding waterways

Box 63

Folder

 

1234

#01-017 - Valley Conservation Council: Support for the Resource Inventory Project, to combine resource inventory with mapping to help push conservation planning in Botetourt County

1235

#01-018 - James River Association: Continued support for the James Riverkeeper Program, and develop a set of procedures and protocols to conduct physical assessments of all streams in the James River Watershed

1236

#01-019 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Purchase water monitoring kits and laboratory equipment

1237

#01-020 - The College of William and Mary: Support for the Center for Conservation Biology to create a digital information exchange program to facilitate the distribution of natural resource data

1238

#02-001 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Support for student and teacher environmental field trips through the Virginia Field Education Program (*grant declined)

1239

#02-002 - Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District: Monitor the effects that infiltration practices have on the volume, velocity, and peak flows of stormwater runoff

1240

#02-003 - Association of Small Foundations: 2002 membership dues

1241

#02-004 - Environmental Grantmakers Association: General program support

1242

#02-005 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Expand the soil factors of the Virginia Phosphorus Index, a tool for ranking the vulnerability of agricultural fields as sources of Phosphorus loss, to include the five physiographic provinces of Virginia

1243-1244

#02-006 - University of Virginia/Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Support for the Virginia Environmental Conflict Resolution Project, to resolve environmental conflict throughout Virginia and to educate individuals, groups, and communities about the opportunities for the productive and sustainable resolution of environmental conflict (2 folders)

1245-1246

#02-007 - University of Virginia: Merge secondary school environmental education with research using wireless technology on Virginia's Eastern Shore (2 folders)

1247

#02-008 - American Farmland Trust: Continued support for the Virginia Rural Lands Program, to help communities retain their rural working landscapes through changes in their land use, zoning, and economic development strategies

 

1248

#02-009 - Department of Environmental Quality: Develop and administer environmental education grants to schools which incorporate environmental education and outdoor field investigations into their curricula

1249-1251

#02-010 - Friends of Chesterfield's Riverfront: Encourage environmental education and stewardship within Chesterfield County schools (3 folders, 1 CD, 1 videotape)

Box 64

Folder

 

1252-1253

#02-011 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Support for the Builders for the Bay program, to reduce the environmental impacts of residential and commercial development throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (2 folders)

1254

#02-012 - Council on Foundations: 2002 membership dues

1255

#02-013 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1256

#02-014 - League of Conservation Voters Education Fund: Evaluate the viability of a public education campaign that will mobilize Virginians to ask the legislature to increase funding for natural resources

1257

#02-015 - James River Association: Support for James River Monitoring Day, to raise awareness and provide opportunities for citizen involvement in monitoring and stewardship of water resources

1258

#02-016 - The Nature Conservancy Action Fund: Support television and mail campaign for the Parks and Natural Areas Bond which dedicates funds to enlarge and enhance Virginia state parks and natural areas (1 videotape)

1259

#02-017 - The Cabell Branch Center: Support for student participation in the "Living Within Nature: Mountains to Sea" Conference and Workshop, which focuses on water and disaster mitigation

1260

#02-018 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Continued support to determine the habitat use patterns of juvenile Atlantic Sturgeon in the James River to allow possible restoration into the Chesapeake Bay's ecosystem

1261

#02-019 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Continued support for the promotion, training and technical support for the expansion of Save Our Streams

 

1262-1263

#02-020 - Radford University: Continued support for the Small Business Environmental Management Assistance Program, non- regulatory program that provides small businesses in Western Virginia with environmental management assistance and education on the economic benefits of environmental stewardship (2 folders)

1264

#02-021 - New River Land Trust: Support for the New River Easement Education Effort, to educate landowners in southwest Virginia on the positive aspects of voluntary conservation easements, and provide educational opportunities for land conservation

1265

#02-022 - The Potomac Conservancy: Support for the Shenandoah Conservation Project, to improve environmental literacy and increase permanent protection of private lands in the Shenandoah River Watershed

1266

#02-023 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 2003 membership dues

1267-1268

#02-024 - The Nature Conservancy Action Fund: Conduct the Natural Resources Funding Campaign to increase natural resources funding in Virginia (2 folders)

1269

#02-025 - Commonwealth of Virginia: Support for the Governor's Natural Resources Leadership Summit

1270

#02-026 - Valley Conservation Council: Continued support for the Resource Inventory Project, to combine resource inventory with mapping to help push conservation planning in Botetourt County

1271

#02-027 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2003

1272

#03-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 2003 membership dues

1273

#03-002 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Continued support for the Virginia Water Quality Project, to preserve, protect and improve water quality, and the Land & Community Project, to improve land use and transportation policies

*active grant

#03-003 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science

 

1274

#03-004 - The Nature Conservancy Action Fund: Continued support for the Natural Resources Funding Campaign to increase natural resources funding in Virginia

1275

#03-005 - Maymont Foundation: Develop, maintain, and promote Standards of Learning-based curricula and public programs focused on environmental topics related to agriculture and the animals at Maymont's Children's Farm

1276

#03-006 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2004

1277

#03-007 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: 2004 membership dues

Box 65

Folder

 

1278-1279

#03-008 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Continued support for research on multispecies and ecosystem-based management of the fisheries, habitat, and food web in the Chesapeake Bay (2 folders)

1280

#03-009 - Northern Virginia Conservation Trust (formerly the Fairfax Land Preservation Trust): General program support to increase work on conservation projects in Prince William and Stafford counties

1281

#03-010 - Valley Conservation Council: Continued support for the conservation planning in Botetourt County and expansion of the Southern Valley Initiative project for conservation planning in Alleghany, Highland and Bath counties

1282

#03-011 - Clean Water Fund: Conduct workshops in northern Virginia watersheds to involve citizens in the development of watershed and water resource protection plans

1283

#03-012 - Earth Force: Support for the Global Rivers Environmental Education Network program, to help educators teach environmental awareness and stewardship

1284

#03-013 - Jamestown 4-H Educational Center: Support for equipment and supplies to improve environmental education and marine science programs (includes two 3½ discs and one CD)

1285

#03-014 - Science Museum of Western Virginia: Support for the design and construction of "The Living River" exhibit of the Mountains to the Sear Watershed Gallery

1286

#03-015 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Support for water monitoring laboratory operations

1287

#03-016 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1288

#04-001 - The Elizabeth River Project: Support for staff and equipment for the River Information Center

1289

#04-002 - Association of Small Foundations: 2004 membership dues

1290

#04-003 - Land Trust Alliance: Support for scholarships for Virginia Land Trust representatives to participate in training opportunities

1291

#04-004 - Friends of Blacks Run Greenway: Develop a curriculum for educator training and field study of watershed issues in Blacks Run

1292

#04-005 - The College of William and Mary: Establish permanent water sampling stations throughout the College Creek Watershed and initiate a water quality monitoring program

1293

#04-006 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Continued support for the Virginia Water Quality Project, to preserve, protect and improve water quality, and the Land & Community Project, to improve land use and transportation policies

1294

#04-007 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Continued support for the promotion, training and technical support for the expansion of Save Our Streams

 

1295

#04-008 - The 500-Year Forest Foundation: Identify, conserve, and steward two privately held Virginia forests to become old growth forests, add to old-growth inventories, conserve open space, and create sites for environmental education

1296

#04-009 - Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce: Support for the "Building a Better Richmond Region" Conference

1297

#04-010 - Maymont Foundation: Support for the Robert M. Freeman Memorial Grant to support Maymont's Fish Collecting Program

1298-1299

#04-011 - The Nature Conservancy: Continued support for the Natural Resources Funding Campaign to increase natural resources funding in Virginia (2 folders)

1300-1301

#04-012 - Shenandoah Valley Pure Water 2000 Forum: Develop the Regional Water Resource Policy Committee database into a information source that serves the Valley for water resource planning (2 folders)

1302

#04-013 - Rivanna Conservation Society: Expand outreach and effectiveness in the Central Virginia watershed community

Box 66

Folder

 

1303

#04-014 - The Elizabeth River Project: Develop a river revitalization plan for the Money Point corridor, in collaboration with the University of Virginia School of Architecture

1304

#04-015 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2005

1305

#04-016 - Southeastern Council on Foundations: 2005 membership dues

1306

#04-017 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1307

#04-018 - Earth Force: Support for the expansion of the Global Rivers Environmental Education Network program, to help educators teach environmental awareness and environmental stewardship

1308-1319

#04-019 - Lynchburg College: Support for water quality monitoring and environmental education in the Blackwater Creek Watershed with a primary focus on College Lake (12 folders, 2 CDs)

1320

#04-020 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Work in partnership with Virginia Save Our Streams to create a statewide citizen water quality monitoring organization

1321

#04-021 - Virginia Manufacturers Association: Support for the Virginia Sustainable Future III Conference (1 CD)

Box 67

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1322

#04-022 - Appalachian Sustainable Development: Expand sustainable agriculture and forestry initiatives to further land conservation and environmental education

* active grant

#04-023 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science

 

1323

#04-024 - BikeWalk Virginia Trails: Support for the Virginia Greenways, Blueways and Trails: Building Active Communities Conference

1324

#05-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 2005 membership dues

1325

#05-002 - Friends of the Rappahannock: Develop an environmental education program to introduce high school students to Low Impact Development (1 CD)

