American Festival Orchestra and Chorus to support the recording of In Quiet Resting Places by Daniel Gawthrop, a work commissioned by the Foundation.
American Hiking Society to expand the Alternative Break scholarship program to include more universities and partnership opportunities, with a special emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
Anacostia Watershed Society to strengthen community partnerships and gather feedback to develop a robust programming plan for the Environmental Education Center planned for the 11th Street Bridge Park in Washington, D.C.
Earthworks to support “Promoting Federal Reforms to Protect Sacred Sites, Water, and Wild Lands from Mining Pollution.”
Friends of Cedar Mesa to support “The ‘Lands Between’: Conserving America’s Richest Cultural Region Open to Development“
Journey Partners for installation of solar energy system at Kutenda Children’s Home in Masembura, Zimbabwe.
Rural Empowerment Campaign in Action to provide fresh clean running water to Zhombwe primary school in rural Zimbabwe.
Millsaps College for archaeological research at the Kiuic site in Mexico.
National Parks Conservation Association to advance efforts to strengthen collaboration with local Tribes and support Tribal leadership capacity for reaching the overall goal of attaining permanent protections for the area known as the “Lands Between.”
Shenandoah National Park Trust for research and implementation of an invasive species management plan.
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance to support 30×30 & Wilderness Study Areas
The Washington Chorus to accelerate research, development, and growth scaling of an innovative new program with the potential to radically shift not only the Chorus’ and thousands more musicians’ relationship with audiences.
West Virginia Rivers Coalition for year 1 of a 2-year effort to build a campaign for enhanced land and water protection for the southern Monongahela National Forest
WildEarth Guardians to support the Greater Gila National Monument Campaign to secure a 2.7-million-acre national monument designation in the Greater Gila Bioregion that extends from the Blue Range in Arizona to the Black Range in New Mexico