1326

#05-003 - Virginia Outdoors Foundation: Create a small grant program know as "Partnerships for Conservation - Building Land Trusts in Virginia" to enable local land trusts to build their expertise in land conservation issues

1327

#05-004 - The Nature Conservancy: Support for the transition of the Virginiaforever campaign into an independent nonprofit organization

1328

#05-005 - The Elizabeth River Project: Support for an environmental literacy program for grades K-8 with a focus on the Elizabeth River and Jamestown

1329

#05-006 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Support for research on the structural role of submerged aquatic vegetation in nutrient and particulate removal processes and it's potential to enhance water quality and habitat restoration management practices

1330

#05-007 - Friends of the Shenandoah River: Continued support for water monitoring laboratory operations and supplies

1331

#05-008 - Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Support for electronic advocacy and other outreach efforts to motivate community action and educate legislators on the water quality problems facing Virginia Rivers

1332

#05-009 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2006

1333

#05-010 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 2006 membership dues

1334

#05-011 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1335

#05-012 - Shenandoah Resource Conservation and Development Council: Create and implement strategies for financing local resource protection and enhancement initiatives

1336

#05-013 - Old Dominion University Research Foundation: Develop a chemical taxonomy for the James River and lower Chesapeake Bay in conjunction with the Chesapeake Bay Program and Department of Environmental Quality monitoring programs

1337

#05-014 - James River Association: Support for the James River Clear Water Revival Project, to improve the effectiveness of sediment and erosion control and stormwater management programs

*active grant

#05-015 - University of Virginia

 

1338

#05-016 - The Conservation Fund: Support for a collaborative, four- county conservation planning process in the New River Valley Region to assist the Virginia Department of Forestry in protecting key forestlands

1339

#05-017 - Appalachian Sustainable Development: Expand sustainable agriculture and forestry initiatives to further land conservation and environmental education

1340

#06-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 2006 membership dues

1341

#06-002 - Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission: Support for Dragon Run Day 2007

1342

#06-003 - Virginiaforever: Continued support to increase funding for natural resources

1343-1344

#06-004 - Southern Environmental Law Center: Continued support for the Virginia Water Quality Project, to preserve, protect and improve water quality, and the Land & Community Project, to improve land use and transportation policies (2 folders)

*active grant

#06-005 - The Foundation of the Flora of Virginia Project, Inc.

1345

#06-006 - StreamWatch: Develop information about relationships between land use and stream health to help the community plan, manage, and advocate for effective protection and restoration of the Rivanna River basin

*active grant

#06-007 - Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Box 68

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1346

#06-008 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2007

1347

#06-009 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Continued support of partnership with Virginia Save Our Streams to create a statewide citizen water quality monitoring organization

1348

#06-010 - Valley Conservation Council: Support for the County Stewards Initiative, to sustain locally hired "county stewards" focused on high priority land protection in the northern Shenandoah Valley counties

1349

#06-011 - Southeastern Council of Foundations: 2007 membership dues

1350

#06-012 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1351

#06-013 - The Wildlife Center of Virginia: Conduct Chesapeake Bay education programs for schools in rural Virginia counties

1352

#06-014 - The College of William and Mary: Support for research on the influence of stormwater retention ponds on the quantity of water retained, the quality of the water released, and the impacts of that discharge on macroinvertebrate communities in headwater streams

1353

#06-015 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: Support for the Trace Organics Monitoring Project, to collect data on the presence of trace organics (pharmaceuticals, pesticides, herbicides, and endocrine disruptors) in the river

1354

#06-016 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: Identify areas in the Shenandoah Watershed contributing to degraded water quality conditions in the Shenandoah River that are causing seasonal fish kills

1355

#06-017 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Continued support for research on the structural role of submerged aquatic vegetation in nutrient and particulate removal processes and its potential to enhance water quality and habitat restoration management practices

1356

#06-018 - Ki Theatre: Support for the Rappahannock Story Project, to engage the people of Rappahannock County in a process of using their own stories to give human dimension to issues of public policy and decisions that will determine the future of their community (one DVD)

1357

#06-019 - Enterprising Environmental Solutions, Inc. (The Center for Climate Strategies): Support for a three-part discussion series on climate change for members of the Virginia policy community in order to build awareness, knowledge and support for the development of new state policy

 

1358

#06-020 - Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation: Support for the first annual Virginia Land Trust Conference

1359

#07-001 - Association of Small Foundations: 2007 membership dues

1360

#07-002 - Department of Environmental Quality: Support for the Environmental History Project, to explore the history of environmental protection efforts in Virginia (1 DVD)

1361

#07-003 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Support to study the effects of sea level rise on tidal wetlands in the Lynnhaven River Watershed (1 CD)

*active grant

#07-004 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

 

1362

#07-005 - Shenandoah Resource Conservation and Development Council: Develop and deliver a flexible livestock exclusion and pasture management program to improve water quality in the Shenandoah Valley

*active grant

#07-006 - University of Virginia

 

1363

#07-007 - The Elizabeth River Project: Support for interactive K-12 and adult environmental education activities on The Learning Barge, a floating environmental education field station

1364

#07-008 - Cacapon Institute: Support for the Potomac Highlands Watershed School Environmental Forums, to learn the science of watershed function and ecosystem health, and the value of best management practices used to reduce non-point source pollution

1365

#07-009 - Appalachian Sustainable Development: Expand sustainable agriculture and forestry initiatives to further land conservation and environmental education

1366

#07-010 - Appalachian Trail Conservancy: Support for "A Trail to Every Classroom," a professional development program for K-12 teachers to promote environmental education along the Appalachian Trail

1367

#07-011 - Virginia Council on Economic Education: Support a teacher training program that integrates environmental and economic concepts around issues affecting water resources in Virginia

*active grant

#07-012 - Virginia Junior Academy of Science

 

1368

#07-013 - Virginia Military Institute Research Laboratories: Support for Environment Virginia 2008

1369

#07-014 - Council on Foundations: 2008 membership dues

1370

#07-015 - Southern Council on Foundations: 2008 membership dues

1371

#07-016 - Lonesome Pine Soil and Water Conservation District: Establish a citizen water quality monitoring team of the Guest River in Wise County

1372

#07-017 - Longwood University: Support for Clean Virginia Waterways' project to distribute recycled food barrels to groups that plan to host "How to Make a Rain Barrel" workshops throughout Virginia

1373

#07-018 - The Foundation Center: General program support

1374

#07-019 - Old Dominion University Research Foundation: Expand a continuous monitoring program in the shallow-water areas of the James River to include forecasting ecological impairments from continuous monitoring systems

1375

#07-020 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Continued support for research on the structural role of submerged aquatic vegetation in nutrient and particulate removal processes and the potential for iron to reduce sulfide toxicity and enhance seagrass restoration

*active grant

#07-021 - Virginiaforever

 

*active grant

#07-022 - Ki Theatre

Box 69

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1376

#07-023 - Green Infrastructure Center, Inc.: Support for the Green Infrastructure Planning Tools for Connected Communities project, in partnership with the Commonwealth to field test how the new statewide conservation lands model can be retooled and applied to local decision making for land conservation

*active grant

#07-024 - The Nature Conservancy

 

1377

#07-025 - Virginia Institute of Marine Science: Assess the scope of natural resource descriptive data available in Virginia, assemble an index and inventory of the data, and propose a database structure to assemble the data for more comprehensive analysis

1378

#07-026 - Dan River Basin Association: Support for the position of Virginia Programs Manager for the Southern Virginia Rivers Initiative (1 DVD)

1379

#07-027 - Shenandoah University: Purchase laboratory equipment for water quality research

1380

#07-028 - Mary Baldwin College: Develop a new graduate degree program in environment-based learning

1381

#07-029 - George Mason University: Support for the Tidal Potomac Teacher Training Workshop

Series 4.2. Virginia Program Mini-Grants, 1989 to present.

The Virginia Mini-Grant Program supports community-based efforts to strengthen environmental education and to promote stewardship of Virginia's waterways. Preference is given to modest local projects. Public and private schools (K-12) and nongovernmental, nonprofit community organizations in Virginia are eligible to apply for one-year Mini-Grant awards up to $5,000. Local, state, and federal government agencies and programs are not eligible. Grants listed as active grants will not have paperwork.

Folder

 

1382

#89-401 - Fauquier Outdoor Education Association: Support for a water monitoring study to assess the effects of local development on water quality and to inform teachers and students about local water quality issues

1383

#89-402 - Citizens for Albemarle, Inc. and League of Women Voters of Charlottesville and Albemarle County: Support for equipment and supplies for volunteer water monitoring of tributary streams within the watershed of the South Fork Rivanna Reservoir

1384

#89-403 - Bowling Green Elementary School: Support for the Bowling Green Elementary Environmental Science Club, classroom and field programs on environmental science with emphasis on water resources

1385

#89-404 - Citizens for a Better Eastern Shore, Northampton County Chapter: Conduct an objective public awareness campaign to promote citizen participation in local land- use planning decisions in Northampton County

1386

#89-405 - Brownsville Elementary School: Support for pond testing kits, supplies, instructors, and camp use for the Brownsville Outdoor Education Experience

1387

#89-406 - Friends of the Rappahannock: Expand the Rappahannock River water quality monitoring and community education programs

1388

#89-407 - Chesapeake Regional Information Service: Produce a television public service announcement on the effects of toxic substances on the water quality of the Chesapeake Bay (1 videotape)

1389-1392

#89-408 - Izaak Walton League of America: Develop and distribute public service announcements and conservation stories on topics related to the restoration and protection of the Chesapeake Bay (4 folders, 2 reel-to-reel tapes and 2 cassette tapes)

1393

#89-409 - Mathews High School: Support for high school and elementary school students to study aquatic and terrestrial habitats of the Chesapeake Bay

1394

#89-410 - St. Margaret's School: Support for a multidisciplinary program of classroom and field studies on the ecology of the Rappahannock River and Chesapeake Bay

Box 70

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1395

#89-411 - Aylett Country Day School: Support for preschool, middle school and marine biology club students to examine ecological problems of the Chesapeake Bay and local tributaries in classroom, laboratory and field studies

1396

#89-412 - Christchurch School: Support for laboratory equipment for the Urbanna Creek Water Quality Monitoring Project

1397

#89-413 - Greater Richmond Community Foundation/Midlothian Turnpike Beautification Committee: Support for a tree-planting project on Chesterfield County's Midlothian Turnpike

1398-1399

#89-414 - Lancaster Intermediate School: Support for Talented and Gifted fifth graders to study marine and estuarine environment and to produce a videotape program (2 folders, 1 video tape)

1400

#90-401 - J.T. Henley Middle School Outdoor Club: Support for a nature trail erosion control project, stream quality monitoring project and newsletter by the student Outdoor Club

1401

#90-402 - National Wildlife Federation: Design and implement a prototype elementary school environmental education program for educators throughout Virginia

1402

#90-403 - Rawls Byrd Elementary School: Develop and conduct an environmental education unit with a focus on the role of trees in the local and global environment

1403

#90-404 - Friends of the Middle James: General operating and program support for the natural resources of the James River in the Richmond metropolitan area

1404

#90-405 - Colonial Beach High School: Establish and purchase equipment for a marine ecology laboratory and lecture area on the Potomac River

1405

#90-406 - Saving the Rivers Environmental Action Movement: Promote public education and participation in the cleanup and protection of the Powell River in Lee County

1406

#90-407 - Ashby Lee Elementary School: Support for purchase of library media resources to increase awareness among students and faculty of water resources and ecological problems of the Shenandoah River and Chesapeake Bay

1407

#90-408 - King George Middle School: Support to purchase aquariums and field equipment for the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Club and related programs

1408

#90-409 - Friends of the Shenandoah River/ Warren County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League: Expand a citizen volunteer water quality monitoring program along a 150-mile segment of the Shenandoah River and its South Fork

1409

#90-410 - Chesapeake Volunteers in Youth Services, Inc.: Launch and administer a citizen monitoring program for the Elizabeth River

1410

#90-411 - Loudoun Valley High School: Support for water quality monitoring and soil and nutrient runoff analysis by the Student Alliance for Virginia's Environment

1411

#90-412 - Matoaca Middle School: Expand school and field studies on the Chesapeake Bay by the Matoaca Middle School Ecology Club

1412

#90-413 - Richmond Community High School: Establish an audiovisual library collection to enhance the school's environmental science instructional programs

1413

#90-414 - Prince Edward County High School: Support for construction and equipment of the Environmental Study Center for the use of students, youth groups and community organizations

1414

#90-415 - Roanoke City Public Schools: Support for environmental education and river/stream protection activities in the Middle School Scholars Program

1415

#90-416 - Associated Lancaster Citizens, Inc.: Conduct a residential landscape design competition to demonstrate compliance with the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act

1416

#90-417 - Russell County Environmental Council: Support for education programs and community activities to improve an protect the water quality of the Clinch River

1417

#90-418 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Support for a statewide data management program to store, analyze and report water quality data on the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries

1418

#90-419 - Virginia Jaycees: Support for members and chapters of the Virginia Jaycees for a Shenandoah River water quality project

1419

#91-401 - Northside Middle School: Conduct Baywatcher II, a program designed to involve middle school students and community members in the preservation of the Chesapeake Bay and to serve as a model for other schools in the Bay region

1420

#91-402 - Hanover County Public Schools: Develop an environmental education curriculum and model wetlands study site for Hanover County schools

1421-1422

#91-403 - Greater Richmond Environmental Action Trust: Support for a study of the feasibility of adding the Falls of the James River to the federal system of Wild and Scenic Rivers (2 folders)

Box 71

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1423

#91-404 - Portsmouth City Schools: Establish an aquatic education program focusing on the Western Branch of the Elizabeth River and the effects of agricultural, industrial, and septic pollution on the rivers' biological productivity

1424

#91-405 - Heritage High School: Develop an urban outdoor laboratory for use by students in grades K-12

1425

#91-406 - Committee to Preserve Assateague Island, Inc.: Produce brochures for public education to assist the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in protecting the Piping Plover, a federally listed endangered shorebird

1426

#91-407 - Roanoke Valley Governor's School for Science and Technology: Conduct the Roanoke River Watershed Regional Study, an educational program designed for high school students from the counties of Roanoke, Craig, Franklin, Botetourt, and Bedford

1427

#91-408 - Back Bay Restoration Foundation: General operating support and construction of Wood Duck nesting boxes

1428

#91-409 - Maymont Foundation: Develop an education program on water quality, wetlands ecology, and public policy

1429

#91-410 - Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp: Establish the Environmental Educational Field Center in the Shenandoah Valley serving public and private schools, colleges, and businesses

1430

#91-411 - Lakeland High School: Support for the study of water ecosystems by advanced biology students of Lakeland and Nansemond River High Schools

1431

#91-412 - Chesapeake Academy: Develop a Wetlands Nature Trail and conduct related education programs

1432

#91-413 - Virginia Wildlife Federation: Support for the 1992 Student Congress on the Environment

1433

#91-414 - Izaak Walton League of America: Support for the participation by Virginia schools in the Classroom Conservation Contest, a program of the Tennessee/Virginia Bi-State Conference on Clinch and Powell Rivers

1434

#91-415 - Clean the Bay Day, Inc.: Compile and assess all available data on the environmental health of the Elizabeth River, launch a public education program, and develop a long- range, community-wide strategy for river restoration

1435

#92-401 - Warren County Middle School: Support for plants, pond materials, water testing materials and kits, microscopes and curriculum materials for the Outdoor Environmental Classroom

1436

#92-402 - Linton Hall School: Support for equipment to be used in the Outdoor, Conservation, Ecology, and Wildlife Program

1437

#92-403 - Maryland Save Our Streams: Support for the Chesapeake Connection Boaters Education Project, to expand public education about toxics control and Bay water quality protection

1438

#92-404 - York Chapter, Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Support for Chesapeake Bay field trips for Virginia's local government officials in the Lower and Middle Peninsulas

1439

#92-405 - Mattaponi & Pamunkey Rivers Association: Support for the Pamunkey River Sojourn Project, to raise public awareness about the Pamunkey and Mattaponi River systems

1440

#92-406 - Virginia Beach Audubon Society: Support for instructional materials for an environmental education program for third grade students at Rosemont Forest Elementary School

1441

#92-407 - Fishburn Park Elementary School: Support for Wetlands/Water Protection education programs and teacher training programs

1442

#92-408 - Back Bay Restoration Foundation: Support for the purchase of wooden duck decoys used in an educational painting workshop for elementary students in the Virginia Beach area

1443

#92-409 - Nelson County High School: Develop an environmental studies class for high school seniors

1444

#92-410 - Northampton County Public Schools: Establish the Eastern Shore Legacy Project, a program to preserve the area's cultural heritage

1445

#92-411 - Loudoun County Land Institute: Expand its public education program and informational materials

1446

#92-412 - Friends of the Rappahannock: Support for the Environmental Education Conference for the Greater Rappahannock Environmental Education Network targeted for educators of grades K-12

1447

#92-413 - Saint Gertrude High School: Develop a wildlife habitat on school grounds

1448

#92-414 - Keep Chesterfield Clean Corporation: Support for a water quality education program for middle students of Chesterfield County

1449

#92-415 - Friends of the North River, Inc.: Purchase equipment and supplies for testing the water quality of the North River for weekly publication

1450

#92-416 - Maryland Save Our Streams: Support for a Household Hazardous Materials Workshop and Adopt-A-Stream promotion in the Sawmill Creek Watershed of Maryland

1451

#92-417 - Westview on the James: Purchase equipment and instructional materials for environmental education programs

1452

#92-418 - Chesapeake Volunteers in Youth Services, Inc.: Support of educational projects with an emphasis on preventing toxic pollution in the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries

1453

#92-419 - Black Diamond Resource Conservation and Development Council: Establish Southwest Virginia Rivers Day and promote water quality awareness among schools, local organizations, and the general public

Box 72

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1454

#92-420 - The Mattaponi & Pamunkey Rivers Association: Continued support for the Mattaponi River Sojourn Project and a film/slide program on the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Rivers

1455

#92-421 - Mathews High School: Purchase water and soil quality testing kits

1456

#92-422 - Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden: Support for an inventory of native plant species and development of preservation, interpretation, and education programs

1457

#92-423 - Broadwater Academy: Purchase of water quality monitoring equipment for use by the Broadwater Institute of Natural Sciences

1458

#93-401 - York Chapter, Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Continued support for Chesapeake Bay field trips for elected and staff officials of the Lower and Middle Peninsulas

1459

#93-402 - Giles County Public Schools: Purchase water testing equipment and supplies for stream monitoring programs and related educational activities

1460

#93-403 - New River-Highlands Resource Conservation and Development Council: Support for the Friends of Little Reed Island Creek Watershed for a stream protection program in Carroll County and the City of Hillsville

1461

#93-404 - Churchland High School: Purchase equipment and supplies for environmental research on the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries

1462

#93-405 - Living Classrooms Foundation (formerly Lady Maryland Foundation): Support for a five-day shipboard program of training workshops in advanced water quality monitoring and assessment for teachers in the Potomac River Watershed

1463

#93-406 - Audubon Naturalist Society: Print and distribute ten issues of the Moving People newsletter, a volunteer-produced monthly publication on transportation and land use issues in the Potomac watershed region

1464

#93-407 - Flint Hill School: Support to study the effect of forest fragmentation and golf course construction on suburban woodlands and aquatic ecosystems

1465

#93-408 - Callao Elementary School: Support for an aquatic education program involving classroom studies, assemblies, and field trips

1466

#93-409 - Valley Conservation Council: Support for statewide training seminar and demonstration projects on streambank stabilization

1467

#93-410 - Glade Hill Elementary School: Support for an outdoor environmental learning center

1468

#93-411 - Flint Hill Elementary School: Support for the purchase and installation of equipment and materials for an outdoor garden and nature study site

1469

#93-412 - Living Classrooms Foundation: Develop and implement shipboard training programs for middle and high schools in Virginia's Potomac River Watershed

1470

#93-413 - Trinity Episcopal School: Support for an interdisciplinary course, field studies, and stewardship projects on the history, ecology, and water quality of the James River

1471

#93-414 - George Washington Middle School: Support for an aquatic education program, including water quality monitoring on the Potomac River and local streams

1472

#93-415 - Fairfax Audubon Society: Enhance and monitor wildlife and habitat in Northern Virginia's parks

1473

#93-416 - Holy Cross Regional Catholic School: Support for an environmental science course for juniors and seniors with emphasis on the Chesapeake Bay and the James River Watershed

1474

#93-417 - Alexandria Seaport Foundation: Develop a marine science education program for local schools and at-risk youth

1475

#93-418 - Historic Rivers Land Conservancy: Publish and distribute a master plan for a greenway system linking Williamsburg, York County, and James City County

1476

#93-419 - The Science Education Foundation of Williamsburg-James City County, Inc.: Support for a collaborative project with the Virginia Living Museum to enable middle school students from low-income families to attend a one-week summer science field study in the Shenandoah National Park

1477

#94-401 - Friends of Huntley Meadows Park: Support for the summer intern program at Huntley Meadows Park

1478

#94-402 - Friends of the Rappahannock: Support for an Education Outreach Coordinator position

1479

#94-403 - Garden Club of Warren County: Implement a tree landscaping project in cooperation with the Beatification of Front Royal Committee

1480

#94-404 - Roanoke City Public Schools: Support for an environmental education program developed in partnership with the Roanoke City Department of Parks and Recreation

1481

#94-405 - Chesapeake Volunteers in Youth Services, Inc.: Develop and maintain a wildlife refuge in Chesapeake for use as an outdoor research and education site

1482-1483

#94-406 - The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation: Support for an environmental tour for young visitors to Colonial Williamsburg (2 folders)

1484

#94-407 - Historic Petersburg Foundation, Inc.: Support for an aquatic education and stream monitoring program for students and educators in Petersburg

Box 73

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1485

#94-408 - The Cabell Brand Center: Support for fellowships for students engaged in research on sustainable economic and environmental development in the Roanoke Valley region

1486

#94-409 - Pembroke Elementary School: Support for educational materials for a third grade coastal ecology program

1487

#94-410 - Luray Elementary School: Develop an outdoor environmental teacher training and study site (1 videotape)

1488

#94-411 - Governor's School Regional Center in Field Biology: Support for water quality research on the Jackson River by eighth and ninth grade students from western Virginia

1489

#94-412 - Turner Ashby High School: Support for water quality monitoring and community education programs on the North River Watershed

1490

#94-413 - Hamilton Elementary School and Hillsboro Elementary School: Support for water quality studies in the Catoctin Creek Watershed by fourth grade students

1491

#94-414 - Izaak Walton League of America: Support for ten Virginia educators to participate in the 1995 Water Education Institute

1492

#94-415 - The Miller School of Albemarle: Coordinate a regional network of schools and community groups in the Save Our Streams program of watershed stewardship and monitoring

1493

#95-401 - Radford High School: Support for water quality monitoring programs by chemistry and biology students to teach and mentor third grade students' water quality projects

1494

#95-402 - Joy of Sports Foundation: Support for the Tennis Plus Program, a pilot program that combines tennis instruction with adopt-a-watershed activities

1495

#95-403 - Shaarei Torah of Richmond: Purchase equipment and supplies for an aquatic education program on the ecology of the James River and Chesapeake Bay

1496

#95-404 - Back Bay Restoration Foundation: Support for educational programs on aquatic ecosystems of the Back Bay and North Landing watersheds

1497

#95-405 - Winchester Public Schools: Support for teacher training, instructional programs, and water quality monitoring projects in the Shenandoah River Watershed

1498

#95-406 - Marion Primary School: Expand environmental education programs and establish an environmental learning center at Hungry Mother State Park

1499

#95-407 - Robert E. Lee Elementary School: Support for instructional materials and equipment for an environmental resource laboratory, installation of an outdoor wetland garden and study site, and related classroom and field studies

1500

#95-408 - North Branch School: Continued support for the development of an outdoor learning area

1501

#95-409 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: General operating support for the Chesapeake Bioregional Information Online Service, a public access repository for Chesapeake Bay conservation information

1502

#95-410 - Herndon Middle School: Support for materials, training, and landscaping to create an outdoor classroom

1503

#95-411 - Rye Cove Intermediate School: Support for construction and equipment for an environmental studies outdoor classroom

1504

#95-412 - Manchester Middle School: Support for supplies and equipment for watershed studies, water quality monitoring, and community environmental improvement programs

1505

#95-413 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Support for the Citizen's For Water Quality Summit

1506

#95-414 - Grymes Memorial School: Establish a water quality education and river monitoring program in the Rapidan River Watershed

1507

#95-415 - Conner Elementary School: Purchase curriculum materials and supplies for the fifth grade water quality monitoring program

1508

#95-416 - Bethel Elementary School: Support for water quality testing equipment and supplies for fourth grade students

1509

#95-417 - Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment: Produce and distribute ten issues of Rediscover, a newsletter featuring tips and ideas for conducting outdoor environmental studies on school grounds

1510-1511

#95-418 - The Nature Conservancy: Purchase multimedia equipment and software for environmental research topics in Virginia's Eastern Shore (2 folders)

1512

#95-419 - Community Lutheran Church: Develop and produce environmental educational materials for the Hedgerow Habitat Trail

Box 74

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1513-1514

#95-420 - Northampton County Public Schools: Purchase equipment and supplies for water quality monitoring and environmental assessment of the Eastern Shore (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1515

#96-401 - Blue Ridge Zoological Society of Virginia, Inc.: Provide educational graphics and school curriculum materials to illustrate biodiversity and native flora through exhibits at Mill Mountain Zoo and teacher workshops

1516

#96-402 - Friends of Bull Run, Inc.: Support for reconstruction and trail development of Catlett's Branch Corridor in the Bull Run Mountains

1517

#96-403 - Friends of Dragon Run, Inc.: Support for the reprint of the Friends of Dragon Run brochure

1518

#96-404 - Camp Bethel: Establish a water quality monitoring program on Back Creek, a tributary on the James River

1519-1520

#96-405 - Fishburn Park Elementary School: Support for staff development of Networking Environments to Educate Children project, to integrate technology into daily instruction of basic and environmentally focused skills (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1521

#96-406 - J. G. Hening Elementary Parent-Teacher Association: Purchase education software, curriculum resource materials, and supplies for a wetlands habitat

1522

#96-407 - Grafton High School: Purchase materials and water testing equipment for student investigations of the Grafton Ponds Wetlands

1523

#96-408 - McHarg Elementary School: Support for materials and supplies to establish the Appalachian Environmental Science Center

1524

#96-409 - Alternatives, Inc.: Support for the Environmental Youth Mapping Project, to develop a central information database on all current environmental programs in Hampton

1525

#96-410 - American Water Resources Association, Virginia Tech Chapter: Support for a stormwater stenciling project, to increase awareness and reduce non-point source pollution of surface waters

1526

#96-411 - Apple Ridge Farm, Inc.: Purchase lab and field equipment and instructional materials for environmental programs in elementary schools

1527

#96-412 - Grange Hall Elementary School: Purchase curriculum materials, tools and supplies for a bird sanctuary and nature trail

1528

#96-413 - Weems Elementary School: Support for equipment, books and instructional materials for sixth graders to study the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

1529

#96-414 - Oak Hill Elementary School: Purchase materials and supplies for the planting area and bird sanctuary for a outdoor classroom

1530

#96-415 - Governor's School Regional Center in Field Biology: Support for research and data collection by area high school students on the effects of cattle grazing and watering on small streams in the upper James River Watershed

1531

#96-416 - Yorktown Middle School: Purchase environmental software and graphing calculators for local environmental studies conducted in conjunction with the NASA Kid Satellite "Baywatch" Program, to link classroom "command centers" with digital cameras onboard NASA shuttle missions

1532

#97-401 - William E. Waters Middle School: Support for the Lynnhaven River Oyster Restoration Project, an initiative to reconstruct an oyster broodstock sanctuary in the Lynnhaven River, a tributary of the Chesapeake Bay

1533

#97-402 - Virginia Association of Soil & Water Conservation Districts: Conduct watershed workshops for teachers and provide educational materials for the 1998 Environthon research and stewardship competitions

1534-1535

#97-403 - Christiansburg Elementary School: Purchase equipment and materials for field kits for the Wildlife Mapping Project, to allow students to investigate their environment and help identify and protect local habitats (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1536

#97-404 - Chesapeake Volunteers in Youth Services, Inc.: General operating support

1537-1538

#97-405 - Meadows of Dan Elementary School: Support for classroom and field studies of the effects of pollution on the Dan River from its headwaters to the Atlantic Ocean (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1539

#97-406 - Virginia Council on Economic Education: Conduct a teacher training program on sustainable development and environmental economics

1540

#97-407 - Appalachian Sustainable Development (formerly Clinch Powell Sustainable Development Initiative, Inc.): Support teacher training and curriculum integration of sustainability education, in collaboration with the Virginia Council on Economic Education and Clinch Valley College

1541

#97-408 - Crestwood Elementary School: Support for Project Enviro- FLASH (Families Learning at School and Home), to address water quality monitoring of Lake Page and water conservation issues for the entire Crestwood community

1542

#97-409 - Westmoreland County Public Schools: Support for an environmental studies teacher training course

1543

#97-410 - Dozier Middle School: Support for scientific and instructional materials and field trip transportation for Aquatic Classroom Training, to conduct investigations on water quality issues

1544

#97-411 - Rockbridge County High School: Support for computer equipment and internet service for environmental science and ecology courses

1545

#97-412 - Bayside High School: Purchase equipment and materials for a water quality monitoring project of the Lake Smith Watershed

1546

#97-413 - Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay: Support for educational programs and volunteer water quality monitoring projects of the Chickahominy Watershed Alliance

Box 75

Folder

 

1547

#97-414 - Boonsboro Elementary School: Purchase garden tools and plant materials for a outdoor science learning Center

1548

#97-415 - The Environmental Education Center (formerly Tandem School): Support for staff labor and materials for schoolyard habitat development to enhance science education for elementary and middle school students

1549

#97-416 - York High School: Purchase equipment and supplies for a water quality survey of the York River Watershed

1550

#98-401 - Larkspur Middle School: Support for materials and supplies to design and develop an on-grounds nature trail, outdoor classroom, and wetlands outdoor study area

1551

#98-402 - Garden High School: Purchase equipment, supplies, and instructional materials for a water quality protection project of the Levisa River

1552

#98-403 - William M. Cooper Elementary School: Construct an observation deck/outdoor classroom and footbridge as part of the restoration of the Cougar Run salt marsh

1553

#98-404 - Christopher Kraft Elementary School: Purchase plant and landscape materials and garden equipment for courtyard habitat gardens

1554

#98-405 - Wakefield School, Inc.: Support for an environmental impact study of the Wakefield Watershed (2 CDs)

1555

#98-406 - Izaak Walton League of America, Virginia Division: Support for the Citizen's For Water Quality Summit

1556

#98-407 - Westview on the James: Support for Land: Earth's Natural Resource Bank, a field trip to explore land use practices and natural resource consumption issues

1557

#98-408 - Greater Richmond Area Health Education Center: Support for water quality education and training programs

1558

#98-409 - Meadows of Dan Elementary School: Conduct water quality studies on the Dan, Mayo, and Smith rivers in Patrick County

1559

#98-410 - Penn Elementary School: Support for supplies for an outdoor education area

1560

#98-411 - Norfolk Botanical Garden: Support for "Explore Nature!" an environmental education program that focuses on biodiversity, ecology and identification of the region's flora and fauna

1561-1562

#98-412 - The Cabell Brand Center: Support for fellowships for students engaged in research on sustainable economic and environmental development in the New River/Roanoke Valley region (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1563

#98-413 - Phenix Elementary School: Develop and purchase equipment and supplies for an outdoor ecological center

1564

#98-414 - John Marshall High School: Establish and purchase supplies for developmental environmental centers for teaching environmental awareness and appreciation

1565

#98-415 - John Wayland Elementary School: Support for environmental education and water quality monitoring project on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

1566

#98-416 - Christiansburg Elementary School: Support for materials to develop a wildlife habitat and environmental education for teachers and students

1567

#98-417 - Rose Hill Elementary School: Purchase water testing equipment and supplies for water quality monitoring in the Martin Creek Watershed

1568

#98-418 - Danville Science Center, Inc.: Purchase equipment for an outdoor river lab and conduct teacher training workshops focused on the Dan River Watershed

1569

#98-419 - Highland School: Purchase materials to conduct water quality, hydrology, and ecology research on a converted wetland

1570

#99-401 - Kemps Landing Magnet School: Support for water quality monitoring supplies and training

1571

#99-402 - Friends of Green Spring: Support for a streambank restoration project at Green Spring Gardens Park

1572

#99-403 - Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation: Support for the salary of an education coordinator

1573

#99-404 - Assateague Coastal Trust: Support participation by schools in the Virginia Eastern Shore in the Delmarva Coastal Bays Map Contest

1574

#99-405 - Undersea Research Foundation, Inc.: Purchase equipment and supplies to photograph underwater biota and microenvironments in the Chesapeake Bay (1 CD)

1575

#99-406 - Portsmouth Public Schools: Purchase computer hardware and software for data collection and web page development of a oyster restoration expansion project

1576

#99-407 - Grundy High School: Purchase equipment and supplies for water quality monitoring of Slate Creek and Booth Branch

1577

#99-408 - EcoStewards Alliance: Support for materials and training in the fundamental components of and steps for creating nature habitats

Box 76

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1578

#99-409 - Jonesville Middle School: Support for stream monitoring and analysis on Town Branch, tributary of Batie Creek

1579

#99-410 - J.J. Kelly High School: Purchase equipment and supplies for an outdoor classroom and stream monitoring project of Glade Creek

1580

#99-411 - The Wintergreen Nature Foundation: Support for a stream monitoring project of streams in the vicinity of the Wintergreen Resort

1581

#99-412 - Friends of the North Fork of the Shenandoah River: Support for education programs about the North Fork of the Shenandoah River for fourth and fifth grade students

1582

#99-413 - Magruder Primary School: Create an outdoor classroom for environmental education of kindergarten through second grade students

1583

#00-401 - Pathways for Radford and Radford University: Support to study ecological interactions in Wildwood Park and develop a trail network through Radford

1584

#00-402 - Council High School: Purchase water quality monitoring equipment and a soil test kit

1585

#00-403 - Central Elementary School: Support for admission fees to Boxerwood Gardens for student participation in Boxerwood environmental education programs

1586

#00-404 - Liberty Middle School Boys and Girls Club: Investigate the impact of the local community and local watershed on water quality and life in the Chesapeake Bay

1587

#00-405 - Assateague Coastal Trust: Support for water quality testing of the Chincoteague Bay

1588

#00-406 - Weber City Elementary School: Establish an outdoor classroom

1589

#00-407 - Jackson River Governor's School: Support for the study and assessment of lichens in the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia

1590

#00-408 - Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast: Purchase native plants and educational materials for protected wetlands in Chesapeake called "The Outback"

1591

#00-409 - Brandon Middle School: Establish an outdoor learning center for environmental education

1592-1593

#00-410 - St. Paul High School: Support for a wetlands preservation project (2 folders)

1594

#00-411 - Norfolk Botanical Garden: Purchase water sampling equipment and print materials for Lakes Alive!, a field study program that introduces elementary and secondary students to a freshwater habitat

1595

#01-401 - The Wintergreen Nature Foundation: Support for an educator workshop on natural and cultural history of Virginia

1596

#01-402 - Hands Across the Mountain, Inc.: Enhance the Appalachia Elementary School nature trail with a greenhouse and outdoor learning laboratory, and implement a streamwalk curriculum

1597

#01-403 - Lebanon High School: Support for an outdoor environmental and wetlands study area

1598

#01-404 - Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation: Create a wildlife and activities book with a focus on plants and animals living at the Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve

1599

#01-405 - EcoStewards Alliance: Create an elementary school education unit on habitats and bayscaping to supplement a schoolyard habitat living laboratory

1600

#01-406 - Forest Park Senior High School: Support for the environmental science program, "Bruins Go Green" (*grant declined)

1601

#02-401 - The Wintergreen Nature Foundation: Continued support for an educator workshop on natural and cultural history of Virginia

1602

#02-402 - Tuckahoe Elementary School: Create a woodland edge and meadow habitat, and develop an environmental curriculum for kindergarten through fifth grade students

1603

#02-403 - Danville Science Center, Inc.: Develop a butterfly station outreach program to increase understanding of butterfly ecology and native plant habitats

1604

#02-404 - Smithsonian National Zoological Park Conservation & Research Center: Collect data about local amphibian populations, and assist long-term research partnerships between schools and scientific organizations

1605

#02-405 - Coalition for Jobs and the Environment: Build school gardens to establish wildlife habitat and ecosystem study areas

1606

#02-406 - Ruby F. Carver Elementary School: Purchase equipment and planting materials for an outdoor classroom

1607

#02-407 - Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast: Purchase equipment and supplies to expand environmental education programs

1608

#03-401 - Highland School: Support for a watershed project to convert retention ponds into certified wetlands (2 CDs)

1609

#03-402 - Friends of Hungry Mother State Park: Purchase equipment and supplies for use in training teachers in environmental education programming tools

1610

#03-403 - Children's Museum of Richmond: Support for educator training and educational programming connected to the James River Water Play exhibit

1611

#03-404 - Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center (formerly the Virginia Marine Science Museum): Support for a program on stranded marine animals and the conservation and research efforts of the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center Stranding Team

1612

#03-405 - Giles County Partnerships for Excellence Foundation, Inc.: Conduct water quality monitoring on tributaries feeding the New River in Giles County

1613

#03-406 - Piedmont Environmental Council: Create urban Best Management Practices to reduce long-term non-point source pollution in Purcellville, Leesburg and Sterling, and provide a model for environmental education of high school students

1614

#03-407 - Camp Kum-Ba-Yah, Inc.: Support for an environmental education program

Box 77

Folder

 

1615

#03-408 - Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation: Support for Watering the Watershed Open House, to introduce developers, builders, and waterfront homeowners to low impact technology that reduce the impacts of stormwater runoff into the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries

1616

#04-401 - Chincoteague Elementary School: Support for teacher training and purchase of materials needed for pond section of an outdoor study area

1617

#04-402 - Upper Roanoke River Roundtable and Roanoke River Basin Association: Support for "Policing your Pet Initiative," to educate pet owners and citizens that dog waste contributes bacterial pollution to local streams, rivers and lakes

1618

#04-403 - Old Dominion Resource Conservation & Development Council, Inc.: Support for environmental field school programs

1619

#04-404 - Boxerwood Education Association, Inc.: Support for the wetland and natural waste treatment system education project

1620

#04-405 - Virginia Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts Educational Foundation: Support for soil and water conservation education programs

1621

#04-406 - Portsmouth Public Schools: Purchase equipment and materials for "Wild Mathematics," a science and mathematics project based on data collected by Virginia wildlife biologists

1622

#04-407 - Lynnhaven River 2007: Develop and implement a community education program to improve water quality in the Lynnhaven River

1623

#04-408 - Blue Ridge School: Support for materials to build nature trails and bridges to create an outdoor education area on Brokenback Mountain

1624

#04-409 - J. A. Chalkley Elementary School: Purchase equipment and supplies to create an outdoor learning laboratory

1625

#04-410 - Friends of Norfolk's Environment: Purchase books and student handouts for the Green Reader Program for Norfolk's elementary schools

1626

#04-411 - Coalition for Jobs and the Environment: Build ponds and wetlands to use as wildlife habitat and ecosystem study areas

1627

#04-412 - North Branch School: Create a comprehensive environmental curriculum

1628

#05-401 - Nauticus, The National Maritime Center: Develop curriculum for watershed concepts and promote environmental literacy in Virginia Beach Public Schools

1629

#05-402 - Upper Tennessee River Roundtable, Inc.: Support for Southwest Virginia Regional rain barrel and rain garden awareness workshops (1 CD)

1630

#05-403 - The Wintergreen Nature Foundation: Support for an environmental education program on the botanical assessment of the Shamokin Springs Nature Preserve

1631

#05-404 - Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast: Support for GeoHunt, an environmental education program for girls ages 6-17

1632-1633

#05-405 - Virginia Council of Trout Unlimited: Develop curriculum on acid rain and native species habitat preservation for fifth and sixth graders (2 folders, 3 CDs, and 1 videotape)

1634

#05-406 - Floris Elementary School: Establish a garden area for science lab experiments and observations

1635

#05-407 - Radford High School: Purchase equipment and materials for watershed education activities

1636

#05-408 - Ivy Creek Foundation: Develop an interpretive display for increased awareness of the Rivanna Watershed

1637

#05-409 - Churchland Elementary School: Support for "I Heard That at Hoffler Creek," a project that will allow fourth grade students to recognize, record and re-create the sound environment at the Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve

1638

#05-410 - Frost Middle School: Support for water quality monitoring equipment and supplies

1639

#06-401 - Binford Middle School Parent-Teacher Association: Support for an outdoor rain garden for environmental education

1640

#06-402 - Fairfield Elementary School: Support for an outdoor classroom for environmental education

1641

#06-403 - Fauquier Alliance for Recreation: Support for water resource education for teachers

1642

#06-404 - The Cabell Brand Center: Support for education and outreach about rainwater harvesting systems

1643

#06-405 - Martinsville Middle School: Integrate a watershed program into the Science, Engineering, Math, & Aerospace Academy curriculum

1644

#06-406 - Dan River Basin Association: Support for water quality monitoring training for teachers

1645

#06-407 - Newton Marasco Foundation: Support for an environmental stewardship program for Loudoun Valley High School students

1646

#06-408 - Valley Elementary School: Support for an outdoor classroom (1 CD)

Series 4.3. Kanawha and Ohio River Valleys Program Grants, 1981 to present.

These grants are limited to the Kanawha and Ohio River Valleys of Kentucky and West Virginia; this program supports research, education, and community action on water quality and the effects of water pollution on public health and the environment. Emphasis is given to collaboration by citizens, government, and industry to develop effective public policies and to increase public participation in water quality monitoring and watershed management. Grants listed as active will not have paperwork.

Box 78

Folder

 

1647-1648

#81-101 - Marshall University Foundation: Conduct water quality tests using the Asian clam as a biological indicator of certain organics and heavy metals in the Kanawha River (2 folders)

1649

#81-102 - University of Cincinnati Raymond Walters College (currently Blue Ash College): Support for water quality internships

1650

#81-103 - University of Cincinnati College of Medicine: Develop a method to assess mutagens and carcinogens in drinking water sources

1651

#81-004 - Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO): Support for a documentary program on the environmental reform of the Ohio River(*grant declined)

1652

#81-005 - Xavier University: Design and conduct executive seminars about the scientific, legal and ethical aspects of environmental pollution

1653

#81-006 - Izaak Walton League of America: Expand the syndication of "Make Peace With Nature," a weekly television program about environmental and conservation issues

1654

#82-101 - Environmental Council on Funding: Develop and conduct an Ohio River Valley resource conference on water quality

1655

#82-102 - Environmental Council on Funding: Coordinate the identification of specific water quality problems in the Ohio River Valley

1656

#82-103 - Ohio Environmental Council: Identify high-risk water contamination sites in the Ohio River Watershed of Ohio

1657

#82-104 - Marshall University: Identify high-risk water contamination sites in the Ohio River Watershed of West Virginia

1658

#82-105 - University of Louisville: Identify high-risk water contamination sites in the Ohio River Watershed in Kentucky

1659

#82-106 - Environmental Council on Funding: Identify high-risk water contamination sites in the Ohio River Valley

1660

#83-101 - Ohio Environmental Council: Conduct conferences and develop a resource directory for public interest and environmental organizations in the Ohio River Basin

1661

#83-102 - University of Virginia Institute for Environmental Negotiation: Assess the potential effectiveness of a Toxics Roundtable in the Ohio River Valley

1662

#83-103 - University of Louisville: Develop a research consortium to address water quality problems in the Ohio River Basin

1663-1664

#84-101 - Kentucky Resources Council: Support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project, to monitor the implementation and enforcement of water quality statutes and programs and provide technical assistance and information to citizen organizations in Kentucky on water quality issues (2 folders)

1665

#84-102 - Applied Information Resources, Inc.: Support for a Toxics Round Table in Cincinnati, Ohio to focus on issues related to toxic and hazardous substances and their effects on water quality

1666-1667

#84-103 - Council of State Governments and Ohio River Basin Commission: Support for the Groundwater in the Ohio River Valley project, to facilitate development of state and regional groundwater management and protection plans (2 folders)

Box 79

Folder

 

1668-1669

#84-104 - University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc.: Continued support for the Ohio Basin Research and Education Consortium, to address water quality problems in the Ohio River Basin (2 folders)

1670

#84-105 - University of Louisville Research Foundation, Inc.: Support for water quality testing as part of an environmental health project directed by the Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky

1671

#85-101 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project

1672

#85-102 - West Virginia Chamber of Commerce and West Virginia Manufacturers Association: Support for the 1985 West Virginia Conference on the Environment

1673

#85-103 - Environmental Defense Fund: Expand the Richmond, Virginia office of the Environmental Defense Fund to include an attorney-scientist position to address water toxic pollution problems in West Virginia

1674

#85-104 - Applied Information Resources, Inc.: Continued support for the Greater Cincinnati Toxics Round Table

1675-1676

#85-105 - Water Management Association of Ohio: Support for printing and publishing Ohio Water Firsts - Volume I concerning Ohio's water resources (2 folders)

1677-1680

#85-106 - National Institute for Chemical Studies, Inc.: Support for water quality-related portions of the Citizen's Choice Campaign in the Kanawha Valley of West Virginia (4 folders, 2 cassette tapes)

1681

#86-101 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project

1682

#86-102 - West Virginia Chamber of Commerce and West Virginia Manufacturers Association: Support for the 1986 West Virginia Conference on the Environment

Box 80

Folder

 

1683-1684

#86-103 - Izaak Walton League of America: Expand the Ohio Save Our Streams program in the Ohio River drainage basin (2 folders, 1 cassette tape)

1685-1687

#86-104 - Appalshop, Inc.: Production and distribution of "Chemical Valley USA," a videotape program concerning the environmental and economic issues related to the chemical manufacturing industry in the Kanawha River Valley of West Virginia (3 folders, 3 videotapes)

1688

#86-105 - The Ohio State University Research Foundation: Support for the development of the "School on Water," a program to make the Ohio River itself an outdoor classroom

1689

#86-106 - Marshall University Foundation: Support for the analysis of historical trends in the deposition of biohazardous organic compounds in Kanawha River sediments

1690-1691

#86-107 - Ohio Lake Management Society: Support for the Regional Symposium on Lake and Reservoir Management (2 folders)

1692-1693

#86-108 - West Virginia Chamber of Commerce and West Virginia Manufacturers Association: Support for the 1987 West Virginia Conference on the Environment (2 folders)

1694

#86-109 - Appalachia-Science in the Public Interest, Inc.: Hire a coordinator for promotional and public information activities for the Hoover Memorial Laboratory

1695

#86-110 - Rural Coalition: Support for the Citizen's Coal Summit program activities related to water quality in the Ohio and Kanawha River Valley regions

1696

#87-101 - Environmental Defense Fund: Support for water quality activities in its West Virginia Program

1697-1698

#87-102 - Friends of WNPB, Inc.: Production and promotion of "Forks of Cheat," a television documentary about the historical interrelationship between people and the Cheat River, a source of headwaters for the Ohio and Monongahela Rivers (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1699

#87-103 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Promote and expand the Ohio Save Our Streams program

Box 81

Folder

 

1700-1702

#87-104 - Marshall University Foundation, Inc.: Support for the analysis of biohazardous chemicals in Kanawha River sediments (3 folders)

1703-1704

#87-105 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project (2 folders)

1705-1706

#87-106 - Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District: Support for personnel, equipment and supplies for biological monitoring of stream quality in Louisville and Jefferson County, Kentucky (2 folders)

1707

#88-101 - Citizen's Clearinghouse for Hazardous Wastes, Inc.: Support for general operating costs of the Appalachian Field Office in Charleston, West Virginia

1708-1709

#88-102 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project (2 folders)

1710

#88-103 - West Virginia Chamber of Commerce and West Virginia Manufactures Association: Support for the 1988 West Virginia Conference on the Environment

1711

#88-104 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Promote and expand the Ohio Stream Monitoring Program

1712

#88-105 - West Virginia - Citizen Research Group: Increase public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1713-1715

#88-106 - Marshall University, Department of Biological Sciences: Support for the Kanawha/Ohio River Dispersion Model project, to estimate travel times and downstream concentrations of chemicals accidentally released into the Kanawha River (3 folders, 1 videotape)

1716

#88-107 - Virginia Commonwealth University: Support for summer fellowship grants to advance the education of medical students in environmentally related health hazards

Box 82

Folder

 

1717-1718

#89-101 - Kentucky Conservation Foundation: Establish the Center for Environmental Policy and support for water quality programs (2 folders)

1719

#89-102 - West Virginia - Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1720

#89-103 - West Virginia Chamber of Commerce and West Virginia Manufacturers Association: Support for the 1989 West Virginia Conference on the Environment

1721

#89-104 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Launch a pilot stream protection project in West Virginia, with emphasis on the Kanawha and Ohio River Valleys

1722-1724

#89-105 - Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District: Develop and test a biological monitoring program for urban streams in Jefferson County, Kentucky (3 folders)

1725

#89-106 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project

1726

#90-101 - West Virginia Environmental Institute: Support for the 1990 West Virginia Conference on the Environment

1727

#90-102 - Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.: Continued support to develop and expand Save Our Streams in West Virginia

1728

#90-103 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1729-1730

#90-104 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project (2 folders)

1731

#90-105 - Kentucky Conservation Foundation: Continued support for the Center for Environmental Policy and water quality programs

1732

#91-101 - West Virginia Mountain Stream Monitors: Support for participation in the West Virginia Water Quality Standards Triennial Review

1733

#91-102 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1734-1735

#91-103 - Kentucky Resources Council: Continued support for the Kentucky Governmental Accountability Project (2 folders)

Box 83

Folder

 

1736

#91-104 - Izaak Walton League of America: Continued support to develop and expand Save Our Streams in West Virginia

1737

#91-105 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Support to obtain Scenic River designations for thirteen rivers in West Virginia

1738

#92-101 - Kentucky Resources Council: Produce a water quality series for broadcast for "Down To Earth," an independent series of weekly, half-hour programs on WFPL-FM in Louisville, Kentucky (2 cassette tapes)

1739

#92-102 - Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission: Develop a citizen volunteer monitoring program for the Ohio River and its tributaries

1740

#92-103 - Izaak Walton League of America: Complete program development, training and public education for Save Our Streams in West Virginia

1741

#92-104 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1742

#92-105 - West Virginia Mountain Stream Monitors: Support for water quality monitoring programs

1743

#93-101 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1744-1745

#93-102 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Implement a strategic plan for West Virginia's Rivers (2 folders)

1746-1747

#93-103 - Pine Cabin Run Ecological Laboratory: Assess the ecological health of the Greenbrier River and develop strategies for its long-term protection (2 folders)

1748-1750

#93-104 - Louisville Nature Center: Support for educational programs and inventory assessments of critical areas in the Beargrass Creek Watershed (3 folders, 2 videotapes)

1751

#93-105 - Licking River Valley Resource Conservation and Development Council: Support of a groundwater quality education project for high school students in the Ohio River Valley

1752

#94-101 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: General operating and program support for water advocacy and outreach

1753

#94-102 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

1754

#95-101 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support for the implementation of a strategic plan for West Virginia's Rivers

1755

#95-102 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Continued support for public education and participation in development of state groundwater policies

Box 84

Folder

 

1756-1758

#95-103 - Louisville Nature Center: Support for resource protection and restoration in the Beargrass Creek Watershed (3 folders, 1 videotape)

1759-1760

#96-101 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support for the implementation of a strategic plan for West Virginia's Rivers (2 folders)

1761

#96-102 - Cacapon Institute (formerly the Pine Cabin Run Ecological Laboratory): Continued support to assess the ecological health of the Greenbrier River and completion of a water quality assessment report

1762-1763

#97-101 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Support for the Kentucky River Basin citizen monitoring program (2 folders)

1764

#98-101 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued operation and program support for water advocacy and outreach

1765

#98-102 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Establish citizen volunteer monitoring teams for the Licking River and Salt River Watershed Watch programs

1766-1767

#98-103 - West Virginia-Citizen Research Group: Support for the Mountain State Water Quality Information and Education Project, to provide information to public officials, community groups and the public on water quality issues (2 folders)

1768

#98-104 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support for the implementation of a strategic plan for West Virginia's Rivers and watershed protection programs

1769

#99-101 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued operation and program support for water advocacy and outreach

1770

#99-102 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Expand the Watershed Watch programs to the Upper Cumberland, Four Rivers, and Green River watersheds

1771

#99-103 - Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission: Continued support and expansion of a citizen volunteer monitoring program for the Ohio River and its tributaries

Box 85

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1772-1773

#00-101 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued support for the Watershed Watch programs (2 folders)

1774

#00-102 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued operation and program support for water advocacy and outreach

1775-1776

#00-103 - Louisville Nature Center: Develop a curriculum for watershed education of Beargrass Creek (2 folders)

1777

#01-101 - University of Charleston: Support for equipment needed for the Kanawha River Project, to analyze the river for pollutants, nutrients and aquatic wildlife

1778

#02-101 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Promote the adoption of scientifically sound and protective nutrient water quality criteria from lakes and reservoirs

1779-1781

#02-102 - University of Charleston: Continued support for the for the Kanawha River Project, to analyze the river for pollutants, nutrients and aquatic wildlife (3 folders, 1 DVD and 2 CDs)

1782-1783

#02-103 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued support for the Watershed Watch programs (2 folders)

1784

#03-101 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support to promote the adoption of scientifically sound and protective nutrient water quality criteria from lakes and reservoirs

1785

#04-101 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support to promote the adoption of scientifically sound and protective nutrient water quality criteria from lakes and reservoirs

1786-1788

#04-102 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued support for the Watershed Watch programs (3 folders, 2 CDs)

1789

#05-101 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support to promote the adoption of scientifically sound and protective nutrient water quality criteria from rivers and streams

1790

#05-102 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Support for a joint project with Kentucky Waterways Alliance and Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission to educate citizen-based watershed groups in protection water quality in the Ohio River

1791

#06-101 - Kentucky Waterways Alliance: Continued support for the Watershed Watch programs

Box 86

Folder

 

1792

#06-102 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support for a joint project with Kentucky Waterways Alliance and Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission to educate citizen- based watershed groups in protection water quality in the Ohio River

1793

#06-103 - West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Continued support to promote the adoption of scientifically sound and protective nutrient water quality criteria

1794-1795

#07-101 - Big Sandy Resource Conservation and Development Area, Inc.: Support to convert "The Big Sandy: Clean Water Begins with You!" from VHS format to DVD format (2 folders, 1 videotape and 2 DVDs)

Series 4.4. Martins Ferry-Ohio River Program Grants, 1991 to 1998

Martins Ferry, Ohio, is a small Appalachian community located across the Ohio River from Wheeling, West Virginia, and sixty miles downstream from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In 1990, the VEE received $200,000 from a federal fine of the Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation. The fund was used for water quality and aquatic education within a 100-mile area near Martins Ferry.

Folder

 

1796-1797

#91-301 - Martins Ferry City School District: Plan, develop and implement an integrated K-12 educational program on the Ohio River environment (2 folders, 1 videotape)

1798

#92-301 - Martins Ferry City School District: Continued support for an integrated K-12 educational program on the Ohio River environment

1799

#92-302 - Wheeling Jesuit College: Support for the Wheeling Creek Water Quality Assessment project, to identify sources of water pollution in the Wheeling Creek Watershed

1800

#93-301 - Martins Ferry City School District: Continued support for an integrated K-12 educational program on the Ohio River environment

1801

#94-301 - Martins Ferry City School District: Continued support for an integrated K-12 educational program on the Ohio River environment

1802

#94-302 - Wheeling Jesuit College: Continued support for the Wheeling Creek Water Quality Assessment project, to identify sources of water pollution in the Wheeling Creek Watershed

1803

#95-301 - Wheeling Jesuit College: Continued support for the Wheeling Creek Water Quality Assessment project, to identify sources of water pollution in the Wheeling Creek Watershed

1804

#96-301 - Wheeling Jesuit University (formerly Wheeling Jesuit College): Continued support for the Wheeling Creek Water Quality Assessment project, to identify sources of water pollution in the Wheeling Creek Watershed

1805

#98-301 - Wheeling Jesuit University: Support for the restoration of water willow (Justicia americana) in the Upper Ohio River Watershed

1806-1807

#98-302 - Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission: Support to study the Hannibal Pool of the Ohio River for impacts of various wet weather sources of pollution on the water quality (2 folders)

Series 5. Public outreach

Environmental literacy being one of the main missions of the VEE, funding of various public outreach opportunities has allowed the VEE to become an environmental voice for Virginians. Series 5.1 includes polls commissioned by the VEE to survey Virginians' attitudes about the environment. Series 5.2 consists of publications either funded by the VEE or including information relevant to the VEE and Virginia's environmental history. VEE partially funded the Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law, now known as the Virginia Environmental Law Journal, from summer 1980 to spring 1996. And Series 5.3 consists of audiovisual materials, not VEE funded, concerning Virginia's environment.

Series 5.1. Polls

In 1992, the VEE partnered with The Nature Conservancy (see Virginia Program Grant #92-013) and funded a poll to see how much support there was in Virginia for a Parks and Recreation Bond issue. In 1995, the VEE commissioned Dick Morris and, in 1997, Peter D. Hart Research and Public Opinion Strategies to survey Virginian's attitudes about the environment.

Folder

 

1808

Dick Morris

1809-1810

Peter D. Hart Research and Public Opinion Strategies (2 folders, 1 compact videocassette and 2 videotapes)

Series 5.2. Publications.

Folder

 

1811

1980 - Special Report to the Virginia State Water Study Commission on Water Supply Management in the Commonwealth of Virginia

1812-1813

1981 - Virginia's Water Resources: Policy and Management Issues (2 folders)

Box 87

Folder

 

1814

1981 - Community Service as a Sanction Against Corporations, Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 1981, No. 5

1815-1816

1983 - The Freshwater Fishes of Virginia: List and Illustrated Key (2 folders)

1817

1989 - Planning for Tomorrow, A Citizen's Guide for Managing Growth on Virginia's Eastern Shore

1818

1991 - Management of Cumulative Impacts in Virginia: Identifying the Issues and Assessing the Opportunities

1819

1992 - Business Week, 11 May

1820

1992 - Virginia General Assembly Environmental Voting Summary

1821

1993 - Virginia General Assembly Environmental Voting Summary

1822

1999 - Virginia General Assembly Environmental Voting Summary

1823

2000 - Virginia General Assembly Environmental Voting Summary

1824

2000 - Healthy Virginia Communities: Report #2

1825

2003 - The State of the Valley

1826

2003 - Virginia Citizen Water Quality Monitoring Program Methods Manual

1827

2008 - Balancing Industry and the Environment

Virginia Journal of Natural Resources Law

Folder

 

1828

Vol. 1, No. 1 Summer 1980

1829

Vol. 1, No. 2 Winter 1981

1830

Vol. 2, No. 1 Spring 1982

1831

Vol. 2, No. 2 Fall 1982

1832

Vol. 3, No. 1 Spring 1983

1833

Vol. 3, No. 2 Winter 1984

1834

Vol. 4, No. 1 Fall 1984

1835

Vol. 4, No. 2 Spring 1985

1836

Vol. 5, No. 1 Fall 1985

1837

Vol. 5, No. 2 Spring 1986

1838

Vol. 6, No. 1 Fall 1986

1839

Vol. 6, No. 2 Spring 1987

1840

Vol. 7, No. 1 Fall 1987

1841

Vol. 7, No. 2 Spring 1988

1842

Vol. 8, No. 1 Fall 1988

*title changed to Virginia Environmental Law Journal

Folder

 

1843

Vol. 8, No. 2 Spring 1989

1844

Vol. 9, No. 1 Fall 1989

1845

Vol. 9, No. 2 Spring 1990

1846

Vol. 10, No. 1 Fall 1990

Box 88

Folder

 

1847

Vol. 10, No. 2 Spring 1991

1848

Vol. 11, No. 1 Fall 1991

1849

Vol. 11, No. 2 Winter 1991-2

1850

Vol. 11, No. 3 Spring 1992

1851

Vol. 11, No. 4 Summer 1992

1852

Vol. 12, No. 1 Fall 1992

1853

Vol. 12, No. 2 Winter 1993

1854

Vol. 12, No. 3 Spring 1993

1855

Vol. 12, No. 4 Summer 1993

1856

Vol. 13, No. 1 Fall 1993

1857

Vol. 13, No. 2 Winter 1994

1858

Vol. 13, No. 3 Spring 1994

1859

Vol. 13, No. 4 Summer 1994

1860

Vol. 14, No. 1 Fall 1994

1861

Vol. 14, No. 2 Winter 1995

1862

Vol. 14, No. 3 Spring 1995

1863

Vol. 14, No. 4 Summer 1995

1864

Vol. 15, No. 1 Fall 1995

*missing

Vol. 15, No. 2 Winter 1996

1865

Vol. 15, No. 3 Spring 1996

Series 5.3. Audiovisual materials.

Videotapes, Chronological

Folder

 

1866

1989 - "Courts In Transition" - The Report of the Commission on the Future of Virginia's Judicial System

1867

1994 - "Rally Behind the Virginians"

Videotapes, Undated

Folder

 

1868

"An Opportunity To Do It Right: The Future of The Rappahannock River"

1869

"Caring for the Bay" - Virginia Chesapeake Preservation Act

1870

"Managing Tomorrow on Virginia's Eastern Shore" - The Nature Conservancy

Series 6. Oral histories.

The collection includes twenty interview sessions with people involved with the Virginia Environmental Endowment. The project was undertaken by Reynolds Business History Archivist Mary Virginia Currie, Assistant Archivist for Business Collections Laura E. G. Stoner, Assistant Archivist L. Paige Newman, and Vice President for Collections and Sallie and William B. Thalhimer III Senior Archivist E. Lee Shepard. Interviews are transcribed and are available upon request in CD and written formats. * Denotes oral interviews also available on audiocassette.

Boxes 89-91

Folder

*Baliles, Hon. Gerald L., The Miller Center, Charlottesville, Va., 21 April 2010

*Butler, Dixon, Virginia Historical Society, 17 July 2010

Collins, Richard C., Charlottesville, Va., 18 March 2010

*Cummings, William B., Alexandria, Va., 13 October 2009

Dukes, Frank , Charlottesville, Va., 18 March 2010

*Ellerbrock, Michael J., Richmond, Va., 16 July 2010

*Holton, Hon. A. Linwood , Virginia Historical Society, 24 February 2010

*Latour, Robert J. , Virginia Institute of Marine Science, 28 January 2011

*Lewis, Frances A., Richmond, Va., 20 October 2009

*Lipford, Michael, Virginia Historical Society, 16 August 2010

McCarthy, Gerald P., *Virginia Historical Society, 4 September 2009; Virginia Historical Society, 2 October 2009; Virginia Historical Society, 26 October 2009

Middleton, Rick S., Charlottesville, Va., 10 March 2010

Murphy, Hon. W. Tayloe, Virginia Historical Society, 7 May 2010

Paylor, David, Richmond, Va., 20 April 2010

Regn, Ann, Richmond, Va., 26 March 2010

Smith, Robert, Washington, D.C., 3 May 2011 (Transcript only)

Toler, Elizabeth, Virginia Historical Society, 8 December 2009

*Yowell, George, Nashville, TN, 2 September 2010

Container List

Box 1

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Box 2

Folders 40–64

Box 3

Folders 65–92

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Box 5

Folders 138–150

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Folders 151–162

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Folders 163–178

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Box 86

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Box 87

Folders 1814–1846

Box 88

Folders 1847–1870

Box 89–91

Oral histories